F#@KING UP EVERYTHING (2009)
A rock musical comedy with heart. And ironic t-shirts.
Book by Sam Forman and David Eric Davis
Can Christian Mohammed Schwartzelberg stay true to himself and still get the girl? Or will he lose her to the guy in leather pants? Set against the backdrop of Brooklyn's indie music scene with a gallery of hipsters, stoners, artists, cougars, songwriters and puppeteers, F#@KING UP EVERYTHING is a rock musical comedy with heart. And ironic t-shirts.
Approximate Running Time: 2:00 with intermission; no intermission
Jenna Coker-Jones is psyched to be returning back to the NYMF, after playing Katy Shelaq in Twilight In Manchego last year. She is currently collaborating on a new Ken Davenport piece, tentatively titled, The Garage Band Project. And is looking forward to playing opposite her husband in Little Shop of Horrors at the historic Ford's Theatre in Washington DC this Winter. Favorite project: creating the role of Cheryl in Evil Dead: The Musical, Off-Broadway. Proud mother to Boston Terrier, Fender.(named lovingly after the guitar) A big thanks to her incredible man, Christopher Kale Jones, who helps her every day to not f@*k up everything! Ephesians 3:20. www.jennacoker.com
Neil is thrilled to be part of the FUE team! Credits include Broadway: The Times They Are A-Changin' (original cast), 9 to 5 (original cast). Off Broadway: Altar Boyz (Luke). Film/TV: "So You Think You Can Dance" (3rd place), "The American Mall," "Going the Distance."
Leif Huckman is a graduate of NYU's Experimental Theater Wing (ETW) during which he also studied abroad at RADA. Out of ETW he founded the soul-pop trio Trick & The Heartstrings where he cut his chops as a bass guitarist, and subsequently became a touring member of indie-rock band The Boggs. Leif just completed his Off-Broadway debut in The Actor's Company Theater production of Arthur Miller's The Incident at Vichy. Regional credits include The Mahabarata directed by Ruben Polendo at the MCC Theater, The Servant of Two Masters at Lincoln Center, and Olivier Py's Exaltation of the Labrynth at ETW.
Liz Larsen’s recent credits include: Broadway: Hairspray, Rocky Horror Show, The Smell of the Kill, The Most Happy Fella* (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Nominations, LA Dramalogue Award Best Featured Actress), Damn Yankees, A Little Night Music, Starmites*, Fiddler on the Roof, Blues in the Night, Annie, Dubarry Was A Lady (City Center). Other New York shows: Such Good Friends (NYMF – Outstanding Performance Award), A New Brain*, Bingo*, Him and Her (Fringe excellence award – performance), New Yorkers, Loman Family, Picnic, Personals, Little By Little*. Road: Sunday in the Park (Helen Hayes Award Lead Actress), Baby (Helen Hayes Award Nomination Featured Actress), Falsettos, Guys and Dolls, The Value of Names (with Jack Klugman), Annie Get Your Gun, Evita, Joseph…Dreamcoat. TV: Series Regular: “My Guys.” Recurring roles on: “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” “Third Watch.” Guest star: “Sopranos”, “Sex and the City,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” “Conviction,” “Deadline,” “The Street,” “Exiled (M.O.W).” Concerts and recordings: 20 different compilation recordings on the Varese Sarabande Label, Oh! Kay, Broadway 1960, and Symphonic Pops at Carnegie Hall to the Gothenberg Symphony, Sweden. *Original Cast Recordings.
Kate Rockwell is so excited to be F#@king Up Everything! Her recent credits include Margot and the Elle Woods cover in the Broadway and National Tour companies of Legally Blonde, Sharpay in High School Musical 1 and 2, Christine in the Yeston/Kopit Phantom, and Young Samantha in “Sex and the City: the Movie.” Past NYMF credits include Claudia Beautee in Tully (In No Particular Order) in 2007.
Noah Weisberg's recent credits include: Broadway: South Pacific (Original Revival Cast - Professor), Legally Blonde (Original Cast - Aaron, Emmett Understudy). Other NY: Shakespeare in the Park (Two Gentlemen of Verona), Awesome 80’s Prom, Dirty Dancing. Regional: Paper Mill, Actors Theatre of Louisville. Tours: Big, Grease. Film: “Across the Universe,” “And Then Came Love,” TV: “Cashmere Mafia,” “Law & Order CI,” “Love Monkey,” “JoJo's Circus” (2 Seasons). Over 100 commercials. Graduate of NYU (CAP21). Founder of www.ImAnActor.com. Check out www.CastNoah.com. DOONCE!
