Will Lewis and Clark survive their journey and become American heroes, or will it all just be a waste of time? The creators of this comic musical actually have no idea. It was very poorly researched. More…
"Great Frontier" is a musical farce about Lewis and Clark, two pathetic townies who have never done anything remarkable with their lives. But everything changes when President Jefferson sends them out west!
See it if You like a silly show. If you do not care if a show is professionally done or not.
Don't see it if If your looking for a serious show. One more professional. If you really want to learn something about L&C.
See it if you enjoy comedy that takes a historical tale and characters and updates it with current references to bring about 90 minutes of zaniness.
Don't see it if you are expecting perfection: this is a small budget production with bare, repetitive music, one voice overly loud and one hard to hear.
See it if you enjoy camp, lite fare, silly humor. Title says it all. It takes "interesting" liberties that sometimes pay off, other times fall flat.
Don't see it if you don't like playful, corny shows. It's not a big production, doesn't take itself seriously (at all), & DEF isn't historically accurate.
See it if You like historical comedy, with few very good songs, young but ambitious cast, great pianist, small, intimate theater
Don't see it if You offended easily about referrrals about major historic figures, racism, bare bone staging, foul language. This is a small production
See it if Want a good show for a good price. It’s legitamately funny. Some of actors are exceptional particularly Guzman and Cotto.
Don't see it if Mind that the songs arnt really good and the voices often don’t sound good. Don’t like farces or honestly ridiculous narratives.
See it if You like to see promising talent and a fun show. Songs were clever and the piano was perfectly paced. The Pit Loft was a fine venue.
Don't see it if You want a big show.
See it if You want to be entertained. The amateur style of performing makes it raw & refreshing. Although the singing was..., we have some good laughs
Don't see it if You want to be overwhelmed by grand production...
See it if you want to see an enthusiastic, energized cast giving it their all in a zany rendition of "history" with obvious liberties taken.
Don't see it if you're expecting something profound and well-staged as opposed to this campy, sometimes clever, sometimes flat low-budget production.
See it if You're looking for an adventure. I liked the dynamics and the songs were great.
Don't see it if You dont like historical pieces. Even though it's very loosely based on real events.
See it if Emtertainig if you suspend any reality of history. Thomas Jefferson as dumb. You must be kidding
Don't see it if If you want to learn anything about the real L&C
See it if I hate to scorch a show, but I can't think of a reason to see this. However, some people were laughing, so I guess some people liked it.
Don't see it if Again, I feel bad, but unless you like poorly written, poorly sung camp with performances uneven at best, don't see this show.
See it if you want an improv-inspired historical spoof that's sometimes funny, sometimes not-so-much... and often just LOUD! A few truly funny folks.
Don't see it if you want historical accuracy (Ha!) or fancy sets or not want to hear excessive yelling (by one character in particular). :(
See it if You like silly, corny shows that have a few clever moments.
Don't see it if you don't like campy comedy or you're expecting a historically factual, epic show with great costumes and a great story.
See it if you like comedic, playful musicals and/or shows that lightheartedly touch on serious subjects.
Don't see it if you want to see a dramatic musical or an accurate retelling of the story of Lewis and Clark.