The people are revolting. After a 20-year drought, private toilets have been banned. It’s public bathrooms only, controlled by a greed-driven corporation. Will a hero rise up to help the people take control? Performed by a combination of Acting and Musical Theatre students, this Tony Award-winning musical is a 21st century classic, sending up the system at every turn.
Music and Lyrics by Mark Hollman | Book and Lyrics by Greg Kotis | Directed by Josh Seymour. Josh Seymour’s recent directing credits include the UK premieres of Adding Machine: A Musical (Finborough) and One Arm (Southwark Playhouse), which won him the 2016 Off West End Award for Best Director.
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