John is a born and raised Jersey boy, proud Rutgers graduate, and is psyched to be a part of the 2009 New York Musical Theatre Festival. Better yet, in a great ROCK show! Recent credits include: Ring of Fire, Sammy in The Wedding Singer, Jerry in Buddy Holly, and Kippy in Take Me Out. John has been drumming for 15 years and has trained with NYCs Blue Man Group as the center Blue Man. Television credits include: "Guiding Light," "All My Children," "One Life to Live," and "Rescue Me." Love to all my family and friends. Thanks JMM. JohnRochette.com
Eric is a lyricist, composer, artist, writer and director. He has been writing songs and playing in bands for over 20 years, most recently with Uncle Izzy (www.uncleizzy.com), with whom he recorded the albums Low End Response and Wish I Was Here. He directed the world premiere of TAROT READING: Love, Sex and Mommy at The 9th Annual New York International Fringe Festival. He wrote and directed Strike!, a movement and percussion piece based on the sounds of bodies moving through air and colliding. Strike! premiered at Movement Research at the Judson Church, NYC and played in the RedFest Collaborative Arts Festival at OneArmRed, DUMBO, NYC. His artwork has appeared in museums and galleries and his photography collection Contemplating My Pipik can be seen at www.davidericdavis.com.
A writer for the stage, screen and TV, Sam co-created (with Beau Willimon) the Civil War era television pilot Hickory Hill for AMC. Sam recently wrote the lyrics for the new musical Broadway’s Next Season (dir. Alex Timbers) and is the lyricist and co-book author for the musical I Sing! which has been produced commercially off-Broadway and in theaters around the world. A CD recording of the York Theater Concert Cast of I Sing! is available in stores worldwide from Jay Records. Sam’s other plays and musicals include: The Rise and Fall of Annie Hall (The Lion Theatre NYC starring Dan Fogler; Theater J, Washington DC) The Grille Room (Cherry Lane Mentor Project, dir. Thomas Kail), Quarterlife (workshop dir. by Mark Brokaw) Please Stop Talking (Cherry Lane Theater ; Willlamstown Theatre Festival), Fringical! (Ars Nova, NYC; American Theatre of Actors, NYMF, dir. Thomas Kail) Schmoozy Togetherness (Williamstown Theatre Festival) The Quiet Game (Hangar Theater, Ithaca NY dir. Daniel Kramer) Krankenhaus Blues (Blue Heron Theater, NYC, The Abingdon Theatre, NYC) Hunter for Hunter Green and Narcissus and Goldstein (Singularity Company) Sam is an alumni of Youngblood at EST, Ars Nova’s Playgroup and the proud producer of Creation Nation which the New York Times has called: “A late night cabaret phenomenon.” Sam is a member of the WGA, The Dramatist’s Guild and is represented by CAA.
Stephen is a New York based freelance theater director focused primarily on developing new work with emerging playwrights - he has developed new plays at The Public Theater, Soho Rep, The Lark, The Soho Think Tank, Williamstown Theater Festival, Clubbed Thumb, Dixon Place and Ars Nova. In 2008 Stephen was the Assistant Director of Passing Strange at both the Public and Belasco Theaters. He is a co-founder of the theater company the Bushwick Hotel with playwright Rachel Shukert; their collaborations include Johnny Apple@#%*er (Ice Factory), Bloody Mary (nominated for 4 NYIT Awards), Sequins for Satan (Galapagos Art Space) and The Blackstone Hotel (The Culture Project). He is a founding member of 425 D Director’s Lab. Upcoming work: Whore at the Summer Play Festival, The Confidence Man a site specific project with The Woodshed Collective and The Private Life of Inga Snyder with the Columbia University Graduate Playwriting Program.
