About the show
In a world where it’s perennially 2006, in a high school where everyone is pop punk, Derek’s life sucks. He sucks at skating, he doesn’t even own a guitar, and the hottest girl in school doesn’t even know he’s alive. But when he finds a magical lamp in his attic with the ghost of Avril Lavigne inside (her death was covered up by record company executives who made a Japanese teenager get extensive plastic surgery to take over her image) , it looks like Derek just might get to fulfill his three biggest dreams.
written by Anderson Cook & Ben Lapidus
directed by Turner Barrett Law
Brought to you by (some) of the people who brought you "The Disembodied Hand That Fisted Everyone to Death".
Praise for "The Disembodied Hand...":
Praise for The Disembodied Hand: “The Disembodied Hand That Fisted Everyone to Death is a perfect essential parody that works brilliantly within its own niche… Best viewed with friends, alcohol and all sensibility left at the door.” – OnStage
“Littered with kinky bits, social commentary, and crude humor, the musical is campy to the max… The Disembodied Hand That Fisted Everyone to Death may be the gayest musical ever and isn’t ashamed about it.”- Theater in the Now
“It’s completely horrible but ridiculously charming. Campy, downright insulting in some parts, but also a very good and memorable ride.” – Quick Theatres