Now through August 8: ‘Passing Strange’ at Studio Theatre

Smashes Broadway clichés with an electric guitar and the funniest libretto I can remember.

New York Magazine

With soulful songs and funky harmonies, Passing Strange follows a rock musician on his quest for authenticity. From singer-songwriter and performance artist Stew comes a new kind of musical full of sex, drugs, and rock’n’roll and unlike anything you’ve seen before.

directed by Keith Alan Baker and Victoria Joy Murray (former DCCAH program manager)
Music Direction by Christopher Youstra
Choreography by Helanius J. Wilkins

Now-August 8, 2010

For ticket information, click here.

The Studio Theatre

14th & P Streets NW

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