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We Need This Musical To Stop Us From Killing Ourselves

From 32 member  reviews
Members say: Funny, Entertaining, Clever, Quirky, Edgy

About the show

WNTMTSUFKO is an irreverent musical comedy about a frustrated therapist who is strong-armed into creating a musical with two of his suicidal patients, Sarah, a struggling singer, and Mitchell, a failing actor. More…

Nothing seems to go quite right for them, however, and their aspirations for success must take a backseat to their newfound friendship. Part of Soho Playhouse's 2018 Fringe Encore Series.


Member Reviews (32)

MEMBERS SAY:

Funny, Entertaining, Clever, Quirky, Edgy

62
Repetitive, forced, sophomoric, silly, Brave

See it if You want to see a Fringe musical with three sweet actors.

Don't see it if You’re expecting to see any subtlety in the piece.

61
Banal, Cliched, Disappointing, Indulgent, Fluffy

See it if you love musicals—even if they purport to be irreverant (subject matter: suicide! oooh!) but are just traditional musicals w/trite endings.

Don't see it if you: are expecting anything cutting edge; have a low tolerance for banality; don't usually like musicals; know what irreverent really means.


November 30th, 2018
“Totally inventive. A home run for first time musical theater playwrights Lyman and Rosick accompanied by a very lively, Adyn Wood...A not so dark, irreverent dark comedy about a frustrated therapist, Dr. Hansen, who reluctantly agrees to participate in creating a new musical with two desperate p...
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November 30th, 2018
“Fresh and engaging...The writing duo goes head to head with the typically weighty and unaddressed topics of suicide, self-worth, and failure...Their combined experience is what separates this musical from those poking fun at mental health, offering, instead, solidarity and empathy to those who s...
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July 4th, 2018
for a previous production "Delightfully twisted...Even in the darkest recesses of life, there are often opportunities to extract some humor, which is what this show cleverly accomplishes...This all nimbly transpires on a small stage with a few pieces of office furniture. Despite the grim subject matter, the show cleverly ...
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