Let My People Come: A Sexual Musical at Stage 773
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The last date listed for Let My People Come was Saturday December 31, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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Set in a Mad Men-like '60s world and written by the Tony-winning composer of Guys and Dolls, this hilarious musical satire of corporate life follows young window-washer J. Pierrepont Finch. He tries to make it big in the business world by following the morally questionable instructions of a "how-to succeed" manual that he always keeps in his pocket for reference. Using the book, he plans each boldly audacious step of his meteoric rise from the mailroom to the boardroom of the World Wide Wicket Company in New York City. A recent hit revival on Broadway, produced here by Porchlight Music Theatre, the show is packed with catchy favorites such as "I Believe in You," "Been a Long Day," and "Brotherhood of Man." Learn More
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I went to the show with three friends, all of us involved heavily in theatre. We all agreed that we enjoyed the show, but also had a few things that we all had qualms with:
The nudity: I almost felt that the show cheats the audience--anyone who does any research knows that the original production had *lots* of nudity in it. And the show was meant to push boundaries of what the audience would find comfortable in 1974--so, in 2011, why does this production have three of the dozen or so actors actually disrobing fully, and only in the last 45 seconds? If you're going to do Let My People Come, DO it. Your audience is mature enough to handle it. If the actors can't, maybe they shouldn't have been cast.
Sound quality--only one singer in the entire show ever had a mic, and only for one song. When she had it, the speaker was turned up so loudly that I couldn't bear to listen to it--I'm sure she did a great job, but I couldn't tell over my ears ringing. Over all, the lack of any kind of area mics made hearing the lyrics (which, when heard, are really funny) pretty difficult.
The show is a review--meaning, there is no cohesive plot to follow. Personally, it's hard for me to stay focused for an hour and fifteen minutes when it's just songs--this isn't anything against the production, if that's what it is that's what it is, but I hadn't realized that before I went in to the show.
I did enjoy the show--but it was far from perfect. I guess my biggest frustration was simply that there were a couple of obvious things that I think could have improved it.
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Fantastic singing, excellent dancing - and a very well-done production. Not for the faint of heart, this is an adult performance for sure that takes an honest, raw look at our human sexuality. HIGHLY recommended for the open-minded!
This production features nudity and sexual situations. It is not recommended for children.
Performances begin on time. The house manager will seat latecomers at a time and location that will minimize distraction for other patrons.
Smoking is not permitted in any public area of Stage 773.
The use of cameras or recording devices is strictly prohibited.
Wheelchair-access and other special access is readily available; the house manager will provide information and assistance.