Photo by Dahlia Katz Boy meets horse. It’s love. Boy meets miners. It’s cannibalism. In this stage adaptation of Trey Parker’s 1993 independent cult classic of the same name, Cannibal! The Musical, audiences are horrified, thrilled, and altogether entertained by B-rated gore, naughty innuendos, and rousing plot twists. The irreverent satire is loosely based on the true events of Alferd Packer’s legal trials and confessions of cannibalizing his five hiking companions: Noon, Be
While the “music of the night” in The Phantom of the Opera tour sweeps away audience hearts and souls, it can’t quite sweep away the numerous distracting technical failures throughout this reimagined 1986 classic. The leading cast carries the production with their flawless arias and heart wrenching dramatics. Katie Travis, as Christine Daaé, introduces the leading lady with a vocal brightness which contrasts the iconic work of predecessors Sarah Brightman and Sierra Boggess.