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Stew is a genius! he deserved to win the Tony for best book. if you love musicals like CATS, this might not be your cup of tea, but if you are ready to "feel the real" then PASSING STRANGE is for you.

Saw the Spike Lee film

Stew is genius! I have to buy the album--I need a soundtrack for my two-story middle class commute. This show is brilliant!

The Way Musicals Could Be... a perfect world. Stew wrote something that reminds of "Rent" in its rawness and honesty. There are so many wonderful parts of this musical, from the pastiche of "The Black One" to the tenderness in "Come Down Now", from the church where Youth gets his first religious experience to the funeral where he expresses his regret. What I love so much is how Stew celebrates art without neglecting love. Ultimately, his show states that there is no art without love--the most real thing is love. Make sure you watch Spike Lee's film of the show--it's wonderful and shows just how brilliant Stew and Heidi are.


Born: 1961 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Indie rock is hardly a traditional path to success on the Broadway stage, but Stew has never been an ordinary musician. As leader of the group the Negro Problem, he's crafted witty, literate, and intelligently constructed pop music that didn't bear much resemblance to the work of his peers, and the fact he was an African-American artist working outside the widely accepted confines of "black music" only made him seem that much more unique. After years of pleasing critics and a small number of loyal...
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