Save Me a Spot!

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Audience

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To win the heart of his favorite Youtube star, 30-something slacker Chris decides to make a grand gesture – waiting in line for a pair of concert tickets. Over the course of a night, he's joined by a handful of colorful strangers who share their stories, dreams, and ill-advised business plans. With a hilarious book by Jeremiah Lowder and infectious music by Dan Waldkirch, Save Me a Spot is a simple and sweet romantic comedy about making the most of life, when most of life is a little bit dull.

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Their tunes were both charming and moving, and wisely limited to ten in number. The book, about a group waiting Fringe Award-Gold Medal-The TVolutionin line to buy tickets for a boy band reunion was clever and amusing, and their cast, Clayton Farris, Kristen Heitman, Garrett Vander Leun and Brent Lydic were all solidly talented and well-voiced. Except for Kate Ponzio – she was two steps above terrific.

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A sweet, funny, modern musical tale performed effortlessly by an ensemble of actors with undeniable chemistry. Transitions into song were seamless, the obvious work from cast and composer present in the premiere show. A well-flowing story with great wit, clear, unique characters, and surprising one-liners throughout. Each word in both script and and song served a clear purpose, adding humor and depth to the characters while constantly moving the story forward. Overall, a stellar cast, well-paced, snappy script, and impressive songwriting made this show a joy to see.

sweet - Jamie Rihacek


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Their tunes were both charming and moving, and wisely limited to ten in number. The book, about a group waiting Fringe Award-Gold Medal-The TVolutionin line to buy tickets for a boy band reunion was clever and amusing, and their cast, Clayton Farris, Kristen Heitman, Garrett Vander Leun and Brent Lydic were all solidly talented and well-voiced. Except for Kate Ponzio – she was two steps above terrific.

sweet - Ernest Kearney - ...read full review


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A sweet, funny, modern musical tale performed effortlessly by an ensemble of actors with undeniable chemistry. Transitions into song were seamless, the obvious work from cast and composer present in the premiere show. A well-flowing story with great wit, clear, unique characters, and surprising one-liners throughout. Each word in both script and and song served a clear purpose, adding humor and depth to the characters while constantly moving the story forward. Overall, a stellar cast, well-paced, snappy script, and impressive songwriting made this show a joy to see.

sweet - Jamie Rihacek