Phoebe's got a problem....
No matter where she goes, no matter what she does,
she is constantly finding herself in a musical. While this wouldn't be a
problem to some folks, Phoebe tries to escape by taking a job in a
laundromat. Everything is fine until one day Phoebe looks up and sees the
audience, the lights, everything. Biz, Fab, and Cheer; three muses rise up
out of the washers and explain to Phoebe that there is no escaping this musical
until she finishes the show and follows the rules to get there. Reluctantly, and with
more than a little sarcasm, Phoebe enlists the help of Gary, a pathetic cuckcold
who was just minding his own business. Jack and Jill enter and the race to finish the
musical begins. Along the way, they encounter Heinrich von Baddie, Phoebe's boss
and the representation of villiany in the play. Faced with impending doom (and marriage)
Phoebe and her new friends sing themselves through many different emotions and
stories, culminating in the classic confrontation of good and evil: a landlord
wearing leiderhosen and a government agent wearing a jet-pack.
Featuring the witty reparte of Scott Auden's dialogue and Bill Arnold's music,
Lint! The Musical takes the audience through the musical experience.
If you didn't know the rules going into it, you'll certainly know them afterwards.
So really, this show is a public service for people who find themselves stuck
in musicals and don't know what to do.