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Holy Musical B@man! (HD) full show02:07:47

Holy Musical B@man! (HD) full show

Holy Musical B@man! is a musical with music and lyrics by Nick Gage and Scott Lamps, and a book by Matt Lang and Nick Lang.

Holy Musical B@man! is a parody musical based upon DC Universe's Batman. The name "Holy Musical B@man!" is a reference to the 1960s television series, Batman with Adam West and Burt Ward. Robin (Burt Ward) would often make a pun related to the related conflict by saying "Holy ____!" which gave inspiration to the play's name. After the brutal murder of his parents, Bruce Wayne commits his life to waging a one-man war on crime. But when he realizes that life isn't fun when you're alone, he sets out to find a super friend.

The musical was performed March 22–25, 2012, at the Hoover-Leppen Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.  It was produced by StarKid Productions and directed by Matt Lang. The musical stars an ensemble cast featuring Joe Walker as the Batman, and Nick Lang as his sidekick Robin. The group put the entire musical up on YouTube on April 13, 2012 


ACT 1Edit

The show opens with young billionaire Bruce Wayne witnessing his parents get mugged and shot by a nameless villain. As he grows up, Bruce vows to seek out and destroy evil so that what happened to him will never happen again, deciding to dress up as a giant bat and fight crime as the masked vigilante "Batman" ("Holy Musical B@man!"). Batman is universally loved by the citizens of Gotham City for being a dark and angsty anti-hero. This is despite the fact that Batman irrationally hates them all, holding the people of Gotham responsible for letting his parents die and considering them all (potential) criminals. He arrives at a ceremony to receive the Key To The City from Commissioner Gordon, but clashes with Superman, a smug and all-powerful superhero from Metropolis who constantly upstages Batman (but is secretly jealous of his popularity). After leaving the ceremony in a huff and arriving home, Batman comes to the realization that he doesn't have any real friends, and fires his loyal butler Alfred after he discovers that he was pretending to be Lucius Fox. Alfred immediately returns disguised as "O'Malley, the Irish butler" and both he and Batman lament ("Dark, Sad, Lonely, Knight"). Superman, also feeling lonely due to his lack of popularity, calls Batman and leaves an apologetic voicemail, inviting him to an upcoming battle with Solomon Grundy that he's trying to organize with other heroes.

The Council of Rogues, a group of Gotham's most famous super-villains - The Penguin, Catwoman, Poison Ivy, Scarecrow, Mr. Freeze and the Riddler - meet to discuss how Batman is foiling all of their crimes ("Rogues Are We"). Their meeting is interrupted by Sweet Tooth, the newest villain in town, who swiftly seizes control of the Rogues. He then hatches a plan to rouse every villain in Gotham, no matter how lame or derivative, and kill Batman by overwhelming him with sheer numbers ("Rogues Are We (Reprise)"). Batman is crying in his room when Alfred introduces him to a visitor: the orphaned acrobat Dick Grayson. Batman and Dick realize they have a lot in common and quickly strike up a friendship. Bruce reveals his secret identity as Batman, to which Dick reveals that he wishes to become his sidekick, Robin. Together they set out and take on the hordes of lame new villains plaguing Gotham, both happier than they have ever been. ("Dynamic Duet").

ACT 2Edit

The citizens of Gotham react badly to Robin, feeling that his wisecracking and light-hearted antics detract from Batman's image as a lone, dark anti-hero ("Robin Sucks"). Meanwhile, Superman grows even more jealous of Batman and his new friendship after no-one showed up to his Solomon Grundy battle. "O'Malley" tells Batman he agrees with Gotham's opinion on Robin and Batman fires him; he returns yet again as "Quon Li, the Chinese butler". While rescuing Rachel Dawes, Robin is captured by Sweet Tooth, who also takes three thousand people hostage in Gotham Square. Sweet Tooth then sets up a Facebook poll, letting the people of Gotham decide whether he kills Robin or poisons the water supply with a lethally-sour Warhead. Seeing Batman torn between saving Gotham or Robin, Alfred "returns" and comforts him. Batman, believing that Gotham will choose to sacrifice Robin to save themselves, decides to rescue Robin and let Gotham City suffer the consequences. In response to this, President Barack Obama enlists Superman to defeat Batman before he can rescue Robin and doom the citizens of Gotham ("The American Way").

Batman breaks through Sweet Tooth's barricade around Gotham Square and confronts the supervillain, who flees with Robin. Batman's pursuit is interrupted by Superman, and the two heroes fight each other ("To Be A Man"). Superman dominates the fight until Batman brings out a chunk of Kryptonite, weakening Superman and leaving him lying powerless in the street. Batman corners Sweet Tooth, but the villain attempts to throw Robin into a vat of boiling hot chocolate. Batman saves Robin and lets Sweet Tooth fall into the vat instead, but not before Sweet Tooth activates the Warhead launch and successfully poisons the water supply. Robin is appalled that Batman would leave Gotham City to die, and after checking the Facebook poll, it is revealed that the people of Gotham chose to sacrifice themselves instead of killing Robin.

Realizing that he can believe in the people of Gotham City after all, Batman puts aside his pride and calls on Superman to save the day, mending the rift between them. Superman travels back in time by flying around the world until he reverses the rotation of the Earth, which allows him to intercept the Warhead before it can be deployed and throw it into the Sun. With their new friendship established, Superman and Batman form the Super Friends with various other superheroes ("Super Friends"), including Spider-Man (who is really Alfred in another disguise).


Cast and charactersEdit

Actor/Actress Character
Nico Ager Sluggers

Sherlock Holmes Citizen Mercury Plastic Man

Julia Albain Vicki Vale

Evil Mother Goose Martha Wayne Zatanna

Chris Allen Alfred Pennyworth/Lucius Fox/O'Malley/Qwang Li/Spider-Man

Two-Face

Jaime Lyn Beatty Candy

Poison Ivy The Sun The Flash

Jeff Blim Sweet Tooth

Aquaman Joe Chill

Denise Donovan Catwoman

Pizza Girl Venus Black Canary

Brian Holden Superman/Clark Kent

Evil Huckleberry Finn

Nick Lang Robin

Barack Obama Mobster

Lauren Lopez Commissioner Gordon

Calendar Man Evil King Arthur Green Arrow

Jim Povolo Matches

Mr. Freeze Hawkman Photoshop Downloader Joe

Dylan Saunders Scarecrow

Green Lantern Narrator Mobster Construction Worker Egghead Gob

Meredith Stepien Riddler

TGI Fridays Worker Chase Meridian Geek Rachel Dawes Hostage Earth Wonder Woman

Nicholas Joseph Strauss-Matathia Penguin

Police Chief O'Hara Hoodie Teen Thomas Wayne Mr. Mxyzptlk Captain Marvel

Joe Walker Batman

Chilly Willy

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All actors performed minor ensemble roles.

This is the first StarKid-related Production since 2007's Little White Lie that Chris Allen has performed a major role in (he had a cameo role in Starship).

This is the second StarKid production (the first being Little White Lie) that Joey Richter is not involved in (he was filming for Disney Channel's Jessie).

This is also the first StarKid production that Darren Criss is not involved in any way, neither acting nor songwriting (due to his involvement with FOX's Glee).

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