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4.7 / 5 Rated by 67 members
Review from Alice Linden

I continue to be amazed at the high quality of the acting, singing and performing talent here in DC. This show was atonishingly well-performed by two singers with Broadway credentials. Their experience, savvy and charisma shone through to make...continued

reviewed Jul 26 2008 report as inappropriate
Review from Mulva

Wow! Broadway caliber performances delivered in this gem of a show. I laughed, I cried, and I am going back to see it again. If you loved Rent, you will love Rooms even more. Do not miss this!

reviewed Aug 17 2008 report as inappropriate
Review from John

Fantastic!!!! The singing was top notch, songs were memorable, and the acting was great. These two actors really are stars. They gave 100%. Hope this show goes to Broadway. It deserves it.

reviewed Aug 31 2008 report as inappropriate
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Music and Lyrics by Paul Scott Goodman (Bright Lights, Big City)

Book by Paul Scott Goodman and Miriam Gordon

Directed by Scott Schwartz

Music Direction by Jesse Vargas

Monica, an ambitious singer/songwriter, and Ian, a hard driving rocker, become creatively and romantically entangled as they journey from their native Glasgow to London and New York and are catapulted into the punk rock explosion and a quest for stardom.  A gritty rock musical, Rooms explores the universal desire to escape and create, to love and explore.

Originally produced as part of the New York Musical Theatre Festival 2005. 

A co-production with Geva Theatre Center, Rochester, NY. *

p. Natascia Diaz (Monica) BROADWAY: (Original Cast): Man of La Mancha (Antonia/Aldonza), Capeman, Seussical. OFF-BROADWAY: Jacques Brel (cast recording); tick, tick…BOOM! (Susan); Sondheim’s Saturday Night; Bright Lights, Big City (Vicky). LOCAL: Kennedy Center: Carnival (Rosalie), A Little Night Music (Petra); Arena Stage: Agamemnon and His Daughters (Elektra); Wolf Trap: West Side Story (Anita). REGIONAL: Signature Theatre: Kiss of the Spider Woman (Spider Woman/ Aurora); Papermill: Pippin (Catherine); Studio Arena: Hail

Mary!. CONCERT: Library of Congress: Jonathan Larsen. TV: Law and Order, Law and Order SVU, Damages, HBO’s Leonardo da Vinci, A Dream of Flight, Oz, Voice of Miss Chiquita Banana. FILM: Tiny Dancer, How to Seduce Difficult Women (Angelica). UPCOMING: Film documentary: Every Little Step. AWARDS: Joseph Jefferson Award, 2006 Kevin Klein Award, Ovation Award nomination.

Doug Kreeger (Ian) BROADWAY: Les Misérables (Jean Prouvaire/Marius u/s – Original Revival Cast). OFF-BROADWAY: York Theatre: Thrill Me: The Leopold and Loeb Story (Richard Loeb, also Cast Recording). REGIONAL: Signature Theatre: The Visit (Evgeny); Old Globe Theatre: The Times They Are ‘A-Changin’ (Coyote Standby, director Twyla Tharp); Barrington Stage: The Human Comedy (Spangler); Arkansas Rep: Children of Eden (Cain/Japheth); Bay Street Theatre: Hair. INTERNATIONAL TOUR: Grease (Danny Zuko), Hair (Berger). NATIONAL TOUR: Peter Pan (Slightly). NEW YORK: NYMF: Yank! (Stu), Fringe: Swimming Upstream (Todd, Outstanding Actor Fringe Award). EDUCATION: BFA, NYU Tisch School of the Arts; RADA.

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo Hamburg Ballet's <em>The Little Mermaid</em> <em>Three Sisters</em> Arlington National Cemetery Tour <em>Caroline, or Change</em> <em>Fun Home</em>