Acclaim for MUSIC MUSIC LIFE DEATH MUSIC

What critics and audiences are saying about Music Music Life Death Music:

 The Toronto Star Print Edition, May 30, 2018

The Toronto Star Print Edition, May 30, 2018

"An enthralling comedy about the unexpected dynamics between three generations of family... Seelig manages to impress and surprise once again...Villaverde has a plum role, showing off her vocal skills and her comedic chops as [B's] long-suffering daughter.” —Carly Maga, Toronto Star

"Sierra Holder [plays] the teenaged PP with a genuine sweetness and vulnerability...The music is catchy and well-performed" —Ilana Lucas, Mooney on Theatre

"a memorable, personal score [with] moments of really remarkable beauty...Music Music Life Death Music makes a singular impression and a strong argument for the rise of the musical theatre middle class." —Kelly Bedard, My Entertainment World

"Bea Arthur is alive and well and living in the body of Theresa Tova. See the supremely silly #MusicMusicLife" —Martin Morrow, Toronto Theatre Critics Association

"Truly a blast! (At times a tranquil blast, at others near-delirious)" —Steve Venright

"Theresa Tova’s performance is worth the ticket price alone" —Rebecca Perry

"Truly lives up to its title MUSIC MUSIC LIFE DEATH MUSIC. Rocking cast, heart-plucking lyrics, a true absurdical.” —Sophia Fabiilli


  MUSIC MUSIC LIFE DEATH MUSIC:  Tyler Emond (bass), Joshua Skye Engel (guitar), Lynette Gillis (drums), Adam Seelig (piano), Theresa Tova, Richard Harte, Sierra Holder and Jennifer Villaverde (Photo: Yuri Dojc)

MUSIC MUSIC LIFE DEATH MUSIC: Tyler Emond (bass), Joshua Skye Engel (guitar), Lynette Gillis (drums), Adam Seelig (piano), Theresa Tova, Richard Harte, Sierra Holder and Jennifer Villaverde (Photo: Yuri Dojc)

More press:

“Every family comes with its baggage. And this family, in MUSIC MUSIC LIFE DEATH MUSIC, has more than its share.” —Adam Seelig on CBC's Here and Now (May 24, 2018)