By Michael Schwartz
Join the Next Best Theater team for a wild, wild party. That’s right; we’re tackling both the Andrew Lippa and John Michael LaChuisa iterations of “The Wild Party.” Not only were there two stage adaptations of the classic poem, but they both debuted on New York stages in the same season. Join Nicole Ackman, Dan Bayer, Casey Lee Clark, Cody Dericks, Lauren LaMagna, and me as we take a deep dive into both productions, state our favorite elements, and compare and contrast. It’s sure to be a wild, wild time!
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