St. Luke's Theater presents this world premiere musical comedy featuring grown-ups as singing and dancing infants. The brainchild of classic sitcom vet Lloyd J. Schwartz ('Gilligan's Island,' 'The Brady Bunch'). More…
Going from the womb to preschool, these babies sing and dance and tell you what they really think. Lloyd J. Schwartz, son of the late Sherwood Schwartz, wrote the lyrics, the book, and directs.
See it if someone pays you to go. The cast gives an admirably earnest effort considering they have nothing whatsoever to work with.
Don't see it if you enjoy substance, quality, charm, or a plot.
See it if you want to be entertained for 85 minutes with an enjoyable musical about various stages of baby's life from in the womb to pre school life.
Don't see it if You're not entertained by adults playing infants in song & dance with all the trials and tribulations at various stages of their young lives
See it if You want to see every racial stereotype played out in babies growing in the womb.
Don't see it if You appreciate good music and storytelling. You are easily offended. You value your time.
See it if you like light wholesome comedy with nice lovely live piano music & easy listening lyric songs. Clever script, direction, & staging.
Don't see it if You do not like children, light music comedy, easy music, simple stage sets or prefer avant-garde sensational themes and staging styles.
See it if you want pleasant night out. It has a quite good story, the actors we saw it with were outstanding.
Don't see it if you want a very well written story. The writer should have given more depth to the story, it was okay, but it had the potential to be great.
See it if You want a good laugh, it was so terrible it was funny. Not in a good way and not trying to be funny.
Don't see it if You want to see a good show.
See it if You have severe insomnia or your favorite sandwich is white bread with butter and sugar
Don't see it if You believe in Einstein's theory of Relativity, where one minute of insipidity feels like one hour
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