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We Three Lizas critical acclaim here

Space Invasion – Alien Queens

  • A.V. Club Chicago, December 1st, Leor Galil – “Behind Alien Queen” – video interview and snippets from tech rehearsal
  • Metromix Chicago, November 30th, Jessica Galliart – “December survival guide

Carpenters Halloween

  • Metromix Critic’s Pick
  • TimeOut Chicago Critic’s Pick and Around Town “Don’t Miss” Event
  • “A surprise cult hit.  See for yourself this Halloween Season.”- Kerry Reid, Chicago Tribune
  • “If only Broadway jukebox musicals were half this twisted…Bradley is an expert mimic – he’s got the Jamie Lee Curtis hair flip and facial expressions down cold.” – Nina Metz, New City Chicago
  • “Glory Hallelujah for Scooty & JoJo’s Carpenters Halloween at Mary’s Attic – Kirk Williamson, Nightspots
  • “John Carpenter’s Halloween and the music of Karen and Richard Carpenter are two great tastes that taste great together.” – TimeOut Chicago
  • Music makes Halloween even eerier” – Chicago Sun-Times, 10/19/07
  • Bradley a happy camper with ‘Birds’ and ‘Halloween‘” – Chicago Sun-Times, 10/26/07
  • “We were laughing so hard at this dynamic duo’s slasher spoof, Carpenters’ Halloween, that we had pinot noir coming out of our noses (eww).  We’re waiting with bated breath to see if lighting strikes twice.” – TimeOut Chicago, 11/8-14/2007

Mollywood

  • “To see this group fully immersed in the lampoon lagoon of Molly Ringwald’s cinematic heyday is to see them out their best. – Nina Metz, Chicago Tribune
  • Mollywood promises an abundance of 80’s music, John Hughes characters, and in typical Scooty & JoJo fashion, gay overload.” – Jason Heidemann, TimeOut Chicago
  • “A joyful and campy spectacle…you won’t want to miss this one!”– Marc Felion, Feast of Fools

Diva Brunch

  • “Oh, you have got to check this out…That is the first time I have ever had a brunch like that, and it was a blast.” – Janet Davies, 190North (May 3, 2009 Show)
  • “As if the dragocious spectacle isn’t enough, the food at Scooty & Jojo’s DIVA Brunch at The Spot is far beyond the standard brunch fare. My kudos to the chef, Joey! ” – Kirk Williamson, Nightspots
  • “Skip church and instead discover the gospel according to Scooty and JoJo.”
  • Jason Heidemann, Time Out Chicago

TRAN: The Atari Musical

  • “One of 5 Shows to See Now!”  – NewCity
  • “Like a runaway train – anything can happen” – Nina Metz
  • “Retro rock, cheap special effects and spandex outfits RULE at this new musical from theater WEIRDOS Scooty & JoJo.” – TimeOut Chicago
  • Metromix listed as a “Best Bet” each week
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