Recent credits include NYC: Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson Public Theatre, Dance Dance Revolution Ohio Theatre; Regional: I Have Loved Strangers Williamstown Theatre Festival; Film: Stake Land Glass Eye Pix. As an actor, Danny has been seen in West Side Story at Central City Opera, Hair at the Hangar Theatre, Romeo and Juliet, Anything Goes, and Spring Awakening (the play) at Williamstown, and A Dublin Carol and Cyrano de Bergerac at Trinity Rep, along with many others. Training: Brown University/Trinity Rep Consortium, University of Evansville.
is a Texas-born music director, singer/songwriter, and guitarist/pianist. He has most recently worked with composer Paul Scott Goodman twice, as Resident MD/Conductor/Guitarist for ROOMS (off-B'way and Cast Recording) and as MD for Easterhouse (O'Neill Theater Center). Other MD/Supervising credits include Things To Ruin: The Songs of Joe Iconis (Second Stage, Zipper Factory); The Black Suits (Public Theater,also arranger); Green Eyes (Fringe); All Fall Down (Dramatists Guild), ReWrite (Urban Stages). Guitar credits/collaborations include Glory Days (B'way Cast Recording), The Burnt Part Boys (Vineyard, NYS&F), The Joe Iconis Rock 'n' Roll Jamboree (including co-producing the upcoming studio album), Mel Marvin's Eden, Ryan Scott Oliver, Factory Girls, Our Country, Perez Hilton..., Jason & Ben, Allies, and more. Hear Matt's self-titled original rock album on iTunes and CD Baby. Love to Kym and Brutus. Please visit matthinkley.com.
Virginia specializes in writing, co-creating and directing comedy. Her work has appeared at the US Comedy Arts Festival at Aspen, The Irish Repertory Theatre, Ars Nova, 59E59, The Guilded Balloon at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, The Comedy Central Theatre in LA, The Barrow Group Theatre, The PIT, The Centaur Theatre in Montreal, Grahamstown International Festival in South Africa, The International Clown Festival in Brooklyn, the NY Fringe Festival and festivals throughout Canada. With her comedy partner, Ryan Paulson, Virginia has created award winning comedy shows that have toured the world
is a set designer currently residing in New York City. Recent New York designs include Christmas is Miles Away(Babel Theatre Project) You Will Experience Silence(Dixon Place), The Vanished (Novisi Theatre Co.), Edgewise(The Cherry Lane), Jitney(Fishkill Correctional Facility), Cinephilia(Theatre Row), An Irish Brew(Studio Tisch), Angles in America: Millennium Approaches, Smash, ...and the rain, and These Northern Stars all for NYU's Graduate Acting Program. Associate Designer to G.W. Mercier for two seasons at the O'Neill Playwright's Festival. Commercial work with Spaeth Design, HERE Television network, and Christopher Young Design for Harry Winston. Upcoming Projects: Request Concert (Novisi Theatre Co.) and La Ronde(Directed by Stephen Bracket). MFA: NYU Tisch.
Previous designs include: WHORE, Reborning (SPF), Winter’s Journey (PS122) You Will Experience Silence (Dixon Place), The Less We Talk, Dysphoria (St. Marks Ontological), Love/Stories or But You Will Get Used To It (The Flea), Pretty Pretty, or The Rape Play (Rattlestick Theatre), Twelfth Night (Neo-Classical Ensemble), Crawl Fade into White (13P), Vendetta Crumb, Quail (Clubbed Thumb Summer Works) Camino Real, The Great God Brown, Uncle Vanya (Columbia University) Macbeth, Too Clever by Half (Atlantic Theatre School) 12 Ophelias, Blood Wedding, Never the Sinner, (Woodshed Collective-Collective member) B.F.A, New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.
