I think we can all agree that Octomom is a real piece of work… but is she a work of art? Apparently, starting on July 18th, the answer will be: yes. She’s the subject of a new musical entitled Octomom: The Musical! at LA’s Fake Gallery.
No kidding, Nadya Suleman has an open invitation from the show’s producers to come check it out for free during the run. From People:
“We have a whole row of seats – 14 of them – reserved for her,” says film and TV actor Chris Voltaire, who not only wrote the musical but will also play the role of Suleman’s controversial fertility doctor.”
Octomom: The Musical is sure to be a favorite for those looking to revel in the freak show, but will this production cast any light on the details of Nadya Suleman’s life? Ha! I really doubt it.
For those juicy and candid tidbits, you’ll have to tune into her reality show, if it ever really gets filmed and aired. Until then, a theater company’s sure-to-be campy take on the Octomom’s saga will have to suffice.
Judging from the costumes, I’m guessing that it’s a dark comedy. Oh yeah, and the fact that there’s a chorus line of “dancing Snuggie-clad Octuplettes.”