One Flew Over The Cuckoo S Nest
July 25, 2010 by Post Team
One Flew Over The Cuckoo S Nest, When ET Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest “is an attractive concept for science-fiction geeks music lovers. With work this book could be a Broadway production, the wishes of their program activities openly.
There are three characteristics of the work derives its strength: the script, actors and sound / music. Here is the breakdown: Though the plot is ridiculous, frankly odd, even, the idea of aliens who want a rock star of the ’90s as an ambassador for the first intergalactic flights. It is to the point, although a non-conventional one: ET contact Joan, thinks he has lost his mind, goes to a hospital, contact with aliens again, and the story crescendos.
But here’s the real reason why it offers: the deal. This is a stellar cast, each one could have a song. And, since “When ET Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest ‘is a rock opera, well, all is song. In other words, it would be terrible, with artists who were not up to the challenge. However, Emily Webbe, like Joan, is a professional. Then Randall Holloway, who plays Tracy, steals the scene. No wonder the same thing because when I go to see a rock opera that is the kind of sht Rent ‘guy I want to see. In addition, Washington is impressive Avviane turn as a visitor. ” She is young, still in high school, but she holds her own in this cast of experienced artists.
While other performers experienced difficult times, I am hesitant to judge. There were some sharp comments from the speakers at one point and I could not help thinking that some levels were off. In addition, there were too many times when the band was stronger than the voices. Musicians, check your equipment!
My flesh is a score that looked like a bland amalgam of 90 mainstream rock. I was consuming a lot of music in the 90s, and there was no better material out there. That said, there were times I thought, “That’s better.” So far this Fringe, you can not see a tighter production.
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