Previous Design Credits include My Way (TBTS), Zombie (Razor's Edge Productions), Little Shop of Horrors (John W. Engeman Theatre), The World Goes Round (Prince Music Theatre and The Gettysburg Festival), Art Tatum:Piano Starts Here (Apollo Theatre), The Producers (TBTS), Ain't Misbehavin' (TBTS), Candide (NYU), The Gondoliers (NYU), Affluenza (Heiress), Ain't Misbehavin' (WPPAC), Semi-Permanent (Paul Marcarelli), Back in the Day (Cape Rep), Lunch Hour (Heiress), Charm of the Preparedness (Baruch College), Big Bang (Cleo Mack Dance Company), Homefront (La Mama, ETC), La Gioconda (Ed McNamee), Behind the Limelight (NYSaF and NYMF), Different Drums National Tour (Trinity Irish Dance Company), Gripped and other works (Cleo Mack Dance Company), and Caligula:The Glam Rock Epic (NYMF). Joel's industrial work includes projects for JKLD, Calvin Klein, Connecticut College, Xplore Productions, and SAP Software. Joel's Associate and Assistant Credits include Broadway's Next to Normal, Hair, The 39 Steps (Broadway and National Tour), Young Frankenstein, Pal Joey (Roundabout), Curtains, Grey Gardens, and Kiki and Herb:Alive on Broadway. Off Broadway, Regional, and international productions on which Joel has collaborated with Designers include Next To Normal (Second Stage\Arena Stage), the National Tour and London Production of Golda's Balcony, Avenue Q in Las Vegas, Camelot for Live at Lincoln Center, as well as projects with Manhattan Theatre Club, New York Theatre Workshop, Papermill Playhouse, Goodspeed Opera House, Theatre Under The Stars, LAByrinth Theatre Company, The Public, and the Spoleto Festival USA.
Bryan is excited to be a part of the team for F#@King Up Everything. Recent projects include: Production Sound Engineer for The Toxic Avenger Musical currently running at New World Stages, Sound Designer for Buddy, The Buddy Holly Story and A Christmas Carol at Westchester Broadway Theatre, John Goldfarb, Please Come Home for the NYC Fringe Festival, Gremelos for the Lincoln Center Festival, and PSE for Evil Dead The Musical. Bryan is the resident designer for the Caramoor International Music Festival, and the Emelin Theatre, as well owning 4 Horsemen Theatricals, providing audio and technical services to many area clients.
Puppet Design/Construction- for Vampire Cowboys Theatre Company: A Beginners Guide to Deicide (2005), Living Dead in Denmark (2006),Fight Girl Battle World (2008-Henry Hewes Design Award nomination), Soul Samurai(2009)HERE Arts Center. Other puppet work includes productions for: McCarter Theatre, Philadelphia's Theatre Ariel, French Woods Festival, and Hershey Theme Park. David holds a BFA in Acting from Ohio University. Congrats to Cast, Crew, and Creatives of F#@CKING UP EVERYTHING! Need Puppets? e-mail PrinceSirki@hotmail.com
Tara Rice is a freelance Art Director in New York City. Recent clients include Black Dynamite Feature Film, Dagr & Bott, LPNY, Christopher Lee Sauve Collections, Jocelyn Fortier Communications (Kensie, KensieGirl, Mac&Jac, Calzedonia), Diane Von Furstenberg, Sweden Unlimited (Visionair 56 & Belle), New York City Opera, Ferazzi Grennlight (Who's Got Your Back), India Pop Festival and La Rampa (Via Com Deus). Please visit www.tararice.ca for further information.
Theatre credits include: My First Time, Altar Boyz, The Awesome 80s Prom, VOTE! A New Musical (Fringe '09), Street Lights (NYMF '09), Gay Bride Of Frankenstein (NYMF '09), Tales From The Tunnel (Fringe '09), The Garage Band Project, Tully (NYMF '07), Jihad: The Explosive New Musical (Edinburgh Fringe '07). Film credits include: You Can't Fix Her, S.O.L., The Book of Caleb, Tabitha's Aquarium. TV credits include: Casting Associate on "Gossip Girl" (Warner Bros/The CW) and "Cashmere Mafia" (Sony/ABC). Web credits include: TheBatterysDown.com, Standard Deviants. Graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Member of Casting Society of America. www.decasting.com.
