Shubop-Dubay-Had: The No Matter Watt PreQuel

Cabaret & Variety · gordon stephen matheson jr · Ages 16+ · United States of America

world premiere
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NIKKO CEDE uncertified reviewer June 04, 2023
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CALVIN DUKE uncertified reviewer March 13, 2023
This message was profound and important. The audience's applause and laughter indicate a successful performance.... full review
ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer March 12, 2023
An interesting yet bitter-sweet and hard-to-understand (at times) show. The beginning is dragging for a long, however, the story is catching and even funny! Especially the seven <a href="">gemini worst traits</a> the author mentioned were an interesting addition to this show.... full review
TRYDY BOLT uncertified reviewer March 08, 2023
Very impressive! I like your project in overrall.... full review
ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer March 07, 2023
I'm always impressed with the games these days.... full review
BONNIE HE certified reviewer July 03, 2022
SO CUTE AND HEARTFELT!... full review
LARRY DAVIDSON certified reviewer June 21, 2022
This was a beautiful and engaging show. Gordon uses music, dance and storytelling to deal with the topic of addiction and recovery. Yet, it is uplifting, with the postive messages of hope, self love and redemption. The performers were lively and the music positive and upbeat. Gordon show is a plea to spread more love and understanding, delivered in an entertaining way. Great show... full review
MICHAEL GORDON SHAPIRO encore judge certified reviewer June 18, 2022
I enjoyed it! I left confused, but the catchy songlets, positive energy, and indefatigable sincerity won me over. To the newcomer I say: don't worry if you haven't seen the original No Matter Watt. It won't hurt if you haven't, and it won't help if you have. Shubop feels like a topical revue, perhaps in the spirit of Hair. It's structured like an AA meeting, full of direct-to-audience confessions, fragments of personal journeys, chanted mantras, random hugs, and gobs of mutual support. Don't look for a coherent story, but there's definitely something appealing about this rough-hewn piece.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 17, 2022
Unique and engaging!! Just a really fun time, so thoughtfully done! ... full review