It's an incredible production. The dancing is great, the costumes spare no expense, the compositions are whimsical. Today, one number in the revue portion focused on a nerdy basketball player who, with a little help from some rainbow clad ladies, gets his team in shape to win the cheerleader, beating out the competitor "cool" kids. This was all done by way of melodic reference to "Love Shack" as well as La Marseillaise. In another number, the fourth movement from Dvorak's New World Symphony was sung almost in it's entirety (I have no idea what the lyrics were), another was Mozart, another referenced Tchaikovsky. Another was almost completely "It's a Wonder World," but not quite. Everything is almost some other song, compiled in a creative repackaging and reinterpretation.
It's so dazzling. It's so mystifying and intriguing. And it's in my backyard, a new production every month. An incredible phenomenon. Lucky to have found it and to have the friends to show me how to get in to a show.
|With an audience of almost entirely women, the bathroom planning needs to be well-engineered;|
in the above diagram, one can see the flow of traffic by the arrows through the many stalls
The theme of the revue portion of the show, top of act two