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Fantastic Show for All
As an actor and director I have had the privilege to be in this show and direct it on two separate occasions. The show is a classic love interest with colorful characters who have a heartwarming and humorous relationship. The show works perfectly in a small intimate venue as well as many other options. Personally I feel the music lends itself best to a live band to really fulfill the feel the authors originally intended for it.  

by Thomas Colby on 11/4/2013 3:39 PM

A True Delight!
This musical is heaps of fun, with characters and stories that are sincere and poignant, both modern and timeless.  

by Ann Whitney on 10/21/2013 4:53 PM

Good times in the trailer park
Terrific music, nice book. Broad appeal to all audiences.

by Catherine Rategan on 10/9/2013 2:34 PM

A fun show with meaningful undertones
Great music, comedic dialogue, and the prerequisite love story, this musical comedy also generates a discussion about many important issues important to all of us.  Definitely recommended!

by Arnie Saks on 10/8/2013 4:31 PM

by Maureen Lattimore on 10/8/2013 12:02 PM

Lust 'N' Rust
I saw Lust 'n' Rust The Musical years ago when it debuted in Chicago.  As long as it has been since I saw this, I remember well and fondly the sheer delight it evoked in me.  It was whimsical, yet poignant.  It was a bit "over the top" and still real.  It was a look at a culture I was not accustomed to and yet, it felt like I'd known the characters forever.  It was a joy!  Bring it back to Chicago; I could go for another helping of kitschy theater!

by cathy cotter on 10/7/2013 9:12 PM

"Lust n Rust"
I had the pleasure of being involved with Kingston, New York's  Coach House Players' production of "Lust N Rust" last fall, playing Redbud Mobile Estates owner "Red". The music has me dancing and singing a year later. I just can't shake those energetic - and sometimes tearfully touching - tunes. The story line is capable of reaching out and involving everyone - we've all been there in one way or another. The characters, most of them "working folk"(although the "executive-types" are also represented), are at once stereotypical, yet unique and individual, and fresher than my Aunt Tillie's most special home-made souffle! I found myself caring for (and rooting for!) these "every-men"....and "every-women"! Being a part of "Lust n Rust" was an "eighteen wheeler load of fun" - and equally important, it inspired pause for pondering what is it in our lives that is of honest and real importance. "Lust n Rust" has it all: music, lyrics, and story line that will have the audience dancing in their seats (or even in the isles) and, at times, shedding a tear. It is filled with sidesplitting humor within the very witty, well-developed script. It has characters that cast, crew, and audience will honestly care about. Questions are put forth that have us thinking well beyond our stay at the theatre. "Lust n Rust" is  a "pick-up full" of fun, and a whole lot of "good-ole worthwhile!!"  Pull up a lawn chair. Have a beer or three. We have room for your mobile trailer and pickup right over there!

See this musical and you will LOVE it. Be a part of it's production and it will remain a part of you. YEEEHAAHHH for "Lust n Rust" -  I'm now and forever "MOBILIZED"!!!

by David Rubenstein on 10/7/2013 5:57 PM

Great show
I was blessed enough to be in the original cast of Lust 'n' Rust. I have been performing for almost 20 years and have toured the US performing for years.

Doing this project was some of the most fun I have ever had in a production. The book is witty, cute, funny and clever.  The music was incredibly fresh and fun to sing and I walked into the theater excited to perform this production every night.  

One might think that a trailer park musical may seem cliche and trite, but this show has heart, brains and incredibly catchy music. Can't recommend enough.

by Heather Moran on 10/6/2013 4:51 PM

Lust 'n' Rust was great fun for both cast and audience
I had the privilege of playing the role of Steve in the Coach House Players production of Lust 'n' Rust in Kingston, NY in 2012. This charming show has everything one could hope for from a production: a fun soundtrack, colorful characters and a plot that is both easy to follow and relavant. My cast-mates and I enjoyed discovering the comic nuance of the script and our audiences raved that the production was both entertaining and endearing. Lust 'n' Rust is a great example of the type of lesser-known scripts a production company can profitably stage. I can't wait for the opportunity to see it brought to life again!

by Edward Kleinke on 10/6/2013 1:26 PM