Abso-freakin'-lootly (pun intended) it's a rare occurance when the disabled get to make the other side feel uncomfortable about who they are and damned effective I might add. Thanks for the vote for my PHAMALY I am proud to say I've been bleased to be with them for twenty years
Best Musical Number Denver 2009 - "Come Look at the Freaks," Side Show
Amid the thunderous chords of "Come Look at the Freaks," the first number in Side Show, the cast formed a ragged circle at the perimeter of the stage. Although their expressions varied — blank or determined, resigned or defiant — they were all looking at us, the audience. You, they seemed to say, you, sitting comfortably in your plush seat, you whose muscles move smoothly over bone, whose voice emerges from your throat uncracked and whose body responds unhesitatingly to your barely conscious demands. Perhaps it's you who's the freak — because of what you don't know, and the blind, heedless way you move through life, complaining when the bus is late or your coffee's a little bitter. Defiance, rage, even a hint of exultation — they were all part of this fierce, powerful number.