It's kind of amazing that although I owned the Original Broadway cast recording of "A Chorus Line" as soon as it came out (when I was 15), am well acquainted with the script and the story (by James Kirkwood and Joe Dante), and know each number of the score (by Marvin Hamlisch and Edward Kleban) inside and out, I had somehow never managed to see a live production of it.
The world premiere by Lia Romeo at HotCity Theater offers a fresh and funny look at the lives of Ladue high school students and their use - and misuse - of social technology
Wicked turns The Wizard of Oz on its head, reminding us that the labels "good" and "wicked" are not always as cut and dried as they seem to be.
A hilarious look at a young writer's spiritual quest for the perfect personification of his personal Jesus.
Visit my KDHX.org profile at: /play/roy-kasten/
k2 user profile.Â you should not be seeing this.
I'm a co-DJ on Literature for the Halibut.
I grew up listening to KDHX since I can remember.
Sleater-Kinney is my favorite band (I think).