I'm looking to get a copy of
the script and sheet music of Escape from Eldorado. I saw it during its
original run at the Unusual Cabaret, and it was, I have to say, a rather
formative experience; really changed my ideas about theater and the arts
I'd been involved in theater stuff since I was about 9 or so, but
pretty much only seen comedy and serious themes done separately. You know
those awful comedy musicals that high schools do all the time? Yeah...
And it was the first show I can remember seeing where breaking the fourth
wall, and other such stylistic techniques, really stood out.
And I was just starting to seriously get interested in Edgar Allan Poe at
Anyways, I was the kid in the audience who kind of interacted with the
players a bit. Pointed things out when they'd be searching for stuff...
Stuff like that.