musicals and operas · #wtfit productions · Ages 16+ · family friendly · flashing lights · includes nudity · world premiere · United States

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DENISE KOYAMA certified reviewer June 22, 2014
From beginning to end, Rock and Roll's Greatest Lovers was thoroughly entertaining and riveting. Music, performances, art direction…everything worked so well and made this production and it's beautiful message of love both memorable and thought provoking. Anzu Lawson was absolutely Yoko Ono and beyond. Her voice, in all aspects, shines through and made for an evening that was at once funny, heart breaking and full of love. I am very glad to have seen it and hope it expands to more performances. I would recommend this play to everyone. Thank you.... full review
MILES WATKINS certified reviewer June 22, 2014
This is a spectacular production -- with Broadway calibre music, lyrics, singing, and story! I feel privileged to have seen it here -- in its earliest incarnation -- because this musical is no doubt destined for larger and larger audiences. High quality work all around! ... full review
MICHAEL SHAW FISHER certified reviewer June 22, 2014
Anzu = Yoko. Nuff said. She was totally mesmorizing in her role. I could not take my eyes off her - everything from her speaking voice to her expressions, I thought Anzu WAS Yoko. Now, let's talk about her singing voice...on fact the whole cast, dear LORD can they SING! Everyone I was with agreed Anzu was a total rockstar (the gentleman playing John Lennon was also a total powerhouse) but more importantly the whole team delivered on a level of conviction that sold the story they came to tell. As for Anzu's writing, it's sort of unbelievable that this is her FIRST musical, though she has written countless songs, and it just goes to show that some people just HAVE it. The style of rock 'n roll she delivered, did not pander to either the Beatle... full review
PHYL SPIVA certified reviewer June 22, 2014
Anzu Lawson is so amazing I can't even put my thoughts into words. She is beautiful, can write, can sing, can act. Omg. What a talent she is!!! The production was incredible. The words and music are heart rending and moving in every way. The story was well told even in its abbreviated form. Anzu's voice was moving and clear as a bell. The actor who played Lennon was great. The other actors performed admirably in voice and motion. I was completely taken into the story, by the words, by the staging. I can easily imagine this going to broadway and Half a Moon becoming a huge hit. Congrats to Anzu Lawson and the director and the cast in every way!!! Phyllis ... full review