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The Exorcist
An Operetta

Time: 1973

Setting: Georgetown, Washington

Genre: Musical Comedy

Breakdown: 1 Performer

Length: One Act (90 Minutes)

A tongue-in-cheek variation of the 1970s horror classic, The Exorcist: An Operetta is a solo musical comedy performed by way of narration, dialogue, and song.

Reviews:

Robyn Grant-Moran, Intermission Magazine:

  • Imagine if famed operettists Gilbert and Sullivan wrote 'The Exorcist'...it would be filled with romance, charming rhymes, peppy melodies, and devilishly funny jokes. Thankfully Eli Pasic has done just that and created the best operetta no one asked for."

Ilana Lucas, Broadway World Toronto:

  • “His lyrics are clever and sometimes surprising, and yes, they incorporate all the profanity and bodily fluids of the original, set to the rousing choruses full of party guests and servants that are the hallmarks of the musical form. It’s a delightfully strange mashup...and entirely enjoyable, a…smooth operetta.”

Simply Call The Exorcist
00:00 / 02:17
The Girl Has Gone Insane
00:00 / 02:28
A Pretty Little Pair (Plus One)
00:00 / 04:19
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