Two-Man Musical Thrill Me Tackles Leopold & Loeb
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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.
Quotes & Highlights
“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