Inspired by Pushkin's 'Eugene Onegin,' this new musical presents a thoroughly modern tale of young artists struggling to find themselves in a world where their bond with each other is often the only refuge from despair. More…
Alex, a gifted but troubled young musician leaves his home in Glory, Indiana along with his twin sister Tanya in pursuit of self, independence, and maybe even a career in New York City. Alex meets the easygoing, charismatic Eugene, his foil in nearly every way. Our title characters forge an unlikely, unshakable friendship and join a determined group of freshly graduated theater kids who set out to launch a web series in the hopes of getting discovered.
See it if If you like theater in works. A predictable ending. Un necessarily long productions.
Don't see it if If you want to see a show that needs reworking or is predictable all the way.
See it if Original musical of quirky theatre kids forging friendships in hopes of making their dreams realise. All on stage appear to share sentiment.
Don't see it if Not to dash dreams, but this is a showcase and expect rough production values from both sides of the page.
See it if you enjoy supporting new up-n-coming shows, small theatre co's, debuting performers. It's a meaningful moving musical, w/tons of potential.
Don't see it if you can't handle 2hrs & 45min w/10min int. Long-winded book & score DEF need major purging, but time flew by. You get caught up & invested.
See it if While there may be people who will enjoy unironically I would recommend it as a good cringe-watch. It's on the edge of so-bad-it's-good.
Don't see it if You dislike art that fails to deal with serious subject matter (mental illness/suicide) in a meaningful way. You dislike melodrama.
See it if you are interested in musicals about young actors breaking into the business. There were a few breakout performers trying very hard.
Don't see it if you like musicals that challenge your imagination. The show was overly long and very predictable. There was little subtext in the dialogue
See it if You are interested In a musical explaining people's lives. The story and the acting was very well done
Don't see it if You like only lighthearted musicals.
See it if you want to see a world premier musical that has some very good elements including a very hard working cast.
Don't see it if you are bothered by an overly long show with some poor staging and a mediocre score.
See it if You are interested in a modern day version of Eugene Onegin. There were some good singers but the acting was uneven.
Don't see it if You are impatient with long, drawn out stories.
See it if See this show you'd like to see up and coming talent in an off-off-Broadway show; the on-stage talent was wonderful!
Don't see it if you're good at seeing what's coming, maybe skip this one...it's fairly predictable.
See it if You enjoy musicals that showcase an incredibly talented cast; their voices are gorgeous and their performances are honest and engaging.
Don't see it if You can't handle a three-hour musical. The show is definitely long, but these actors make it worth it!
See it if A perfect cast fully serves the work of this composer/playwright whose work pierces the heart. A team who deserves a LOT of attention.
Don't see it if You want to see a short production, or if you hope to see a musical which will only fill you with cheer.