Based on a book of poetry by Anna Rabinowitz, this hybrid performance event features a diverse ensemble of 7 performers wielding original music, text, and video to tell the story of a crime in which all humanity is complicit. More…
"Words on the Street" is a mystery. Baby is abducted. The Seven Deadly Sins call a meeting at which they play out their power struggle. Pandemonium reigns in a dystopian world teaming with falsehood.
See it if you enjoy strong operatic voices, unique staging and video projection, wild costumes and hairdos and also have an affinity for poetic 7 sins
Don't see it if you want entertainment to make complete sense. I found a bit hard to follow due to the type of singing and being seated next to the piano.
See it if you want to have an exceptionally weird time.
Don't see it if you dislike experimental scores, non-narrative pieces, or babies trapped in crystal balls.
See it if you would like to hear a collection of dramatized songs from some of the luminaries of new music, with interesting multi-media effects.
Don't see it if you are expecting either a song recital or a play: this piece draws from both forms but is neither.
See it if Really unusual piece set to Anna Rabinowitz poetry about the 7 sins. Lauren Flanigan, Adrian Rosas, Paul An & other trained opera singers.
Don't see it if Each singer portrays a deadly sin, with alluring costumes and makeup. Effective set. Experimental musical theater but fun to watch and hear
See it if You want to see a profound work of poetry brought to life in a clever combination of technology, spoken word, and song—in an abstract way.
Don't see it if The seven sins are represented in allegorical mode in a non linear narrative. Fascinating show. Deeply profound but extremely out there.
See it if You r interested in musical theater,with some really intriguing voices,a combination of multimedia, singing &dancing,definitely a diffferent
Don't see it if You want to see a clear piece, easy to understand, a linear plot. This was quite different set and some parts were quiet confusing