Erik Altemus was in it! That's all i need to know to know it was epic!
Eric Altemus was bare-ly noticeable (not to pun). The venue was a distinct improvement over the late, lamented Roseland Ballroom. The stage was higher (although there was one runway, not three) so the sight lines were excellent from everywhere. The show was tightly structured, each act using a song (or songs) by a classic rock performer. The highlight was the Elvis number, featuring Brandon Rubendahl from Spider-Man, as an Elvis who gyrates out of his clothes.
Lesli Margherita made Patrick Page and Andy Karl take their shorts off. But that's all they took off.
Lawrence Alexander and Charlie Sutton had great chemistry in their duet.
And the hottest guy in the show was Alex Minsky, who lost his leg fighting in Afghanistan
The lesbian number was fierce.
And Alex Ringler was funny in the Queen number, applying some regal discipline to the palace guard, led by the statuesque Mark MacKillop.
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