S#IT: An Unauthorized Musical Parody of Stephen King's IT
Every 27 years a horrifying yet hilarious new music parody emerges just blocks from Times Square. Just in time for Halloween, S#IT: An Unauthorized Musical Parody of Stephen King’s IT beings performances this October at the Producers Club in Midtown Manhattan. Based on the cult book and films, this parody musical chronicles a self-obsessed author (who is definitely not Stephen King) with the assistance of a certain psychokinetic prom queen, navigating this paper boat of a spoof down the satirical sewer while avoiding a circling swarm of copyright sharks. When a group of kids discover the true identity of a shape-shifting evil entity disguised as a maniacal dancing clown, feeding on the youth of Dairy, Maine, they must band together and destroy it before it devours them all. With music and lyrics by Tater Tits and Jordan Ash the cast sing and dance their way to a finale that will have you rolling in the aisles and leaving the lights on when you later sleep.
Parents strongly cautioned – Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13.