A musical comedy about a woman trying to make it in the startup world. More…
"The Startup Culture" is a parody musical based on the music of "The Pajama Game," set in a modern day startup office. Watch as Babe fights against the powers that be to help get her workers, the Blackbelts, the seltzer and a beer keg they deserve. And is there a romance afoot? You’ll have to come see to find out.
See it if you enjoy musical comedy with corporate theme but less business and more silly/guilty pleasures. The Loft is nice venue for this small show.
Don't see it if you expect big sets, venue, cast. But for the small admission price, this is a great bargain for the show's talents and entertainment value.
See it if If you like shows based on a classic idea. The Pajama Game meets start ups. It uses the original music with different lyrics so good music
Don't see it if Great singing from all cast members, you are offended by not well written lyrics that can be pretty raw. Great idea not too well executed.
See it if you like parody shows, enjoy improv actors and their style of acting (and singing), and want to see a spoof of today's "office" culture.
Don't see it if you're impatient with canned music tracks backing up lyrics from an old musical (sometimes slowly), or are bored by youth-oriented parodies.
See it if you want an impish spoof of PAJAMA GAME (music set to new - and often sexually graphic - lyrics). Earnest actors, lively engagement.
Don't see it if you expect the highest caliber professional polish. This is a workshop-in-waiting - eagerly trying out material. Spoof could be cleverer.
See it if you want to see a light musical comedy on issues of current start up companies. It has potential but needs tightening up & more development.
Don't see it if if you are offended by language and sexual office talk of the past. Also, found it difficult to hear some of the lines/songs by cast.
See it if Less than an hour. Some new talent trying. Pals will enjoy the production.
Don't see it if Very disappointed.No set to speak of, Steps steep. Seems that there is an attempt to have a different production every hour.
See it if You like over-the-top parodies that make fun of the "buzzing" startup culture. You know about "The Pajama Game".
Don't see it if You like an interesting storyline with a clear message, or a refined production. You are uncomfortable with raunchy jokes.
See it if You want to support amateur artists in a strange, over-the-top, occasionally amusing and occasionally embarassing parody.
Don't see it if You want anything polished. It was so slapdash, sloppy, and forced that I genuinely thought I'd misunderstood and was watching improv.
See it if You know someone in the show. About half our audience did. You like 12-year-old boy humor.
Don't see it if You want to see anything intelligent or people with any modicum of talent. This stooped to the lowest level.
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