This quirky, offbeat, neo-Malthusian musical comedy somehow found its way from a tiny theatre on the Lower East Side to the Great White Way. Set in the future, it tells the story of a few idealistic dreamers who decide to take on The Powers That Be.
Closing date at the Henry Miller's: January 18, 2004
The plot: a huge corporation has taken over the city, forcing citizens to pay for the right to "use the facilities". In a revolution that owes more to Groucho than Karl, the oppressed citizens fight for the right to... express themselves.
In all, it has the energy of an old episode of Saturday Night Live, and that slap-happy irreverence has made it a hit among traditional Broadway audiences bored with the standard fare.