Music and Lyrics by Eli Bolin

Book by Hunter Bell and Lee Overtree

Choreographed by Connor Gallagher

Directed by Lee Overtree

Connor Gallagher came up with funky choreography that the shimmering performers in “Found” pull off, frequently barging in on the plot to recite notes that become off-handed commentary about the plot itself.
— Howard Shapiro, Newsworks
Managing the same close proximity for the cast’s dancing, choreographer Connor Gallagher is an invisible traffic cop who somehow keeps them from colliding while doing numbers that could fill a much larger space.
— Anders Back, Digital First Media
Bolin’s score is a skillful pastiche. There’s a dead-on Bob Fosse All that Jazz parody, juiced by Connor Gallagher’s sly choreography; rock-inflected Sondheim; echoes of Grease and Rent, and raise-the-roof soul.
— Julia M. Klein, Philadelphia Inquirer
And “What You Want” is a Kander and Ebb pastiche that showcases Connor Gallagher’s loose-limbed Fosse-like choreography.
— Tim Dunleavy, DC Metro Theatre Arts