Where else can you find tap-dancing goats, a singing city treasurer and the city manager portrayed as a flamboyantly caped member of Queen? Or how about an all-nude version of "The Last Supper"?
Look no further than No Square Theatre's Lagunatics 2010, opening Oct. 16 at the Forum Theatre on the Festival of Arts grounds.
This year's Lagunatics "roast of the coast" promises to be another hilariously madcap dash through musical theater history, with some rock 'n roll to spice it up. As usual, nothing is sacred and everything and everyone "Laguna" is up for grilling.
A cast of dozens is hard at work under the direction of taskmistress Bree Burgess Rosen learning songs and intricate moves that take the audience on a trip through a year in Laguna Beach, with all its characters and controversies. Burgess Rosen and Chris Quilter wrote the show.
At a recent rehearsal, cast members vamped it up to great effect to Donna Summers' "Bad Boys" in a hilarious take on the skateboarding controversy, complete with an enormous skateboard careening among the "cars."