Rent Creator's Autobiographical Musical tick, tick... BOOM!
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The last date listed for tick, tick... BOOM! was Sunday October 6, 2013 / 3:00pm.
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Set against the backdrop of a changing America between 1950 and 1990, john & jen follows Jen and her relationships with the two Johns of her life: her younger brother, who was killed in Vietnam, and his namesake, her son. This original musical highlights the complexities that exist between brothers and sisters and parents and children. john & jen runs in repertory with The Last Five Years, which together are billed as The Love/Loss Cycle. For the first time since its inception in 2008, Red Branch Theatre Company is producing two shows in repertory. Please see the full event listing for upcoming dates with special events. Learn More
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Wonderful experience, especially for "Rent" fans who will enjoy the insight into Jonathan Larson's earlier creative struggles. All 3 performers are excellent actors and have beautiful voices. I am so glad I took a chance on this local production.
Red Branch Theatre Company’s production of tick, tick… BOOM! features both familiar faces and new talent. Starring as Jon, the character modeled after Jonathan Larson is Patrick Prebula of Gaithersburg. __tick, tick… BOOM! __marks his first time on the Red Branch stage. Red Branch Company Member Cory Jones of Stevensville plays Michael and various others. He was most recently featured as a Bad Idea Bear in last season’s production of Avenue Q. Finally, Eben K. Logan of Rockville plays Susan and various others. She is completely new to the organization, and this production marks her Red Branch debut. Jennifer Spieler directs and Wil Lewis, III music directs the approaching show. Ms. Spieler’s previous Red Branch credits include Proof, Pinocchio, Web of Deceit and Hansel and Gretel. Mr. Lewis most recently music directed Red Branch’s Next to Normal, and was featured as Gary Coleman in last season’s Avenue Q.