My darling wife alerted me to this, and I have to say, I'm torn. I'd say a Broadway musical based on a crappy movie is just a bad idea, but then there was "Little Shop of Horrors."
Yeah, I know it was off-Broadway, but they had a Broadway revival a few years ago, so let's just go with the analogy.
Maybe, yeah. I always dug the music, and let's be honest, half of that movie was practically a stage musical to begin with. If it ever came around my neck of the woods, I think I'd be obligated to see it.
Had I visited The Xanadu Preservation Society recently, I'd have known about this already.
And you heard it here first: If this show bombs, you know they're going to use the lyric "A place where nobody dared to go."
Just like if the next Hulk movie doesn't tank, you're going to see a bunch of "'Hulk' smash!"
I'm not claiming that either is terribly clever, but I know copy editors and their headline-writing habits.