Brad Ogden


A Greek muse descends from Mt. Parnassus to the beaches of Venice, California to inspire a frustrated, young artist to greatness—by opening a roller disco. Xanadu is at once a boisterous homage to 1980s culture and an uproarious send-up of the cult film that shares its name. This myth-packed tale of dream-chasing, art-making, and rule-breaking features an impressive roster of songs made famous by Electric Light Orchestra, The Tubes, and Olivia Newton-John. Don’t miss your ticket to the wildest beach party this year.

The amount of time that was put into every single aspect of this high-energy and humorous piece is profound.
— The Signal