Recently Closed: Boy Groove to play at Theater LaBPosted by: Staffon 2004/5/4 19:30:36 2395 reads Boy Groove
By Chris Craddock
Music and Lyrics by Aaron Macri
May 18th – July 10th 2004
Theater LaB presents the U.S. premiere of a Canadian Fringe Hit. A look at the rise and fall of a boy band. From auditions to fame, celebrity romance, drugs, scandal and beyond this musical spoof is a stomachache-funny, bulls-eye satire - from the opening dance. The contemporary music scene is fair game and nothing is left unskewered – manufactured boy bands, record executives, rappers, famous and infamous chart climbers and the pervasive American need for celebrity status...
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From the opening dance number “Boy Groove’s Back” to the madcap brawl at MTV, a hilarious parody ripped from the pages of Rolling Stone, the petulant offspring of Spinal Tap. Forget “wardrobe malfunction” its about to be replaced with “park incident!”
“it’s wild, hot and American Idol-ish, low culture made high art” Edmonton See Magazine
Directed and Cheographed by Linda Phenix
Vocal Direction by Mary Carol Warwick
This comedy is for ADULT audiences only. No one under 18 will be admitted.
Opening and Press night, Tuesday, May 18th at 8pm
Fridays and Saturdays through July 10th at 8pm.
Sundays, June 13th, 20th and 27th at 6:30pm
1706 Alamo (off 2100 Houston Ave)
$23.00 and $25.00
Photo Features (from L to R):Jason Balgec, Aaron Stryk, Doug Thompson, and Quincy Starnes