Book, Music, and Lyrics by Jonathan Larson



Directed by Scott Weinstein

Musical Direction by Jeremy Ramey

Set Design by Adam Veness

Lighting Design by Kristof Janezic



Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre, Chicago


 February 2016







Research and Inspirations






Selected Design Plates






Production Photos by Adam Veness








Misha Davenport, Broadway World:

"The pop culture flare also continues through to Izumi Inaba's costume designs which could best be summed up as '90s grunge meets Roy Lichtenstein. Ms. Inaba has made a rather interesting choice to include clothing featuring some iconic Marvel comic book images. ..." - Read full Review


Hedy Weiss, Chicago Sun-Times:

"...Izumi Inaba’s costumes a perfect mix of Goodwill-like castoffs and business polish." - Read full Review


Colin Douglas, Chicago Theatre Review:

"..., appropriately period costuming by Izumi Inaba" - Read full review 


Patrick O'Brien, Chicagoland Musical Theatre:

"...Izumi Inaba’s costume are well-tailored" - Read full review



Lauren Whalen, Chicago Theater Beat:

"Actors (clad in Izumi Inaba’s costumes, the clothing of authentically starving artists) roam the aisles and multi-leveled stage, spectators and participants both, pulling in the audience still further. " - Read full review