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Lost Moon Radio presents Million Dollar Hair

comedy · lost moon radio · Ages 15+ · world premiere · United States

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ROBERT BOESEL certified reviewer June 15, 2014
Lost Moon Radio has done it again! This time they take the audience through the life and times of a music producer, touching on several musical trends throughout the decades with their adept and hilarious original songs. You can never go wrong seeing one of their shows, and "Million Dollar Hair" is no exception.... full review
LYLE FRIEDERICHS certified reviewer June 20, 2014
So much fun! Love what these established talents have brought to us this year. Sit in the front row! I had a blast and would recommend this to any of my theater going friends!... full review
BENJAMIN DURHAM certified reviewer June 21, 2014
This show was so brilliantly written and performed that I came and saw it twice! So freaking funny! With Lost Moon Radio shows you always know you're in for a good time, and if think they outdid themselves this year, some of the funniest stuff I've seen them do. Don't miss this show!... full review
PAULINE ADAMEK certified reviewer June 21, 2014
Review by Pauline Adamek. ***This review first appeared on *** The Lost Moon Radio kids have done it again, serving up a screamingly funny, pitch perfect musical parody entitled "Million Dollar Hair." This new and hilarious musical spoof show purportedly celebrates the life and death of fictional music industry icon Bernie Schonfeld. We learn all about the dodgy career of this “legendary” record producer and music mogul as we attend a tribute concert hosted by his meek and somewhat neglected daughter January Schonfeld (Leslie Korein). Stumbling over big words such as “entrepreneurial” and “cacophony,” our sweet narrator haltingly outlines her father’s early life. (He was “the son of Czechoslovakian immigrants.”) ... full review
BROOKE SEGUIN certified reviewer June 23, 2014
LMR is on the hallelujah mountaintop EVERY show. I'd say it keeps getting better, but every show is equal amounts of better. So strategically funny and so many unforgettable characters. Even the "roadies" move mic stands hilariously. Long story short, I would make out with this show behind the bleachers. ... full review
KURT GARDNER certified reviewer June 17, 2014
tagged as: comedy · music · parody · tribute
Winner of “Top of the Fringe” in 2012, the Lost Moon Radio team once again brings its A-game to the Fringe Fest with a show that’s a departure from its usual format — and it’s a scream.... full review