“ ★★★★ - Musical directors at Second City have traditionally been supporting players — the legendary likes of Fred Kaz and Ruby Streak are known for their skills at self-effacing underscoring and their ability to rescue a moment of dangerous silence with a droll musical phrase. But Case, driven more by hip-hop, doesn't tinkle quietly at the piano in the time-honored tradition. He pounds his little clutch of electronic instruments and turns himself into a major character in a revue directed by newcomer Billy Bungeroth that's the most layered, textured and thoroughly exciting show at e.t.c. in years. The reason the show works so well is that Case and Bungeroth create a sense of comedic chaos that constantly propels the show forward." - Chris Jones, The Chicago Tribune
A 2010 JEFF AWARD NOMINEE FOR BEST REVUE
We finally elected our first black president and passed our first national health care bill. It should be the best time of our lives. What happened? Grab your daisy dukes, enjoy those nachos and attend the prom of your 1990s dream as Second City dives deep into the hazards of nostalgia in this monster hit that ran on the e.t.c. stage for a record 11 months and was named one of The Chicago Tribune's ten best stage productions of 2010.