F#%ked Up Everything

Last week, I happened to be on www.usedyorkcity.com.  Jess had a post about a new off Broadway show called F#%ked Up Everything, and it included a giveaway for 2 tickets.  I figured "sure, why not??" and did what was needed to be eligible for the tickets.

Imagine my surprise, when I get an email saying I won!  A few emails later, I had 2 tickets waiting for me for last nights 8pm show.  I did not know what to expect, apart from the review Jess posted, and did not want to look up the full story before hand, wanting a fresh experience.

We found the theater with no problem, we had to go into Times Scare, which is a year round haunted house, but once you go up the steps there is a sign to the right for the theater.  There is a small bar right before the theater, and the theater itself is small and intimate.

I liked it a lot.  It was hipster, but they were not afraid to make fun of themselves, which made it funny.  All of the actors were very believable. My husband and I had a very nice night out.

 About the show, from their website:
F#%KING UP EVERYTHING is a rock musical comedy with bongs, thongs and indie rock songs. It's also an old-fashioned boy-meets-girl love story. When these Brooklyn hipsters aren’t true to who they are, they ruin everything. Especially children’s puppeteer Christian Schwartzelberg when he meets singer-songwriter Juliana, the girl of his dreams.
Featuring a sexy, young cast of Broadway's rising stars including Max Crumm (Grease), Jason Gotay (Bring It On), George Salazar (Godspell), and Dawn Cantwell (NYMF's Next Broadway Sensation), a score that rocks the house, and an award winning book by David Eric Davis and Sam Forman, F#%KING UP EVERYTHING will keep you on the edge of your seat and leave you with a heart on for days on end. Get into it, before everyone else does.

The new rock musical F#%king Up Everything, starring Max Crumm and Katherine Cozumel, opened at off-Broadway's Elektra Theatre on March 24. The musical is directed and choreographed by Jen Wineman, and the music and lyricsare by David Eric Davis and the book is by Davis and Sam Forman.

1 comment:

  1. Yay! So glad you guys had a great time! Love a fun night out at the theater!:-)