An absurdly funny song and dance antidote to our daily
This world premiere new musical comedy is about five liberal
grad students sharing a house in a conservative college town who, in their
efforts to save the world, invite some neighbors to dinner for a political
Things do not go well.
Starring Tony Nominee Charlotte
d’Amboise (A Chorus Line, Sweet Charity, Chicago, Pippin), Mark Evans (Mrs.
Doubtfire, Waitress, The Play That Went Wrong, Ghost, Wicked), Alex Newell
(Glee, Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, Once on This Island), Pomme Koch (A
Band’s Visit), Megan Kane (A Walk on the Moon), Allan Washington (Once on
This Island, SpongeBob), and Wes Zurick (A Walk on the Moon).
Directed by Tony nominee Sheryl
Kaller (Mothers and Sons, Last Fall) and choreographed by Lorin Latarro
(Into the Woods, Waitress, Mrs. Doubtfire). Written by Jeremy Desmon and
Jeff Thomson based on the SONY film with screenplay by Dan Rosen. Produced
by two-time Tony award winner Howard Kagan (Porgy and Bess, Pippin, On the Town, The Great Comet). Co- produced by Matt Cooper and David Cooper and
It’s a funny thing about politics.
If you aren’t careful, somebody might get killed.
90 Min, No Intermission, At South
Orange Performing Arts Center
South Orange is a 35-minute train
ride from New York City’s Penn Station via the express Midtown Direct Train
on the Morris & Essex line.