Mollywood premiered May 2008, playing alternate dates at Mary’s Attic and The Spot, Chicago IL.

In Scooty & JoJo’s  “parod-usical” Mollywood, the ultimate John Hughes muse Molly Ringwald is having a bad day.  Her family has forgotten her sixteenth birthday, she has no date for the prom, and she just got a whole day’s detention. What’s a girl to do?  Sing!

Chicago Tribune’s “Best of the Fringe – 2008”

“To see this group fully immersed in the lampoon lagoon of Molly Ringwald’s cinematic heyday is to see them at their best. – Nina Metz, Chicago Tribune

Scooty & JoJo set their sights on the first significant cinematic fables of Generation X:  the John Hughes teenpics of the mid-80s.  MOLLYWOOD fused the characters, storylines, and soundtracks of “Sixteen Candles”, “The Breakfast Club”, and “Pretty in Pink” into a campy lampoon and love letter to the sacred cows of an entire generation.

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


Charis Boyd, Scott Bradley, Jonny Stax, Clayton Faits, Michael S. Miller, Suzy Nelson, Calidonia Olivares, Jefrey B. Wilkerson, Chris Zonada


Created by Scott Bradley and Jonny Stax; Band Leader: Chris Zonada; Costume Design:  Steven Newmes; Sound & Hair Design:  Eric Daly; Production Stage Manager: Suzy Nelson; Production Assistants: Robert C. Moore & Amber Reyes; Producers: Charis Boyd, Scott Bradley, Cassandra Damm, Steven Newmes, Pat Smith & Jonny Stax


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