“An important, cunning, rock-solid musical comedy” (New York Times) takes a look at intelligence failures and the start of the Iraq war
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One general-admission ticket to see Who’s Your Baghdaddy, starting from $35
Who’s Your Baghdaddy
The New York Times calls Who’s Your Baghdaddy “an important, cunning, rock-solid musical comedy.” A lot can go into the creation of a mess. In the world of Who’s Your Baghdaddy the mess in question is the Iraq war, and the things that helped make that mess are ego, arrogance, fear, office politics, and a bunch of inept intelligence officers. The musical, created by Marshall Pailet (Triassic Park) and A.D. Penedo, peers into a support group—not for alcoholics or gamblers, but for the people who were responsible for the start of the war. That may sound touchy-feely, but don’t be fooled: dark, irreverent musical numbers, such as “Das Man,” pack the potentially painful story with razor-sharp wit.