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SETH RUDETSKY'S DISASTER NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW
Opening Night: January 22, 2012
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Were you like Seth Rudetsky in the '70's? Not just overweight with a Jewfro, but also obsessed with Poseidon Adventure, Airport '75, Earthquake, The Swarm etc...and obsessed with Casey Kasem's top 40 countdown? Didn't you wish there were some way they could combine? Well, now they have... in Disaster! Disaster! is a 1970's disaster movie musical, written by Seth Rudetsky and Jack Plotnick, featuring your favorite songs and disasters from the '70s.
The show starts on a summer night in 1979. All the hottest New York City A-Listers are putting on their platform shoes and polyester disco shirts and heading to the grand opening of Manhattan's first floating casino and discotheque. Little do they know that their night of boogie fever, Farrah Fawcett-feathered-hair and Bella Abzug hats will turn into....Disaster!!!! The best 70's Songs! The biggest 70's Disasters! Disaster!
Playing Tony Orlando While the Ship Sinks
*By ANDY WEBSTER
Published: February 10, 2012
"While the Giants were winning in Indianapolis, another triumph was unfolding on West 72nd Street. At the Triad theater in Manhattan, “Disaster!” was packed, generating laughs and groans of rueful pleasure."
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