Part of the New York Musical Theatre Festival, this new musical comedy tells the story of three powerful theater critics who have taken countless shows off the stage, and must now put one on, in a strange twist of fate. More…
The theatre critics for the NY Times, the NY Post and the Herald Tribune must race against the clock to produce their own show. Desperately, they enlist the help of a struggling Broadway writer, Nathan Wood. Nathan has had a string of critically-panned flops and needs a comeback. Can the critics pull through despite their overly critical natures? Can cooperation, harmony, and perhaps even love exist between an artist and a critic?
See it if You enjoy singing rather than screaming, lyrics that are clever and decipherable, a kind a jaunty, zany show that Comden & Green did.
Don't see it if You don't like to engage your brain and if you are one of those annoying twits who is constantly checking email. If you're next to me-death
See it if You know enough about the theatre industry to be entertained by caricatures of theatre critics.
Don't see it if The names "Ben Brantley" and "Michael Riedel" don't mean anything to you.
See it if If you enjoy the golden age style of musical, this is a must-see! From the music, acting and set, it's classic like Broadway used to be!
Don't see it if If you don't enjoy beautiful music and laughter, then don't see this show.
See it if you want to have a great time, laugh a lot, see a clever, original premise and hear a melodic, catchy score that won't leave your head!
Don't see it if you're only looking for cutting-edge, contemporary theater.