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Disney's High School Musical!, by
Just as I expected
Friday, March 21, 2008
1.5
I will never get back the time that I put into driving to see this performance. It turned out to be exactly what I thought it would be, a complete waste of money and of my life. I don't fault the cast nor the direction by any means. They did the best they could. I fault the people that wrote this show. It is, by far, the most pathetic script and music I've heard in a long time. I mean, did you see the show description written above? They actually had to give you the entire plot in the description before you go see it. Then, when I arrive, I feel like I've had a prostate exam. I actually walked funny leaving the place and felt disgusted that I wasn't kissed in the end. Why would any teenager want to waste their time doing this kind of fecal matter? It degrades the performer and brings their intelligence into question. I mean, can you do something that actually shows some level of quality? I would rather watch a stage performance of the Teletubbies than to be put through this again or listen to Annie sing "Tomorrow" over and over again for two hours straight. Then, let's not be completely satisfied that it's over, because guess what? HERE COMES DISNEY HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL PART 2!!!! It's going to be just as violating as the first as we watch a bunch of retarded teenagers dance around stage thinking they're going to be famous over this "blockbuster" performance. Oh the humanity....

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by Sophocles, translated by Owen McCafferty
Impulse Repertory Co.
Independent
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by Howard Ashman (words) & Alan Menken (music)
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