A blend of classic show-stoppers and deep cuts, from a mix of Broadway up-and-comers and actors whose Sondheim credits date back to the 1970’s.Read More
Author: Stanford Friedman
If it is cliché to say that a show has non-stop laughs, then this show is cliché in the extreme. If it is pat to say that this play lives up to its title, rarely have a talented crew of actors and technicians so seamlessly joined forces to make a ridiculously wrong piece of theater feel so very right.Read More
A quasi bio satire of Eddie Van Halen and David Lee Roth and the rise of their supergroup,Van Halen, in the MTV heyday of the 1980s. The 37 short scenes go fleeting by with so few laughs, so little gravitas and virtually no variance in tone.Read More
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