Invisible Wall Productions presents a provocative new musical about a vibrant '70s gay bar in New Orleans' French Quarter. More…
This forgotten community comes to life in all its gritty, glam-rock glory when a young fashion designer from 2017 buys the abandoned space, setting off an exhilarating journey of seduction and self-exploration that spans two generations of queer history. Inspired by one of the most significant yet all-but-ignored attacks against the LGBTQ community, 'The View UpStairs' examines what has been gained and lost in the fight for equality, and how the past can help guide us through an uncertain future.
See it if You're looking for a show that will make you laugh and appreciate what you have.
Don't see it if You're looking for a serious show. The show was designed to be fun and entertaining.
See it if you love great talent and wish to see a story that had to be told The set is super.. Jeremy Pope is a star in the making (from Choir Boys)
Don't see it if you do not want to feel involved in a tale from 1973 New Orleans
See it if a really amazing pop-infused score will help you overlook a little bit of lazy storytelling. (I was bathing in the warm glow of the music.)
Don't see it if you value a play with dramatic drive over luxuriating in the development of a community of characters.
See it if you want an original and brilliantly-conceived musical about relevant social and political themes -- and with a heart as big as New Orleans.
Don't see it if you won't like a compelling story about a little-known (and painful) event in American gay history -- evoked through a great score & actors.
See it if Rock opera with uber-talented cast singing great story of 1970's New Orleans gay community and challenges across decades to present day.
Don't see it if You only like Broadway shows with straight themes.
See it if You love theater that is intimate, interactive, and entertains you while provoking important topics/conversations.
Don't see it if You are trying to avoid the honest truth and/or don't support the LGBT+ community.
See it if You're a fan of social commentary/culture clash musicals, diverse casts, and intimate shows.
Don't see it if You'd prefer shows with an intermission or with less social commentary.