By GRACE Z. LI, CRIMSON STAFF WRITER February 19, 2016
"And the songs of true sophomore music major Dylan MarcAurele (Quincy | East Granby, CT), such as Messrs. Hannibal and Colby's pas de don't in "Acquit While We're Ahead" and the anti-necrophilia anthem "You've Got a Live One Here," are fantastick. "O Brothel, Where Art Though?" is ready for a professional venue in NYC with a seating capacity between 100 and 499."
"Comedians’ X-rated improvised songs are shocking sold-out crowds in Fort Point ... Gems like 'Got the Clap,' sung to the tune 'Let it Go' from 'Frozen,' or 'We’re Having Sex Tonight,' sung to Randy Newman’s 'Toy Story' classic 'You’ve Got a Friend in Me.' ... A pianist supplies the live background music."
"The music, composed by Dylan MarcAurele ’16, is quite sophisticated and accommodates an impressive number of musical styles from tango music to rap breaks. MarcAurele’s score works very well as a comedy since many of the numbers draw themes from different musical genres as well as other notable musicals."
"Some of the show’s humor comes from its self-awareness that it is, in fact, a musical, as seen in the jazzy number “Montage Song,” in which characters zipped swiftly through the nine circles of Hell ahead of an acknowledged imminent intermission ... the skillful performance of the pit orchestra, in particular the saxophone and cello parts, made the cohesion of the show possible."