This rock musical puts a modern spin on the myth of the ancient sirens, who lured sailors to their deaths. Here, the turbulent sea is the music industry, and the siren is Skylar Cole, a seductive indie singer in NYC. More…
Skylar’s biggest fan is Remy Morgan, a young aspiring rock star. Although the two form an immediate bond, their attempts at connection are thwarted by Skylar’s hungry fans known as the Vultures, her possessive personal assistant, her suspicious boyfriend, and her own sordid past. Soon, Remy finds herself drawn into a world of drugs, lust, and empty promises. Will Remy find success? Or will she fall prey to Skylar’s siren song forever?
"I found the peripheral characters were more interestingly drawn than the core...Some of the singing was pitchy at times, though for Skylar's character, that seemed appropriate because she had that oh-well-don't-care punk rock vibe that made her so alluring in the first place...You do need some suspension of disbelief when characters reveal years-old deep dark secrets that anyone would find with a simple Google search. The dancing is exquisite." Full Review
See it if You like great singing and rock operas. Rori Nogee is a tremendous talent as writer, and music was great. Highly recommended.
Don't see it if You don't like small theater. This show filled the stage though.
See it if you're patient to watch a lengthy work-in-progress with nuggets of terrific harmonies and voice (kudos, Chris Gleim!) and a poignant story.
Don't see it if you're expecting a polished production--set transitions choppy and mikes glitchy--or are indifferent to flawed star/adoring fan dynamic.
See it if Rent-styled musical with strong female central leads. Darker side of celebrity fandom. Solid soundtrack! Logan character exceptional.
Don't see it if You aren't interested in seeing shows in progress - it's uneven and too long.
See it if It's RENT meets Rock of Ages meets Single White Female. Solid music and performances in this still developing show. Google the backstory.
Don't see it if You need to see a fully polished show. You don't like pop/rock music in a show. You hated RENT.
See it if you like rock musicals, you like shows that take you on an emotional roller coaster, you want to see terrific acting and singing.
Don't see it if you're looking for something light-hearted with a feel-good ending, you prefer a more traditional musical score.
See it if You love shows like Jonathon Larson wrote, want to see girls rock it out, and enjoy intense drama between all characters...
Don't see it if You don't like rock musicals, are sensitive to drug use onstage or girls kissing...
See it if You like original catchy songs with a super witty, sexy theme... excellent job by the writer for creating such large and daring work
Don't see it if you don't like the musical styles of Rock of Ages or Rent
See it if You want to think about a show long after it's over. You want performances that will rip your heart out. You like rock and nonconformity.
Don't see it if You only like Rodgers & Hammerstein fluff or only want fully polished Broadway shows. This is an edgy, indie show.
See it if you enjoy a musical that looks at all the pitfalls of fame while exploring what it means to chase dreams in an amazing new musical!
Don't see it if You don't like the musical Rent.
See it if You like romantic musicals this is a must see. The songs are amazing and the actors were phenomenal. Really Loved the entire show
Don't see it if You dont like musicals..
See it if You like to be engaged emotionally, visually and sonically. Great original music, lyrics and dancing
Don't see it if You can't handle strong emotions and want light-hearted fluff or bubblegum music
See it if I enjoyed the show immensely and related to it even though the story was not my story - there is a universal theme thst emenates from it.
Don't see it if Don't like edgy shows that touch on negative emotions when people are controlled by those emotions and run the risk of losing themselves.
See it if You like seeing new musicals as they're being developed, and hearing new, contemporary sounding musical theatre scores.
Don't see it if You voted for Trump (you won't get it, just like you don't get a lot of things) 😉
See it if you're ok with sitting through a 3 hour long production, plot cliches, and almost every song sounding the same. Definitely has a Rent vibe.
Don't see it if you want to see a finalized product or want to see an innovative story.
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