Pangdemonium Presents Urinetown: The Musical

September 27, 2019 @ 8:00 pm – October 13, 2019 @ 10:00 pm
Drama Centre Theatre
Pangdemonium Presents Urinetown: The Musical @ Drama Centre Theatre

Pangdemoniumis presents the satirical musical comedy, URINETOWN, winner of three Tony Awards, three Outer Critics Circle Awards, two Lucille Lortel Awards and two Obie Awards! Urinetown gleefully takes the piss out of politicians, populism, “people power”, capitalism, corporate corruption, and musicals themselves!

In a fictional “most expensive city in the world”, a “cross-border water crisis” has led to a government ban on private lavatories. The woeful water shortage sees the erection of pay-to-pee public toilets operated by an all-powerful corporation, Urine Good Company, owned by the megalomaniac Caldwell B. Cladwell. Breaking the laws against gratuitous public peeing means urination ruination, with offenders being exiled in the dreaded and mysterious “Urinetown”, never to be seen again.

When threatened with yet another pee-fee hike, the poor citizens, having endured overwhelming oppression and bursting bladders, can no longer hold it in, and stage a revolution led by a handsome hero with the heroically handsome name of Bobby Strong. And, in true musical theatre style, he still finds the time and energy to fall hopelessly in love with the honeylicious Hope Cladwell, who (shock! horror! spoiler!) turns out to be the daughter of the dastardly Caldwell B. Cladwell!

Pangdemonium is thrilled to be celebrating the 20th anniversary of this unique musical, which catapults musical theatre into a new dimension, with its demented (but uncannily familiar) depiction of a dystopian world, a playlist packed with outrageous songs, and a cunning knack of making you laugh ‘til you wet your pants.

Urinetown is directed by Tracie Pang. The cast includes Adrian Pang, Andrew Marko, Benjamin Chow, Bright Ong, Edward Choy, Elizabeth Morse, Ethel Yap, Jo Tan, JoashTang, Kimberly Chan, Mae Elliessa, Mina Ellen Kaye, Muhammad Shafiq Haziq, Sean Ghazi and Seong Hui Xuan.

Tickets on sale 24 July 2019