Jeremy has produced and managed many New York theatre productions including The Bronx Balmers (which he wrote), CYCLE: A Vaudeville Comedy, The Aspern Papers, Scapin, Five by Tenn, Fritz & Froyim, Following the Yellow Brick Road…Down the Rabbit Hole, Assholes & Aureoles, and The ARTC Spring Reading Series. He founded Off The Leash Productions, LLC in 2002 to produce video and has since expanded into theatrical production. In a past life Jeremy was Vice President, Programming at CBS Sports. He is on the Board of Directors of Theater Resources Unlimited (TRU) and is a member of TRU’s Mentorship Program. Jeremy is a member of the American Renaissance Theater Company and a graduate of the Commercial Theater Institute’s 14-week advanced program. www.offtheleashproductions.com
Recent credits include: Into the Hazard (Henry 5) (Walkerspace), In Security (3LD), Stormy Weather (Pasadena Playhouse: assistant director), The Rise and Fall of Annie Hall (Off Broadway, Theatre Row/Stage 13), To Paint the Earth (NYMF), I Come For Love (NYMF 2008), SA KA LA (45 Bleecker/Oslo Elsewhere), Jeffrey Hatcher's Murderers (Emelin), The Piper (NYMF), Surface to Air (dir. by Jim Naughton, Off Broadway, Symphony Space), The Polish Play (Walkerspace), Character (Prospect), Warrior (NYMF), Behind the Limelight (NYMF), Hot and Sweet (NYMF), Ibsen + Fosse 2006 with Oslo Elsewhere at 59E59: Rosmersholm and deathvariations, Manhattan Madcaps of 1924, Jeff Daniels' Apartment 3A, The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde (NYMF). Previously, she was the associate producer at Symphony Space and on the artistic staff at Manhattan Theatre Club (Doubt, Reckless, Rabbit Hole, Brooklyn Boy, etc.). She has also worked at New 42, ART and NYSAF. Lisa is the MITF artistic director of plays, and the general manager for NAMT’s Festival of New Musicals. www.lisadozierproductions.com
Broadway: Prelude to a Kiss, Heartbreak House, The Constant Wife, Twelve Angry Men, Betrayal (Roundabout), Wonderful Town, Amour, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Some Off-Broadway credits include The Devil’s Disciple (Irish Rep), A Safe Harbor for Elizabeth Bishop (Primary Stages), Bach at Leipzig (NYTW), Engaged (TFANA), Frame 312, The Night Heron, Dublin Carol (Atlantic), The Pajama Game (City Center Encores!), Thief River (Signature), The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife (MTC). Numerous Broadway Unplugged and Nightlife Awards events (Siegel Entertainment). Graduate of the University of Michigan.
Mei Ling Acevedo: Off Broadway: Jailbait (Cherry Lane Theatre), The Framer (Brokenwatch Theatre Company),Dutchman (Cherry Lane Theatre), Angry Young Women in Low-Rise Jeans (The Players Theatre). Off-Off Broadway: Into the Hazard (Walkerspace), Decomposition (Lark Play Development Center), Bus Stop (Intar), All Aboard the Marriage Hearse (Theatre for the New City), Big Times (WET). Festivals: Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom (Summer Play Festival 08’), To Paint the Earth (NY Musical Festival 08’), Mentor Project 2007 & 2008 (Cherry Lane Theatre), U.S./Mexico Word Exchange 2007 & 2008. (Lark Play Development Center).
en is an entertainment lawyer who’s varied clientele include producers, writers, directors, financiers and distributors in film and theater; he also has an active television practice and other clients include Manhattan art galleries, publicists, talent agencies, venues and non profits. Production counsel: Kissing Jessica Stein to Rabbit Hole (upcoming w/Nicole Kidman), Memphis (on Broadway). He was recently published in the Commercial Theater Institute’s Guide to Producing Plays and Musicals. As a producer: Another Gay Movie, Another Gay Sequel, The Understudy, The Cutting Room (film w/Kate Hudson), Mae West’s Sex (1st NYC stage revival), Trouble In Paradise (Off-Broadway in ’06) and The Stand In (LA stage premiere; optioned by Miramax). Graduate Yale College/NYU law. Hourglass Group and Chase Brock Experience (dance company) board member.
Springer Associates PR is a full service public relations firm whose clients range from Broadway to off-Broadway productions, films in release to film festivals, special events and personalities. Campaigns include recent Broadway revival of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, The Earth, Wind and Fire musical HOT FEET, Tony Award Winning Side Man, Tony Randall's National Actors Theatre, national press rep for the Gazillion Bubble Show, Puppetry of the Penis (45 Bleecker). Selected theatre companies including Amas, Babel Theatre Project, Boomerang Theatre, Broken Watch Theatre, Clockwork Theatre New York Downtown Clowns, Our Time Theatre Company, Resonance Ensemble, TADA! Youth Theater, and Urban Stages. Films include: Upcoming release "As Seen Through These Eyes," Sony Picture's Classics "O'Horten," "Moscow Belgium," "The Black Balloon," "Anita O'Day: The Life of a Jazz Singer," "Beauty in Trouble," "Rape of Europa," "King of Kong," "Murderball" as well as Corner Store Entertainment, Hamptons International Film Festival, Sarasota Film Festival, Newport Film Festival, Brazilian Film Festival and the Israel Film Festival.
is thrilled to be working on F#@cking Up Everything. Recent credits: Stage 13's The Rise and Fall of Annie Hall (Production Associate), 60 Miles to Silver Lake (Assistant Company Manager) and Psycho Therapy (Associate General Manager). Previously, he was the management assistant at La Vie Productions and has a theatre degree from Western Michigan University.
