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[Title of Show]

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As their submission to the 2004 New York Musical Theatre Festival, songwriter Jeff Bowen and librettist Hunter Bell decided to, as Bowen puts it in the song "An Original Musical," "write a musical about two guys writing a musical about two guys writing a musical." Naturally, when it came to "Filling Out the Form" (another song), in the

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[Title of Show] 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
the music is amazing! i really like that the orchestrations are mostly piano. it makes the show more practical. every song keeps your attention. i really want to see this show.
Erilac_Selbit More than 1 year ago
The show itself is about two guys writing an original musical about two guys writing a musical about two guys writing a musical. I am really glad I bought this cd after hearing a short clip on the NPR. The music is great; a piano and wonderful harmonies from the cast. I really enjoy singing along to it and did I mention I love the harmonies. I also enjoy the humor and reality/realism of the show because it is autobiographical of the creators which makes it original and plausible that maybe one day I could write a musical and have it make it on Broadway. I am in love with all of the songs some favorites being "Die, Vampire, Die", "Two Nobodies in New York","Nine People's Favorite Thing" and "Secondary Characters" but I would really list the whole cd if I could. So, I just recommend just breaking down and buying the cd, instead of only some songs that sound appealing on itunes.
imajeepguyNY More than 1 year ago
While entertaining, this show isn't quite as postmodern as it claims to be. The "high concept" of a show within a show within a show, seem too forced. It reminded me of the high school kids who know they're smart and go about trying to prove it. Many of the songs feel like cheap Avenue Q ripoffs. That being said, I did enjoy the honesty about it. The performers were sweet and likeable. Many of the songs are wacky enough to be memorable. I especially liked "Die Vampire Die". I anticipate that this show will become a cult favorite and many community groups will butcher this music for years to come.
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