It's 1971, and the geeks are about to inherit the earth in this pop-rock fantasy.

Loserville, the smash-hit, new musical from London's West End, takes geek to a whole new rock-pop level. Nominated for an Olivier Award for Best New Musical in 2013 and many more accolades, Loserville is based on the groundbreaking album, "Welcome to Loserville," from the band, Son of Dork.

It's 1971. Misfit computer geek, Michael Dork, and his friends are about to change the world. It's just that no one knows it yet. Michael's also discovered a girl, Holly, a prospect (almost) as exciting as his love of binary. If only he had the courage to talk to her! Perhaps things haven't changed that much after all!

You would never expect that the geeks would have inherited the world. But they did! Loserville gives us the seventies with a cast of characters that are totally recognizable and a score that's entirely contemporary. Featuring an electric pop-rock score and an hysterical book, this is an ideal show for high schools and colleges looking to rock out in a high-octane, no-holds-barred feel-great musical.

To visit the West End production website of Loserville, click here.

PLEASE NOTE: no production of the show licensed by Music Theatre International may reproduce any of the West End creative elements, including (but not limited to): direction, choreography, set, costume and lighting design.



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April 01, 2020
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Loserville Soundtrack

Hello - 

I was wondering if there were any perusal soundtracks or online access to the soundtrack to Loserville. I am very interested in the show as a project, but I would love to be able to hear all the music, which is easy to do with most musicals but seeminly difficult for this one. 


Any information on a possibility of doing so would be very appreciated!

Kevin James Sievert

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