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(The Making Of) How to Save the World in 90 Minutes

From 2 member  reviews
Members say: Delightful, Inspirational, Experimental, Great original music, Absorbing

About the show

This new work asks: what if all the world’s problems stem from the lack of these three things — awareness, knowledge, and empathy? Featuring Tony Nominee Steven Boyer ("Hand to God"). More…

From the show:

How was the lightbulb invented?

How did human beings learn to fly?

What if I told you that we ALL possess this power?

What happens when ordinary humans gather and set an intention to create something to serve the greater good?

The truth is, though, we are all extraordinary.

Come observe, and participate if you choose, as a group of humans create the frequency of music, words, and a movement to achieve an extraordinary goal: To Save the World.

Member Reviews (2)


Delightful, Inspirational, Experimental, Great original music, Absorbing
Avg Score

Communal, Absorbing, Experimental, Devised theatre, Earnest

See it if You enjoy theatre that attempts to make a community out of a group of strangers. Enjoy devised theatre. Want to hear some great music.

Don't see it if You have a low tolerance for things that are saccharine, though earnestly so. You don't enjoy any amount of audience participation.

Also "A stranger is a person we do not know." -Shawn Randall ... Read more Read less

Inspirational, Heartwarming, Great original music, Enchanting, Delightful

See it if / for much-needed shot of heart in these scary and anxiety-provoking times.

Don't see it if you don't care for material about how hard it is to create a show, with some improvisation.

Also I was sobbing toward the end. Shawn Randall opens your heart and makes... Read more Read less

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