A riotously gleeful romp through time and space written and performed by a talented troupe that clearly understands musical structure and genre. From Kat Primeau’s hauntingly beautiful first note as the titular Timeheart they capture the tone of old school sci-fi perfectly. The sheer joy of Chris Bramante’s delightfully awkward and hopeful Bruce Greenstreet is infectious. Molly Dworsky sings some gorgeous numbers as Melody McMoon and has a sweet and tart chemistry with Greenstreet. The entire cast is top notch and clearly game for anything.
Timeheart is unabashedly silly and unexpectedly touching while hitting every trope a sci-fi fan could hope for. A genre love letter imprinted on silly putty and stretched to glorious proportions.