[title of show]

village idiom & theatre unleashed · Ages 13+ · United States of America

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“…this production of [title of show] has a decidedly strong professional polish to it. It is exciting, and increasingly rare, to see mic-less actors tightly harmonizing to live accompaniment in such an intimate setting. The ensemble has a very real chemistry and the characters’ close friendships are instantly believable.” – Kevin Delin – Bitter Lemons “They were in it to win it, and the audience gave them a standing ovation. I was infused with so much energy, I practically flew out of my seat with a “Bravo!”” – Fayeruz Regan – Viva Lost Angeles “If you need a little kick in the arse to go tell stories you love, you will just adore [title of show].” – Cindy Marie Jenkins – Bitter Lemons “Played by Heather Lake and Julia Plostnieks respectively, Heidi and Susan’s chemistry delights like chocolate and peanut butter, respectively. These women are funny, SNL funny, playing off each other with wicked precision.” – Slam “Corey Lynn Howe has directed a masterpiece that showcases the extremely talented cast in a show about the process of writing and staging a hit musical…This show inspired me. [title of show] has a very good chance at being named Best of Fringe! This is definitely MUST SEE quality.” – Bob Leggett – L.A. Examiner You’re reading the official blurb, or short summary, of [title of show]. Blurb. That’s a funny word. We spent a lot of time on this blurb so please read the whole blurb. [title of show] is a musical about two nobodies named Hunter and Jeff who decide to write a completely original musical starring themselves and their attractive and talented ladyfriends, Susan and Heidi. Their musical, [title of show], gets into the New York Musical Theatre Festival, and becomes a hit. Then it gets an off-Broadway production at the Vineyard Theatre, and wins three Obie Awards! Then (drumroll if you’ve got a drum) it’s announced that their musical is going to Broadway (hooray!) and people start seeing this blurb everywhere! They read that The New York Times called [title of show]“DELECTABLE ENTERTAINMENT! A postmodern homage to the grand tradition of backstage musicals like Babes in Arms, Kiss Me, Kate and A Chorus Line.” Fully intrigued, those people snatch up tickets and help make Hunter and Jeff’s life-long dream come true!

Production Team

* Fringe Veteran