Bonnie and Clyde

by Frank Wildhorn

Stage One Theatre

 

Directed by Buddy Butler

Choreography by Bridgette Loriaux

Music Direction by Greg Zima and Holly Jones

Costume Design by Natalie Barshow

Scenic Design by Fred Alim

About:

The musical is like a ghost story of the life of Bonnie and Clyde, reflecting on the romanticism, infamy, and fantasy of these faux heroes. Bonnie and Clyde represent what they wish they were against a background of what they are. The costumes are glamorized at times, as if they were walking out of a photograph to tell their glamorized story. But at points, color is used to show life, hope, and dreams; grounding them in reality.