The play — performed entirely by SDA seniors — is about a quaint diner, its neighborly inhabitants, a couple of tourists and the unstable war veteran who takes them hostage.
Indie pop band The Aces opened the evening with live renditions of their groovy synth hits.
Damien Chazelle and Ryan Gosling reunite to tell the story of astronaut Neil Armstrong.
At the first season’s midpoint, however, it’s clear that it won’t recapture the magic of that film, despite being renewed for a second season Wednesday.
She paired a sparkly green jumpsuit with neon green eyeliner, capturing the fans’ attention as she opened the night with “Come On Then.”
Between sets, patrons entertained themselves with attractions as quirky and surreal as Adult Swim’s content — a mechanical bull shaped like a hot dog, a “Rick and Morty”-themed mini-golf course and a giant dome representing Meatwad from “Aqua Teen Hunger Force.”
The play begins in the offices of an unnamed American magazine, and tensions between co-workers drive the plot from the get-go.
Instead of spelled-out plot points, this film offers something deeper.
Gaga dazzles in her role as the up-and-coming singer Ally, but because of more than just her vocal prowess.
Pitch-shifted vocals return with a vengeance, shaping melodies in the background throughout the record.