Whoopi Goldberg's Provocative Rock Musical White Noise
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The last date listed for White Noise was Sunday May 22, 2011 / 5:00pm.
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Reviews & Ratings
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White Noise was very good and certainly will do well on Broadway when it gets there. That said, it did not blow me away. The story broke no new ground and parts of the plot line were a bit hackneyed. The performances were great though, and made up for any deficiencies in the story. Overall it was a good way to spend an evening, even though the play will keep you uncomfortable throughout and even make it difficult to clap for some of the performers - they are that believable in their roles.
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- “Provocative, shocking and intriguing.” --<em>Times-Picayune</em>
- "[An] inventive, heat-filled, hard-driving score... A cautionary tale that feeds on the evidence."<em> --Chicago Sun-Times</em>
- "Stellar performances... great songs, many of which remain lodged in my skull... top-drawer production values." --<em>Chicago Tribune</em>
- "Incredibly compelling... uncensored, unfiltered and unapologetic." --WGN-TV
White Noise pulls back the curtain at a major record label where a top-selling producer stirs up an explosive cocktail of shock, spin and a splash of controversy to package talented artists into blockbuster stars.
Steadily baited by the lure of mainstream fame and power, two diametrically opposed groups - "White Noise", an irresistible pop band that churns out catchy tunes of hateful, coded rhetoric, and “Bloodbrothas”, the hip-hop-turned-gangsta-rap duo -- each willing to compromise anything for success, collide with consequence at the top of the charts.
Directed and choreographed by by Broadway sensation Sergio Trujillo (The Addams Family, Memphis, Jersey Boys, Next to Normal, Guys and Dolls, All Shook Up) and set in today’s music industry, White Noise is a timely and cautionary tale challenging conventional notions of free speech, media and the power of pop culture.