The New York Times loves HOW TO SAVE THE WORLD AND FIND TRUE LOVE IN 90 MINUTES!
I got an e-mail from my friend Seth who wrote the music for HOW TO SAVE THE WORLD AND FIND TRUE LOVE IN 90 MINUTES:
"It is great to see people under 40 (maybe even under 30!) going to the theater," wrote Anita Gates in her review of "How to Save the World..." in the New York Times.
The full review is available here:
She says the music is "diverse" and the book and lyrics "witty," and the show is "directed with an untethered sense of fun," all of which should "make for a long run."
"How to Save the World..." opened last Sunday and has been playing to almost-full capacity. Thanks to everyone who has come out and seen the show.
The show's success still depends largely on word of mouth and attendance during the next few weeks, however. If you haven't had the opportunity to see it, I encourage you to go soon. If you saw it during previews, please come again and bring friends -- it's gotten a lot tighter since the first few performances. Meet me afterward -- I'll be conducting and playing the show. And fill out the form in your program for a chance to win dinner at the Palm with "He," the show's beloved terrorist character!
Tickets are only $28 this weekend and $43 from November 20 through December 22 if you join the Playbill Club.
I hope to see you at the show!
Way to go Seth!