Jeremy Rothschild is a recent graduate of the classical voice program at New York University. He has previously performed in King David (Choir/Ensemble), The Gondoliers (Ensemble), The Boys from Syracuse (Tailor) and I Sing!(Soloist). Favorite roles include Paul in Company and Roscoe in Follies. He has been a featured soloist singing Hebrew works regionally for the last eight years, as well as in local concerts singing the works of Gilbert and Sullivan. He is excited to be working with F#@King Up Everything and proud to be a part of NYMF!
Alejandro is a film director and actor currently residing in New York. As a film director, his work has been an official selection in many festivals around the globe including The Ooberhasuen Film Festival, Tampere Film Festival, Toulouse Latin America Film Festival and the Havana Film Festival. Alejandro is proud to have been 1st assistant director to the Oscar winning director Fernando Trueba on the production of the film "Chico y Rita," set to be released duing the Cannes Film Festival 2010. After finishing his film direction studies at EICTV film school in Cuba, Alejandro came to New York to train as an actor at The Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre. He is very excited and honored to participate in the production of F#@KING UP EVERYTHING and the special opportunity of working again with producer Jeremy Handelman.
2. Sticking Around
Credit: Featuring Alison Marie Bryant
3. Please You
4. Guys Like Me
Credit: Featuring Steven Ward
5. Little Boys (part 1)
Credit: Featuring Naomi Aborn
6. Falling (reprise)
Credit: Featuring Kaitlin Stilwell
Back Stage Critic's Pick: F#@king Up Everything
Back Stage Review by Hilary Tuttle - October 13, 2009
Nytheatre.com Review of FUE: "...Deserves to be in a bigger theatre."
nytheatre.com review by Maura Kelley · October 7, 2009
BWW review: FUE's "music is powerful, funny, and moving"
BroadwayWorld.com Review by Duncan Pflaster - October 8, 2009
Theater League Supports F#@KING UP EVERYTHING
September 25, 2009 - BWW News Desk
NEIL HASKELL JOINS CAST OF F#@KING UP EVERYTHING
SYTYCDiSM.com - YOUR #1 SOURCE FOR EVERYTHING "SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE" - September 8, 2009
SYTYCD's Neil Haskell Joins the cast of F#@King Up Everything At the 45th Street Theater, Opens 10/6
IMDb - The Internet Movie Database - September 8, 2009
SYTYCD's Neil Haskell Joins the cast of F#@KING UP EVERYTHING At the 45th Street Theater, Opens 10/6
F#@KING UP EVERYTHING'S Matt Hinkley: RadioRNR Artist of the Day
http://radiornr.com/artist-of-the-day/radiornr-artist-matt-hinkley/5877 - September 8, 2009
Haskell Replaces Calvert in NYMF's F#@king Up Everything
Playbill.com by Adam Hetrick - September 8, 2009
Liz Larsen, Donna McKechnie, Daniel Reichard, Kate Rockwell, Noah Weisberg, et al. Set for NYMF Shows
TheaterMania Theater News
By: Dan Bacalzo · Aug 18, 2009 · New York
The NY Musical Theatre Festival Presents F#@KING UP EVERYTHING 10/6-10/16
BroadwayWorld News Desk - August 18, 2009
NYMF's F#@king Up Everything to Feature Larsen, Weisberg and Coker-Jones
PLAYBILL.COM, August 18, 2009
By Adam Hetrick
Noah Weisberg & Liz Larsen in F#@KING UP EVERYTHING
Jenna Coker-Jones, Heath Calvert, Leif Huckman, Liz Larsen, Kate Rockwell, and Noah Weisberg star in the rock musical comedy with heart. And ironic t-shirts.