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The Reprise Room at Dillon's
245 West 54th Street New York City, NY 10019
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Mike D.
Review from Mike D.
26 events 9 reviews

VERY clever writing and spirited performing, start to finish! I was pleasantly surprised. I'm going to keep an eye out for Hector Coris and his future work. He's a real talent.

reviewed Nov 21 2008 report as inappropriate
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Life’s a musical…and then you die. Award winning writers Hector Coris and Alan Cancelino’s hit musical revue returns to NYC with outrageous songs about cosmetic surgery, cell phone junkies, Proposition 8, gay animals and an infamous Mexican villain who shall not be named! Cabaret Hotline raves: “This is a must-see show!”

Featuring songs like “You Wouldn’t Know It To Look At Me,” “How Can I Miss You (If You Won’t Go Away),” “A Baby Like That,” “A Real Straight Guy,” and “That’s Why We Love the Zoo,” the show pokes fun at cell phone junkies, Upper West Side parenting, prescription pharmaceuticals, Disney’s The Little Mermaid, on-line dating, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi—among a myriad of other random but relevant topics.

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