The duet in the third act is worth the price of admission alone. The timbre and voice color in the character’s voices worked so well together. Overall, the show is a little longer than most Fringe shows, but it doesn’t feel any longer—in fact, it flies by. The story is a cheesy 50’s musical, and I love all the Velveeta, but what I REALLY love about this show is that the third act really delves into some dark subject matter and often triggers a thought-provoking conversation, which I didn’t expect—but I didn’t mind it. I think it’s humorous and cheesy good fun.
What I didn't like
This is a tech issue which I know will get resolved, but sometimes the music overpowered and drowned out the voices, but this is just a matter of adjusting levels—other than that, I’m not sure what else I would say that I “didn’t like.”
OH, MAJORSPOILERHERE (DO NOTREAD IF YOU DO NOTWANT IT SPOILEDFORYOU): The staging of Luke’s death was low on the ground, and from where I was sitting, I didn’t even get to see it because my view was blocked by someone else’s head. Easily a quick fix to possibly adjust the lighting and upstage it a bit. This may have also been the area I was in.