This fast-paced new musical employs a contemporary Pop/Rock/Folk score to tell the story of three Amish girls who come an amusement park on the first day of their Rumspringa. More…
It's the hottest day of the year at Lucky Land Amusement Park in Lancaster County, PA. Abigail, Sarah, and Moira arrive at the park for their very first day of Rumspringa, the year in an Amish teenager's life when they are given the opportunity to explore the "English" world. In their one day at Lucky Land, each girl has a life-changing adventure that will alter the way she thinks about her upbringing - and herself - forever. And when Abigail falls for Shane, a troubled but kind-hearted teen from Florida, she must make the ultimate decision: return to the safety of the Amish world or leave her family behind in favor of a life she's never known and a feeling she never expected.
See it if U want to forget everything negative & see a musical that will bring you to a happier place feeling good long after U leave the theater!
Don't see it if If U don't have the open mind & wisdom of a real theater fan to take a chance on a smaller budget work & new talent! U are missing out! Go!
See it if You enjoy Kerrigan & Lowedermilk or other contemporary theatre composers. Enjoy shows with strong female leads.
Don't see it if You dislike RomComs. Though even if you don't, this one might win you over. Don't want to see certain teen RomCom tropes.
See it if you like small stage productions that pack a lot in! Some talented young actors, and wonderful music! Nothing profound, but enjoyable.
Don't see it if you don't like a basically simple production that does not break new writing ground.
See it if you like to support new musicals & new artists. It's definitely a work in progress & needs refining. Some cute moments & decent music though
Don't see it if you prefer more polished musicals and a stronger plot. This is definitely a fun evening, but it's a very uneven show overall.
See it if you want to see some great young performers, who are all trying hard, and support the first draft of a show.
Don't see it if you don't want to see a very slight show, that really needed a second draft; you don't want to pay so much for amateur theatre.
See it if You like seeing something in a first draft and participating in the development of raw material.
Don't see it if You don't want to be charged an insane amount to see a first draft by beginners. The book and lyrics are unfortunately very bad.
See it if You are interested in seeing what a young company can do with a few props, good costumes, an interesting story and some likable songs.
Don't see it if You are seriously interested in knowing more about the Amish, or want to see a large scale production.
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