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Singin' in the ER

From 17 member  reviews
Members say: Excruciating, Funny, Entertaining, Quirky, Insipid

About the show

Ruby Lynn Reyner directs and appears in her musical satire, "Singin' in the ER," a bad trip to the hospital that's performed in Playhouse of the Ridiculous style.  More…

From the show:

The piece is inspired by ordeals in a New York City hospital suffered by the author and her husband. Now she believes that the only way to deal with such life changing experiences is through unrestrained, exorbitant laughter. The score includes the song, "Biggest Balls in Town," written by Reyner and Jackie Curtiss. Ms. Reyner was a star of Vaccarro's Playhouse of the Ridiculous, appearing in "Conquest of the Universe," "Heaven Grand In Amber Orbit" and "Trilby in La Bohemia" (Drama Desk Award for Acting), among others and starting her well-known band, Ruby and the Rednecks, with musicians she worked with in the Playhouse.

Member Reviews (17)


Excruciating, Funny, Entertaining, Quirky, Insipid

Raunchy, Excruciating, Funny, Disappointing, Cliched

See it if If you appreciate very amateurish hard working folks doing their best but lacking in talent.

Don't see it if You have no patience for unprofessional untalented work, however well meaning it is.

Excruciating, Dated, Cliched

See it if you like adolescent potty humor « performed » by folks who should not be seen on the professional stage

Don't see it if you don’t have an hour to waste, one that you will never get back

Great acting

See it if If you appreciate excellent vocal and accent work. Mila Levine, as the hospice nurse, Doomskaya, has great vocal color and comic timing

Don't see it if If you don't like farce, it's not for you.

Also This is an auspicious debut for Levine. She has great chemistry with t... Read more Read less

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