Fear Festival - Seven Short Plays That Face Our Fears from 13th Street Rep
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Grey Street, billed as a "RockOPERical," is a unique, psychedelic musical and rock opera. This story within a story recounts the tale of William Grey, a Princeton Greek mythology professor whose wife is pushing him to become tenured, though he'd rather be an author. Torn between his responsibilities and his passions, and between his wife and his muse, a musical extravaganza ensues as Professor Grey embarks on a philosophical journey during which he ponders the meaning of money and the choices we make in life. Learn More
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I liked it. It was funny,quirky,a little dramatic and a little strange. The stories were well acted and well told. All in all I thought it was entertaining and a nice break from the mid-town, over the top productions. Mininmal props - just real...continued
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