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Monday April 16, 2012, 3:00pm - by WillyAppelman

Magnet’s next big musical event is almost here…GAY BOMB: THE MUSICAL!  GAY BOMB is a comedy inspired by the real life plans of the U.S. military  to build a bomb that would make their enemies gay.  The show is a cautionary tale set in a not-to-distant America that is a  ”xenophobic, homophobic wet dream”.  This timely political piece is not only topical but extremely on point, leaving no stereotype unscathed.  GAY BOMB: THE MUSICAL premiers at The Magnet Theater on Friday May 4th at 8:30, and plays on select Fridays and Mondays through June.

Much like previous Magnet Musical Event NIGHTFALL ON MIRANGA ISLAND, tickets are limited and will go fast!!!  Tickets go on sale right….NOW.  Get yours NOW here.  Make sure you’re there for an opening night extravaganza you won’t want to miss.

Directed by Michael Martin, with music by Frank Spitznagel and book and lyrics by Chris Friden and Steve Whyte.

Starring: Andrew Fafoutakis, Dreagn Foltz, Ben Jones, Michael Lutton, Jen Sanders, TJ Mannix, Oscar Montoya, Dave Tomczak and Woody Fu!

BOOM!

Thursday January 19, 2012, 9:07am - by woodyfu
Henry Kaiser & Justin Moran

Musical improv lovers, where were you January 7th? If you were anywhere but the Magnet then kick yourself in the ears and jump into an elevator shaft. If you were at the Magnet seeing the opening night of Choral Rage’s new weekend run, then massage your ears lovingly and take a leisurely elevator ride wherever you please.

Henry Kaiser and Justin Moran

Choral Rage, one of the Magnet’s veteran musical improv teams, returned to the main stage to perform a musical mono scene (sort of. Does it count if they go to an alternate version of the same location?). In their opening number we were introduced one by one to the characters, then launched into a set that included a disintegrating, loveless 30-year marriage; a four-person affair; a father/son rivalry with opposing kitchens in the same diner; a cross-country-traveling pair of lovers; and a cigarette machine that opened a portal to parallel reality diner. more

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