The reviews are in for "The Behavior of Broadus", and they're crazy good.
"... made up of equal parts whimsy, wacky, profane and profound... a wickedly entertaining watershed... a bluegrass Dada cabaret in a shimmering petri dish... played to the hilt and beyond by a fantastic ensemble... a groundbreaking new musical. You have just been psychologically programmed to reserve tickets immediately." - LA Times
"... this piece is a transcendent breakthrough... From director Matt Almos and co-director Ken Roht, whose signature joyful style... is intact but somehow clearer; to the always grounded Hugo Armstrong who plays Broadus and strings together 20 years of work in a single night; to the uniformly stunning cast... this is LA's intimate theater at its complicated best. Don't miss this one." - KCRW
"... a beautifully acted, entrancing spectacle..." - LA Weekly
"... a near non-stop knee slapper... delightfully twisted musical... a terrific ensemble, whose singing and dancing are the show’s comic marrow" - StageRaw
If you haven't seen it, you are missing out. Come.
Sacred Fools Theater in Hollywood, Fridays and Saturdays at 8, Sundays at 3 through October 18.