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Disaster!

Closed April 11, 2014

A triumph... it's irresistible!

The New York Times

Why See Disaster!?

Disaster! is a brand new musical by Seth Rudetsky and Jack Plotnick which combines the 70s disco era and cheesey 1970s disaster movies into one glorious, raucous and highly addictive show.

The story follows a group of young A-listers who head out for a night on the disco tiles one summer night in 1979, but soon find themselves battling tidal waves, piranhas, earthquakes and more when their evening takes a turn for the worst and Disaster! strikes.

The musical stars Tony nominee Mary Testa alongside Tom Riis Farrell and includes some of the biggest hits of the 70s, including Hot Stuff, I Am Woman and Signed, Sealed Delivered.

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Dates

Opening night: 20 March 2014

Audience

May not be suitable for very young audiences.

Run time

Two hours and ten minutes including one intermission.

Cast and Creative

Cast

Mary Testa

Tom Riis Farrell

Michele Ragusa

Jennifer Simard

Seth Rudetsky

Creative

Directed by Jack Plotnick

Choreography by Denis Jones

Music Direction by Larry Pressgrove

Costume Design by Brian Hemesath

Set and Lighting Design by Josh Iacovelli

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