New York | Ends Mar 31

Pop-Sical Festival: Festival A

From 3 member reviews
Members say: Entertaining, Clever, Funny, Great acting, Great singing

About the show

"Pop-Sical Festival: Original Pop Culture Musicals" is the inaugural festival focusing on pop-culture fixtures from the past and current topography by four emerging musical theater creators and composers. More…

Festival A includes "The Scarlet Savior" and "The Great Cat Massacre".

In "The Scarlet Savior," Maggie Sullivan, a small town superhero, gets hired by Superheros Inc. to take over as New York City's first female superhero in the wake of the famous Powerfist's murder by New York's villain, The Siren. But life isn't a comic book and Maggie soon learns that the lines between heroes and villains aren't so clearly drawn. 

"The Great Cat Massacre" is a tale about classism, sexism, and what happens when the rich choose to believe alternative facts with eager hysteria. Set in 18th century Paris, this show follows two apprentice printers who convince the neighborhood that their beloved cats are possessed by demons. The resulting slaughter is the worst event of feline history.

“Pop-Sical Festival: Festival A” hasn't been reviewed by any Critics (yet!)

Entertaining, Quirky, Fluffy, Funny, Clever

See it if If you love comic, nerdy humor and exceptional belting.

Don't see it if Don’t see this if you hate fun.

Great singing, Great acting, Entertaining, Ambitious, Absorbing

See it if You like musicals about superheroes and a historical dark comedy musical about cat murders

Don't see it if You want to see to people sitting on a park bench being ‘real’

Funny, Entertaining, Enchanting, Delightful, Clever

See it if you are looking for an engaging, fun evening. The Scarlet Savior has terrific music, laugh-out-loud moments, great message.

Don't see it if No reason not to go! Seriously funny show, with strong female lead and great message.

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$40 - $99