Musical Comedy "Spaced Out"

A fame-seeking former reality TV contestant and a socially deficient cameraman are sent to uncover the secrets of the Beacon, an alien-worshipping cult led by a madman with three wives who believes the aliens are returning to save him and his followers. But we learn something they don't know: our planet lies on the brink of world domination by a surprisingly snarky alien race.

In an age when social network updates and a never-ending slew of viral crap-o-tainment have replaced real, face-to-face human interaction we ask: Has the time come for our surrender?

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Willamette Week Review

"The characters are engaging; the dialogue is witty and fast-paced, and the music is technically accomplished, employing leitmotif and counterpoint. At its best, [the show] recalls the energetic camp of early Stephen Sondheim—think Saturday Night or A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. At this point all it needs is a little spit and polish."  Read the full review online.

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