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Stella Goes to Hell
a Musical
CATEGORY :
by Ian L. Fuller

COMPANY : Brazen Act Theatre Company
VENUE : 7 Stages [WEBSITE]
ID# 271

SHOWING : June 01, 2001 - June 23, 2001

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Ejected from heaven, too smart for Satan, Stella Cohen takes a wild ride across the universe in Ian L. Fuller's epic garage musical, "Stella Goes to Hell," with music by Chad Yarborough. After receiving her doctorate, Stella perishes while performing a celebration dance. In the afterlife, she gets acquainted with Jesus, the Devil, and Zachary Taylor and proceeds to turn the cosmos inside-out. From Earth, to Hell, to Satan's hidden getaway, planet Harvey Wallbanger, Stella searches for the meaning of life and finds a home. All this to a raucous score featuring banjo, guitar and anvil!


CAST & CREW LIST
Book & Lyrics Ian L. Fuller
Music Chad Yarborough
Director Chad Yarborough
Guitar Chad Yarborough
Mata Hari Aviva
Jesus Ethan M. Ealy
Avery/Ronald Reagan/Albert Skip Huffman
Janey/Nefertiti Rachael Lambert
God/Zachary Taylor Fernando Lee
Stella Cohen Melissa Mason
Scrofticles/Soong Lee Erich Mees
Nick Matthew Myers
Diaretched/Ishtar Amber Nash
Fecalfolius/James Paul Pietschner
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REVIEWS

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Diamond in the Rough
by Quimbert
Wednesday, June 27, 2001
3.0
I gave this show a good notice on the ATML, and I'd certainly hate to see its "legacy" on this site rest at a 1. In retrospect there could've been some amount of cutting done in both acts. At one point toward the end of the first act I kept waiting for the next song to arrive...after all, it is a musical. However, when they came the songs carried the show. Rock musicals are quickly becoming a major area of research for me, and this was not a bad example of one that was locally developed. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
boring
by tjthomas
Saturday, June 23, 2001
1.0
Overlong and pointless. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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