It's loud, irreverent, but not pointless. A story of teenage angst is told thru the music. Conceived in the Bush era this show is both artistic and uncomfortable at the same time. John Gallagher, Jr., Stark Sands and Michael Esper lead the cast in a 90 minute multi-media, alcohol, drug, and profanity laced tour de force.
Green Day may not be your favorite band and watching a group of kids come of age in different, yet predictable ways may not be the ideal night in theatre - but the "shock and awe" on stage might just win you over. Will it last? I think at least as long as Spring Awakening. Longer? Not sure.