Part of FringeNYC: To break up the monotony in Purgatory’s laundromat, souls rival for immediate rapture: in a good, old-fashioned dance-a-thon. Swing and red tape, plus the proverbial deal with a not-so proverbial Devil? All in an eternity's work. More…
Categories: Comedy, Dance / Physical Theatre, National. From Broom Street Theater. Written by Malissa Petterson. Directed by Malissa Petterson. Choreographed by Malissa Petterson.
See it if you like bad acting. Great writing/ideas, terribly done. Only 1 good actress. Difficult to watch. Maybe see if you like scantily clad girls.
Don't see it if you expect real swing dancing or you don't like cursing (it's overdone for no good reason). Seriously, the dancing is bad.
See it if I would not recommend you see this show, but the actress who played the virtues was fun, and the approach to catholic dogma was unique.
Don't see it if you want to see a show which is particularly tight or well acted; if you dislike swearing; or you expect to see lots of dance