You are waiting for a musical. A musical that will spoof the far, far most successful film Christopher Nolan ever made that didn’t involve bats. You know where you can hear this musical, but you can’t be sure of the lyrics. But it doesn’t matter, because we’re all just having a good time together, and thought that you might want to share it.
Treble Entendre presents, Inception, an original musical by Erica Kudisch.
Dom Cobb and his Dream Team may be the best in the business, but when they try to extract from the mind of a famous composer/lyricist, well… they really should’ve known what would happen. Featuring Way Station favorites Antonella Inserra and Hilary Thomas as Eames and Arthur, with Joy Seldin, Kofi Mills, Marshall Honorof, Abigail Unger, Erica Kudisch, Rebecca Rozakis, and introducing Mr. Charles Rozakis as Dom.
The show will be performed in concert with a ten-minute intermission, and some apologies to Joss Whedon.
You may recognize several names here from Dogboy & Justine or various Kinkstarter events. That’s because Treble Entendre is the same production company that brought you those adventures. We’re thrilled to be welcoming people back, as well as to be welcoming some new performers to their first project with us.
Sunday, September 29th. 2:00 pm. The Way Station.
683 Washington Avenue, Prospect Heights Brooklyn
(A to Washington | 2/3 to Brooklyn Museum | Q to 7th Ave)
21+, No Cover (please tip your bar tender and be kind to the hat if you can).