The Neighborhood is a new musical created from the stories of Dreamcatcher’s resident ensemble. It takes a loving and sometimes hilarious look at the way we live among the people around us who are not quite strangers, but also not quite friends. Dreamcatcher’s artistic director, Laura Ekstrand, wrote the book & lyrics; Joseph Zawila wrote the music.

Who ARE those people, anyway? This frank and funny evening of vignettes, monologues and songs will strike a chord with everyone who has wondered how much we really know about our neighbors, and how much we really want to know about them. These are the people we see every day on the train while commuting to work, the people next door whose dog drives us crazy, the people we wave at from a distance, and the people who cross the line from neighbor to friend by allowing us into their lives when it matters most.



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Dr Wily was incredibly well portrayed by David Maulbeck; disgusting, disgruntled and so full of misplaced hatred. This is probably the best acting I have seen of any game to film adaptation. If Maulbeck doesn’t get some kind of award for his performance, I will be thoroughly shocked and appalled. He is the Wily we know and love to hate, and never deviates from this path.

-Jassim Happa (http://attackofthefanboy.com)

I had so much fun making this Movie, I hope you all enjoy watching it! Dr. Wily, as terrible and evil as he is, has found a soft spot in my heart. Sure he’s pure evil, sure his mustache is “funky”, sure he vows to kill millions, but the guy knows FUN! Crazy? YES! Evil? Sure! Boring? No, never.

And a special congrats to Eddie Labron, the film’s director who pulled this off, despite all the doubters and nah sayers.