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Only Human

October 18, 2019

A hilarious retelling of the fall of Lucifer with a pop rock twist

Why See Only Human?

MusicalsOff Broadway Shows

A Brand New Musical Of Biblical Proportions

Following a creative process including an Oklahoma City University industry presentation in late 2018, Mike Squillante's propulsive pop rock musical Only Human enjoys its Off-Broadway premiere at New York City's Theatre at St. Clements this fall. Featuring upbeat music and lyrics by well known musician Squillante, a book by up and coming playwright Jess Carson and direction by Columbia School of the Arts graduate NJ Agwuna, the brand new tuner is billed as a "sinfully good time": that'll leave audiences feeling "hashtag blessed".

Rock and roll meets the Bible in a brand new retelling of the fall of Lucifer. Suited and ready to work at creating heaven in God's own vision, the angels are led by Lou, a smooth-talking charmer and coincidentally God's favorite. Lou is constantly at odds with his co-worker Jesus, but when their creative differences come to a head, all hell breaks loose... 

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Previews from: 18 October 2019

Performance date: 18 October 2019

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