Already closed | 1h 20m | Gramercy

R.R.R.E.D.

From 76 member  reviews
Members say: Great singing, Funny, Quirky, Disappointing, Entertaining

About the show

In this new musical, a secret redheaded revolutionary organization is taking matters into their own hands, fighting back against their imminent extinction and standing up for the rights of redheads everywhere.

1h 20m | Already closed | DR2 Theatre (Gramercy)

Member Reviews (76)

MEMBERS SAY:

Great singing, Funny, Quirky, Disappointing, Entertaining
65
Avg Score

During previews
100
Clever, Funny, Entertaining

See it if you want a night of "out there" theatre--along the lines of bedbugs the musical and rocky horror! So wacky and hilarious and original!

Don't see it if you're looking for Oklahoma. R.R.R.E.D is truly exciting downtown theatre with incredible talent! It will catch on so grab tickets soon!


August 20th, 2018
"Aggressively mediocre new musical...Andy Sandberg’s directing doesn’t help clarify the incoherent storytelling. The most surprising aspect of the evening is its bilious undertone...At least the very funny Mr. Loehr makes the most of the situation as the overeager, tireless GJ, who has never met ...
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August 24th, 2018
“The musical-theater equivalent of those old Sarah McLachlan commercials...Vacillate between dead seriousness and unfunny camp...There isn't much plot, and what is there is hard to follow...Sullivan's dance steps are rudimentary; the cast members run amok and are in desperate need of pulling back...
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August 20th, 2018
“Spirited, tuneful and fabulously performed but lacking a strong plot...As a full-length musical, it’s a tiresome experience...The book is a meager framework that doesn’t go very far narratively, and strives for hilarity but doesn’t achieve it. Thompson’s songs are an accomplished amalgam of pop,...
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August 21st, 2018
"Broad, campy, musically patchy, and superficially funny...With its cheesy look and single, upstage keyboardist, the show…feels more Off-Off than Off Broadway. The over-sung songs, which run the gamut from pop to rock to gospel, are generic and forgettable. Andy Sandberg's excessively emphatic di...
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