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The Change — Another Teenage Werewolf Musical

a Musical Comedy
CATEGORY : COMEDY MUSICAL
by Travis Sharp and Eric Frampton

COMPANY : Dad's Garage Theatre Company [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Dad's Garage Theater [WEBSITE]
ID# 3701

SHOWING : May 28, 2010 - June 19, 2010

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Adolescence can get hairy, which is exceptionally true for Mikey, a mild-mannered high school student who feels anything but normal. On top of being new to a small town, he's going through that difficult transformation that all teenage boys do: adolescence. But for Mikey, armpit hair and raging hormones are only the beginning of his problems - he's unknowingly inherited the family curse – lycanthropy! Written by Travis Sharp (co-author of the smash hit zombie musical: Song of the Living Dead), this World Premiere musical comedy is not your typical story of teenage transformation. In addition to the landmark struggles of youth, Mikey will have to face dark family secrets and battle his own murderous instincts, all while becoming a werewolf…and singing about it!


CAST & CREW LIST
Composer Eric Frampton
Playwright Travis Sharp
SFX, Gore Chris Brown
Director Sean Daniels
Scenic Design Oz Dillman
Prop Design Melisa Dubois
Costume Design Liz Faughnan
Fight Chorography Stephen Scarborough
Stage Manager Becky Dumpis
Ferris, The Max, Sgt. Milk Chris Blair
Helga, Lil' Nerdy Celina Dean
Bianca, May Danielle Maner
Mikey/Wolf Teen Ed Morgan
Principal Van Helsing Gina Rickicki
Brock, Pete, Kenny Loggins Lake Roberts
Sphere, Dave Spencer G. Stephens
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Over The Top, but Very Funny
by likembrave
Monday, June 14, 2010
4.0
Dad's Garage shows tend to be hit or miss with me. Sometimes I enjoy them and other times I can't wait for them to finish. With 'The Change - Another Teenage Werewolf Musical', I think that they do a good job with the comedy and satire even though at times they push the boundary of tastelessness. Although some of the acting & singing was a bit uneven, overall, the production succeeded in providing a fun night with laughs throughout. The music is stylized 80's pop shtick, and the actors attack the show with energy. Clearly they are having a good time and that feeds into the audience's appreciation and enjoyment. The lighting design was fantastic. The set was minimalistic. The choreography was adequate. The costumes were "eh". The night that I saw the show, I thought that the backing tracks were a bit too loud. Standout performances from Spencer Stephens and Gina Rickicki keep this energetic satire on track. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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