Review On INDECENT


Tin Pan L.A.

Registered Critic


Upon watching Indecent I can help but draw parallel to Fiddler on the Roof, yet another show (even though it’s a musical) that’s about challenging traditions—however, with Indecent, the roof is on fire and the fiddler must sacrifice themselves for the good of all. Nevertheless, within the content, structure, and storytelling, Indecent provides a glimpse into Vogel’s brilliant mind, ultimately giving audiences a stirring theatrical experience, they will remember and cherish always.

Ryan Luévano is a professional music director, composer, musicologist and music educator. Ryan is an experienced music director and conductor for musical theater, opera, film and concert music. Past productions include: Experience Magic!, Annie, The Sound of Music, Into the Woods, Chess, The Pajama Game, Bells Are Ringing, and Funny Girl. Additionally, he works as a professor of music at Woodbury University and Santa Ana College. When he’s not producing shows he pens as a theater critic for his blog Tin Pan L.A. where you can read all about the L.A. theater scene.