Musicals by Adi Sara Kreindler

Larry Knight Larry Saves the Canadian Healthcare System

This satirical romp through the healthcare bureaucracy follows an idealistic young policy analyst who dreams of achieving change from within - only to be foiled at every turn.  Fast-paced, irreverent, and chock full of nutritious evidence! 

Watch the 11-episode micro-series here.  First batch of episodes launches 06.16.22.
Clayton The Perfect Man

An anthropologist comes to study a reality dating show, expecting to stay safely above the fray.   She doesn't expect the bachelor to be her high school crush.  

With an exuberant score in the style of Golden Age Broadway, The Perfect Man holds up a mirror to the warped world of modern romance.
I Married the King poster I Married the King of the Underworld and My Mom Freaked

A reimagining of the Greek myth of Persephone as an offbeat coming-of-age story.  Featuring a singing three-headed dog, a misunderstood Medusa, and a Zeus with an uncanny resemblance to a certain President - plus, a sparkling original score that hearkens back to classic Broadway. Like the goddess, the musical oscillates between light and darkness, offering zany humour, satire, romance, and the poignant story of an unbreakable mother-daughter bond. 

I Married the King... played to an outstanding audience response at the 2019 Winnipeg Fringe Festival. Watch for Persephone's return.
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Dracula's Sorrow.  A dark song cycle that reimagines Bram Stoker's classic novel as a tragic love story.
Fringe 2009 poster
Fidel Castro's Guide to Internet Dating

This one-woman revue shocked audiences by having nothing whatsoever to do with Fidel Castro.  Nonetheless, it garnered standing ovations and comparisons to satire icon Tom Lehrer at the Winnipeg Fringe Festival, 2009.  Check out the live video.