A five-act phantasmagoria written and conceived by Taylor Mac and directed with finesse by Shira Milikowsky, “The Lily’s Revenge’’ blends satire, music, dance, verse, film, fable, and vaudevillian hijinks into a tale of an intrepid, pure-hearted flower named Lily (Mac), battling the forces of history, culture, and social convention in its bid to marry a human. If Busby Berkeley had dropped acid while watching “Pee-wee’s Playhouse,’’ the result might have been “The Lily’s Revenge.’’
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