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  The One: The Matrix Parody Musical at The Den Theatre

The One: The Matrix Parody Musical

The Den Theatre
1329-1333 N. Milwaukee Chicago

The minds behind FRIENDS: The One Where They Sing!, Rookie of the Year The Musical, and Hitch*Cocktails have joined forces to bring you their next fan tribute show! The One: The Matrix Parody Musical will combine hilarity and harmony to poke fun at everyone's favorite digitally dystopian '90s classic. Audiences will join Neo as he goes down the musical rabbit hole to learn his real purpose. Created by fans, for fans, the show centers around the events of the first film while paying tribute to all of the expanded universe. The two-act story with intermission features an original score, dance battles, pop songs and puppets, all in a D.I.Y. style! This is THE ONE parody musical you won't want to miss!

Thru - Sep 28, 2019

Fridays: 7:30pm
Saturdays: 7:30pm



Price: $25

Show Type: Musical

Box Office: 773-697-3830

theonemusicalparody.com


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Chicago Reader - Somewhat Recommended

"...But neither the voices here nor Jon Monteverde's score-a MIDI file-sounding, melodically nonexistent assemblage of loose parodies-really deliver on the musical requisite of musical parody. Bruce Phillips earns some legitimate laughs as Agent Smith, and Mike Gospel is a vocally strong outlier as Cypher, but the rest of the show's songs and gags wear thin well before the end of its 90-minute run time."
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Dan Jakes


Chicagoland Musical Theatre - Recommended

"...With a good binary of wit and silliness, and a whole lot of reality-defying ingenuity, The One: The Matrix Parody Musical is an overall enjoyable late-night cult comedy gem - maybe your own Nebuchadnezzar crew can share a drink (or a red pill) beforehand as you put down the machines for a fun night at the theatre."
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Ian Rigg


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