Supportive White Parents

Critics

LemonMeter

Reviews: 1

Audience

LemonMeter

Reviews: 0

Fri Dec 13, 8:00pm

When an Asian girl tells her parents she doesn’t want to be a doctor anymore, she wishes on a shooting star for supportive white parents. This Second City Hollywood original musical will love you no matter what.

"Supportive White Parents," critically acclaimed in the 2019 Hollywood Fringe Festival, returns for an extended run. The show won the Fringe Encore! Producers’ Award, Best of the Broadwater, and was nominated for Best Musical. Book and lyrics are by Joy Regullano with music by The Sam & Tony Show, music direction by Tony Gonzalez, choreography by Ally Vega, and is directed by Frank Caeti. When an Asian girl tells her parents that she doesn’t want to be a doctor anymore, she wishes on a shooting star for supportive white parents. The cast will include (in alphabetical order) Earl Baylon, Gina D’Acciaro, Kaitlyn Fae, Spencer Frankeberger, Jaq Galliano, Mary Grant, Aryiel Hartman, Marcel Licera, Mary Lou, Scott Palmason, Joy Regullano, Jim Shipley, Greg Smith, Giselle “G” Töngi, Reuben Uy, and Rob Warner. Running time is 60 minutes.

Cast: Earl Baylon, Mary Lou, Scott Palmason, Joy Regullano, Greg Smith, and Giselle “G.”Töngi.

Book & Lyrics by Joy Regullano.
Music by The Sam and Tony Show.
Directed by Frank Caeti.
Assistant Director, Daniel Dore.
Musical Director, Tony Gonzalez.
Band: Sam Johnides, Chris Trovador.
Choreographed by Ally Vega.
Publicist, Ken Werther Publicity.

NOTE: Located on the 2nd floor with stair access only.

Reviews

Matt Ritchey

Directed by Frank Caeti and with great performances from the whole cast, the show is even more charming and funny than its previous iteration, including a brilliant new song about white parents shopping for “exotic” meals at Whole Foods, and even a dig at incel culture. But what has remained is the humor and heart in a story about accepting people as they are and understanding that love comes in different forms.

Highly Recommended

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Matt Ritchey

Directed by Frank Caeti and with great performances from the whole cast, the show is even more charming and funny than its previous iteration, including a brilliant new song about white parents shopping for “exotic” meals at Whole Foods, and even a dig at incel culture. But what has remained is the humor and heart in a story about accepting people as they are and understanding that love comes in different forms.

Highly Recommended

sweet - Matt Ritchey - Gia On the Move - ...read full review