by Michael Meigs
Published on December 24, 2020
Human Resources, crafted in the familiar two-act American musical theatre format, has a lot more of SOUTH PARK than LITTLE SHOP to it; it's far more sardonic than playful. The farflung cast did a bangup job.
These pandemic times have driven us all a little mad; they've also driven directors, performers, and musicians into new digital realms. For what is more personal than theatre performance? Artistic creators can't simply choke off their sources, and performers must perform, or else they begin to die inside. New skill sets needed? Okay, acquire them or invent them. Mallory Schlossberg was at work on the concept and music for the appropriately mad musical Human …