Happily Ever at the Box: Fairy Tales Spoofed With Music & Comedy
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A rock musical about the devastating toll of mental illness on a contemporary suburban family might seem odd, but Next to Normal became one of Broadway's biggest hits. This riveting show swept up three Tony Awards in 2009 and the Pulitzer Prize for its heartbreaking, humorous and unflinchingly authentic look at a seemingly normal modern family struggling with the effects of bipolar disorder. Each character's journey is further punctuated by powerful music scored by Tom Kitt (American Idiot). Featuring 30 original songs, including "Just Another Day," "You Don't Know" and "Superboy and the Invisible Girl," Next to Normal is, in the words of The New York Times, "much more than a feel-good musical; it is a feel-everything musical." Learn More
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Featured review from Jane Moughon
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Really enjoyed the show. The musicians and singers are all top notch. Funny show, not to be missed. The production and story is very entertaining and includes songs that we all know and love. I'm definitely going back! Take your friends, too.
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First, I'm a sucker for people talented enough to carry an empty stage with original work. This group does that in spades as not only their hearts but their God given talents show through in spades on this show. Top notch singing, an original...continued
About the Ticket Supplier: The Music Box Theater
The Music Box Theater’s mission is to provide audiences with a unique mix of live popular music and original comedy in a relaxed “cabaret style” environment. Well-known Houston performers Rebekah Dahl and Brad Scarborough developed the idea for The Music Box Theater in late 2010 as an alternative to the standard fare of Houston performance venues. The concept is to create a space and production that would feel welcoming for all Houstonians, while offering them a mix of music from across the decades. Once the concept was in place, Dahl and Scarborough teamed with fellow performers Luke Wrobel and Cay Taylor to bring their idea to life. In addition to live music, each show also features original comedy sketches.