urinetown, the musical

Posted on November 26, 2006. Filed under: randomness, The boy(s), Theatre |

Brian and I went to see Urinetown tonight and it was FANTASTIC!!!

It was so hilarious that I’m still laughing and smiling and I loved the randomness of it all! I always enjoy witty lines and extremely off the wall, randomness in musicals and this one is right up there. It was so fun, but had a real political and social message at its core — with a rebellion and everything.

The cast was stellar, especially the lead narrators!

It’s being put on right now by Georgetown Globe Productions, who always put on high-quality shows. I worked with them as a co-producer on City of Angels, another of my favourites a couple of years ago.

If there are any tickets left, I highly recommend going to see it!


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Hi there “doth”.

Scott Carmichael here, the director of the show.

Thanks for your kind words, and thanks for going through the effort of posting this online. I really think it’s important for community theatre groups to “take a risk” by doing newer works of musical theatre. Nothing wrong with the classics – they’re classics for a reason. However there are so many newer gems out there like Urinetown that should be seen. We have an incredibly talented, dedicated, and hard-working cast and their work deserves to be seen.

Once again, thanks for your words of appreciation and I hope your efforts will allow more people to experience this show.

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