..this season’s example of what has become a Pandora trademark: a heady cocktail of nostalgic pop culture kitsch overlaid with a modern sensibility — the kind of ironic and self-referential entertainment that was nearly nonexistent before the 1980s.
Keith Waits, Arts-Louisville.com || Psycho Beach Party
…the climax and denoument as bittersweet as the coda is hopeful for the future of those like Stu and Mitch, who feel as patriotic as any other American despite facing persecution of select citizens…did the characters and their story justice from beginning to end.
Todd Zeigler, BroadwayWorld.com || Yank!
The performance is fantastic. This musical is so ambitious and complicated to perform, the top-notch cast makes you forget how hard it must be to sing these musical motifs. At times, four cast members are singing effectively four songs at once.
Melissa Chipman, Insider Louisville || Passion
These three protagonists work together to carry this tough script with strength and understanding, and it is clear that Neill Robertson’s precision and dedication carry over from his well-known acting abilities to his directing.
Jane Mattingly, Arts-Louisville.com || Edith Can Shoot Things & Hit Them
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