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The Wild Party (b-side productions)

From 7 member  reviews
Members say: Great staging, Entertaining, Great writing, Great singing, Absorbing

About the show

B-Side Productions revives Michael John LaChiusa and George C. Wolfe’s Tony-nominated musical about the decadence of 1920s Manhattan, where the gin and jazz flow, and no one is exactly what they seem. More…

Inspired by the scandalous 1928 poem of the same name by Joseph Moncure March, 'The Wild Party' chronicles the reckless relationship between a Vaudeville clown and a chorine that spirals into the depths of despair as the night unfolds. Gaze upon a boozy blowout among New York’s artistic demimonde.

Member Reviews (7)


Great staging, Entertaining, Great writing, Great singing, Absorbing

Great writing, Uneven, Uninspired, Great performances, Straightforward

See it if you've always wanted to see a production of LaChiusa's version of The Wild Party, knowing full well it might not be the greatest production.

Don't see it if you expect high production values or a point of view. It almost felt like there was no particular reason they wanted to tell this story.

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