The Center for the Arts was a full house all three nights. Theatre patrons wore tiaras, sequins, and red snakeskin boots and when they took their seats, an explosion of Andrew Munz in pink satin told them they came to see something that wasn’t going to happen.

Instead, Munz introduced his musical, Cowboys Like Us: A Fairy Tale. Originally based on his book by the same title, this seemingly off-the-cuff production was a very intelligent construction of theatrical homages, devices, and character construction.

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