Press & Reviews


 

BroadwayWorld.com - “Review: Things Get Freaky at STRANGER SINGS! at Feinstein's/54 Below”

Playbill.com - “Stranger Things Parody Will Return to New York for Encore Performance”

BroadwayWorld.com - “Christina Bianco To Play Winona Ryder In Encore Performance Of 'Stranger Sings!' At 54 Below”

Playbill.com - “Stranger Things Musical Parody Heads to Feinstein’s/54 Below”

BroadwayWorld.com - “STRANGER SINGS! AN UNAUTHORIZED PARODY MUSICAL Turns 54 Below Upside Down”

“Every single member of this cast had a chance to shine and every time I was convinced that ‘this’ song had to be the show stopping number, another would follow. Nothing sums it up better…
vocals = fire.”
— Xandra Harbet, BroadwayWorld
Stranger Sings! was hands down one of the funniest and most entertaining shows I’ve seen in a long time. Brilliant score and witty script combine for an experience I’m still laughing over.
— Hannah Bush, Audience Member
With a catchy score, humorous book, and a spot-on cast, Stranger Sings! is comedic gold! It brings all of your favorite characters from the screen to the stage in the most outrageously hilarious way!
— Sarah Lamparski, Audience Member
Stranger Sings! is exactly what you want it to be. Hilarious portrayals of the characters you love, witty commentary on the show and pop culture, plus new compositions that will have you humming “Welcome to Hawkins” for days after you leave the theater.
— Taleah Wheeler, Audience Member
I loved Stranger Sings!. They captured all the best parts of the show and made it into a hilarious parody that also manages to keep the spirit of the original. The songs were a ton fun, and all the performances were spot on!
— Jeremy Terry, Audience Member
Stranger Sings! is a hilarious parody that puts you right in the middle of the drama in Hawkins, Indiana. Follow the catch hilarious musical journeys of all your favorite characters from the hit show as they experience love, loss, crazy aliens from the Upside Down, plot holes, bat shit crazy moms, and—of course—the unfortunate death of Barb... The real MVP.
— Ryan Wheeler, Audience Member