Two-Man Musical Thrill Me Tackles Leopold & Loeb
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When Tony-nominated playwright Ken Ludwig (Lend Me a Tenor, Moon Over Buffalo, Crazy for You) was looking for the setting of his next comedy, he had an epiphany playing golf. Everything about the game seemed perfect for roasting: the silly outfits, the stuffy country club rules, and the temper tantrums that erupt when a tiny ball doesn't roll into a tiny hole. Ludwig's new play The Fox on the Fairway captures all the absurdities of golf and those that play it. When the heads of two competing country clubs engage in a wager, hijinks are quickly "teed off." A tribute to the English farces of the '30s and '40s, The Fox on the Fairway moves with the speed of a Marx Brothers' classic, complete with rapid-fire dialogue, mistaken identities, slamming doors and over-the-top shenanigans. Learn More
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Featured review from Bob Young
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A wonderfully constructed show. I expected to be repulsed, but there is a warmth and charm that overwhelms throughout the production.
The show is enhanced by two amazing performer/singers showing some excellent direction and a musical director off-stage whose fingers never stop and never stray.
A wonderful evening n the theater!
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I was curious to see how they could write a musical about the thrill killers. They did and it was a super-sensational, mega-magnificent, terrifyingly-thrilling work of art. This was one of the best pieces of theater I have ever seen.
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“So many chilling moments you’ll wish for an intermission so you can catch your breath … masterfully menacing performances.” -Sun-Sentinel
“Congratulations go out to co-producer and director Skye Whitcomb for creating a nearly flawless night of theatre. From the costumes to the lighting and everything in between, this show works.” -EDGE Fort Lauderdale
“Fearless direction from Skye Whitcomb and a pair of wildly contrasting but deeply engaged performances from Mike Westrich and Conor Walton translate Dolginoff’s coffin-black vision with demented urgency … this is the sort of show that will haunt your dreams.” -Florida Theater On Stage
“Thrill Me is a disturbing show about disturbing subject matter, but in the hands of Westrich, Walton, Whitcomb and the Outre team, it’s also a powerful piece of musical theater that sheds light on a heinous crime that should not be forgotten.” -South Florida Gay News