Sin, A Pop Opera

musicals and operas · -- · Ages 21+ · United States of America

world premiere
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ROB STEVENS certified reviewer June 14, 2015
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KURT GARDNER certified reviewer June 16, 2015
tagged as: musical · rock · camp · devil · soul
Finally, Sin takes itself far too seriously given the material. Aside from a couple of genre spoofs and Yasmin’s slithering succubus, Claus gives it all an unnecessarily ponderous reverence. A lot more humor and campiness would’ve been most welcome.... full review
DANIEL JOHNSON certified reviewer June 15, 2015
In Scott Claus’ pop opera “Sin,” Satan is up to the old tricks, manipulating down-on-their-luck shmoes into giving up their soul - which they come to quickly regret. The specific shmoe in this case is Devlin (Christopher Robert Smith) who can only get his soul back if he can convince good, sweet Faith (Sarah Kennedy) to give hers up. This becomes increasingly harder when he starts to fall in love with Faith. It’s a standard tale, albeit with one unique twist: Satan is a woman named Santana (played solidly by Saudia Yasmein). Unfortunately, the show does not take full advantage of this fresh twist... Please read the rest of the review at <a href="">Cines... full review