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Nothing Bad: A Werewolf Rock Musical

musicals and operas · theyplayed productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America

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SPENCER FRANKEBERGER certified reviewer June 03, 2017
Tons of fun, don't miss it!... full review
JESSICA JILL TURNER certified reviewer June 03, 2017
Great show! Super fun and campy and then unexpectedly moving. Thank you for a wonderful time.... full review
EMILY DECKER certified reviewer June 04, 2017
It's a fun throwback romp with a message. For me, the throwback romp shone brighter than the more serious parts. Who doesn't love red ribbon "blood"?!... full review
MISTY RIVERA certified reviewer June 10, 2017
Super fun! The songs are still stuck in my head days later! The writing was brilliant. It was a story that really took you on a fun ride across genres. The performers were amazing, and the imaginative set and background was a creative way of really bringing you into the moment while letting the performers really shine through. It was a very fun and sexy show!... full review
NICK RUBANDO certified reviewer June 11, 2017
tagged as: campy · Horror · fun
Many of you may know ERIK BLAIR as the man who went to 50 Fringe shows last year, and wrote reviews for everyone one of them. Well watching all that theatre has paid off, as he has created a truly enjoyable performance drawing on everything that make Fringe Freaking Fantastic! Right off the bat you are ushered into a perfectly pleasant world by the prim and proper LYNDSEY WEGNER, priming you for the interactive musical theatre experience that is to follow. Extremely impressed with the pipes on LEXI EISERMAN and JAKE SAENZ ( "Cris-Cross My heart" is AMAZING ) & moved by RENEE WYLDER as she sang "But I Don't Love Him" Super fun show, I highly recommend checking it out! ... full review
JOSH RITZ certified reviewer June 04, 2017
I came in a skeptic, and left really impressed with what the Director and his cast were able to create. While promoting itself simply as a rock n roll werewolf musical, the show tackles some surprisingly dark, complex subject matter. Though elements of a morality story are present, things aren't so black and white by the end, and I was left unsure of who was really 'right' in the end. The dialogue felt real and natural, and timing between comedic and serious lines worked well. At one point, a the audience laughed when a character gave a funny line and then silenced when he did something appalling moments later. The music was good and catchy, there are a few that stood out in particular and one I'm still humming to myself 3 days laters. The a... full review
JACK STROUD certified reviewer June 03, 2017
A fun musical that,although run 11/2 hours goes by quickly... full review
RUSSELL EATON http://www.myhauntlife.com certified reviewer June 16, 2017
tagged as: musical · werewolves
Taking a campy premise and running with it full-tilt, this was damn fun. A fictional town called Perfection, California, where the political power has repressed every little thing considered bad or deviant. The is a musical comedy but there is a serious edge that takes the piece into a more meaningful and disturbing territory. The camp is always there, but there are some interesting points being made about the misuse of power, as well. ... full review
BOB LEGGETT indie voice blog certified reviewer June 17, 2017
A worthy effort by first time company They Played Productions. Worthy of your time, especially if you like good musical adaptions of horror stories. Check out our full review at Indie Voice Blog.... full review
ZACHARY JOHNSON-DUNLOP certified reviewer June 17, 2017
The show was a rollicking good time. The 50s camp ties the show to a timeless cultural reference point that is a great stepford like setting for the town of Perfection. This "place out of time" aspect mixes well and at times poignantly with very real problems that we are much more aware of today though sadly still somewhat insensitive too. The show is funny and the music memorable.... full review

To Richard!

A world premiere from Hollywood and Edinburgh Fringe award winner Jessica Durdock Moreno. A white lady and a Latino man cross paths in the woods of Connecticut. Chaos ensues. Hilarity abounds. There may be hugging. Discount code HUG for $10 tickets.