Composer Jahn Sood writes musicals that are part Wes Anderson, part Edward Gorey, and all sublime. His Depression-era circus themed masterpiece The Disappearing Man was a theatrical highlight of 2014 when it played Brooklyn's Cloud City for 10 sold-out performances and is getting new life at Musical Theatre Factory. The show will run for four performances only: January 19 & 21 with a matinee and a night show on each day. Even though this will just be a workshop presentation and not a full production, you don't want to miss this one...even if just to get to hear the superb music played live.
The workshop stars Footloose's Catherine Cox and Be More Chill's Eric William Morris and has D.C. Anderson giving a tremendous performance as a disenfranchised clown.
Trust us, you will be thinking about how good this show is for years to come and you will be able to say you "saw it when" when it wins a billion Tony Awards one day.
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There's a reason it won the 2017 Tony Award for Best Musical. It doesn't get fresher and more relevant than this!