Composer and lyricist Laurence O'Keefe has carved his name in theatre history with his knack for turning subversive humor into infectious musical gems. Emerging from Harvard's Hasty Pudding Theatricals in the 90s, O'Keefe's offbeat genius took flight with Bat Boy: The Musical, an irreverent cult classic that earned him Lucille Lortel and Outer Critics Circle Awards. He further solidified his legacy with the bubbly satire of Legally Blonde, dazzling Broadway audiences and nabbing a Tony nomination for its infectiously catchy score. Whether tackling the dark comedy of Heathers or the whimsical world of The Cat in the Hat, O'Keefe's unique brand of musical mischief continues to captivate and entertain, leaving audiences humming long after the curtain falls.
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