After a successful premiere in Santa Barbara last summer, Bad Daddy: The Musical travels east to Harvard Square, where a colorful cast of characters gathers to celebrate Daddy's 50th birthday at OBERON.
But Daddy's not in the mood to celebrate. He's been hit hard by the recession, and he has an estranged daughter who would rather hangout with her cell phone than her father. Daddy thinks that cell phone is a gateway drug to a chip in the brain. She thinks it's a bridge to the future, and anyone that doesn't agree should step out of the way. Why doesn't everyone have some drinks, and come out slugging.
It's the Millennials vs. the Boomers in the WTF Company's dark comedy about communication breakdown in the 21st Century. Set to a catchy Adult Alternative score written by former journalist Rick Cipes, (L.A. Times, L.A. Weekly, Los Angeles Magazine, AOL, Playboy, and ESPN Magazine, where he was a humor consultant).