Review On White People Drinking - The Controversial Comedy

Tin Pan L.A.

Registered Critic

Joining the ranks of the over 100 ensemble theater pieces in this year's Hollywood Fringe Festival the new play White People Drinking by Daniel Sugimoto is one you should add to your must-see list. The premise of the play is simple: a billionaire and his wife have a dinner party and they've invited two millennial couples who have no idea what they're doing there, or what to expect. . .and it's not what you'd expect either. With such a simple premise White People Drinking packs a big punch—it's a 90-minute roller coaster ride whose destination is to be determined until the very end.

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.