Book by Randy Blair & Tim Drucker Music by Matthew roi Berger Lyrics by Randy Blair Choreography by Chase Brock Directed by Scott Schwartz
with Andrew Durand, Jennifer Geller, Leslie Kritzer, Katie Ladner, Jared Loftin, Taylor Louderman, Bonnie Milligan, Burke Moses, Larry Owens, Cole Ragsdale, Ryann Redmond, MiMi Scardulla, Nyla Watson, Kalyn West, Max Wilcox
Getting shipped off to weight-loss camp is hardly Robert’s idea of the perfect summer, but even he isn’t prepared for what can be lost or gained at Camp Overton, the No. 3 weight-loss camp in Southern Pennsylvania. With biting humor and irreverence, GIGANTIC tackles the growing pains of adolescence through the experiences of a bunch of misfit teens forced to find solace in one another as they look — inside and out — for acceptance, a hot make-out session, and the last contraband Butterfinger. A coming-of-age musical comedy fed by an infectious pop/rock score, GIGANTIC is created by Randy Blair, Tim Drucker, and Matthew roi Berger and is directed by Scott Schwartz (BAT BOY, TICK TICK BOOM).
To meet the campers in their Camp Overton application videos click here.
Performed at The Acorn Theatre on Theatre Row in Midtown (410 W. 42nd Street, between 9th & 10th Avenues).
Meet GIGANTIC’s campers in their Camp Overton application videos!
GIGANTIC’s Taylor Waldo discusses why she wants to go to Camp Overton.
GIGANTIC’s YouTube celebrity Darnell Parnell shares his tricked out explanation of what brings him to Camp Overton.
Daphne LaDuca will not be using her third trip to Camp Overton to lose her booty as you’ll see in her camp application video.
It might be best not to allow Robert Grisetti at Camp Overton. See for yourself…
(Brent) Broadway: WAR HORSE, SPRING AWAKENING. West End: THE UMBRELLAS OF CHERBOURG. Off-Broadway: LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST, THE WILD BRIDE, YANK, THE BURNT PART BOYS. TV: “Madam Secretary” guest star CBS. Andrew has toured the US and UK extensively doing multiple shows with Kneehigh Theater Co. to venues such as Berkeley Rep, Chicago Shakespeare, The Guthrie, St Ann’s Warehouse, Liverpool Everyman Playhouse, and The Bristol Old Vic.