Murder Ballad: Steamy Rock Musical Moves to Union Square Theatre
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OY! is a collection of eight 10-minute comedies, each illustrating the meaning of a Yiddish word -- with story lines including the untold stories of Eve and Adam, Einstein's demanding mother, the divorce trial of God and the human, the use of unkosher food as an aphrodisiac, and three men in a sauna who communicate using only the word "oy." Appealing to audiences of all faiths and all backgrounds, OY! is a tribute to the absurdity and comedy of the condition universal to everyone: that of being human. Learn More
If you don't want to be called on to be part of the show, sit in the section closest to the entrance. Very back seats are excellent b/c it is elevated and you get a full view of the stage. They also have a concession stand with popcorn and drinks at very reasonable costs that you can eat during the show.La Soiree info • Apr 02 2014 star this tip starred
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Energetic, great music, and story that we can all relate to in some aspect. We were so pleasantly surprised not knowing what to expect and being center amongst this production should you be lucky enough to be assigned a TABLE seat in the center of the theatre. What an enjoyable night with such a talented cast.
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Everything about Murder Ballad works. Simply a wonderful way to tell an adult story, (I'm so tired of the kid friendly shows on Broadway) terrific cast, good music, libretto had some fine pearls of truth, and the over all evening is packed with...continued
Murder Ballad is conceived by Jonathan Larson Award winner and two-time Susan Smith Blackburn Prize finalist Julia Jordan with book and lyrics by Jordan and music and lyrics by indie rock singer/songwriter Juliana Nash. Drama Desk Award nominee Trip Cullman (Paul Weitz’s Lonely, I’m Not; Adam Bock’s A Small Fire) directs.