No Place To Go
No Place To Go is the work of a new breed of American theater artist. It is of a type like Spring Awakening or February House which marries the traditional Broadway show with a grittier or deeper theme expressed by non-traditional musical styles, usually more appropriate to the subject matter than straight-on show-tunes.
“No Place to Go” is based on a true story of how Lipton found his way to what he calls the key word of 21st century employment: adaptability. In his cabaret-style show that begins with news that his company is about to relocate, Lipton works out his future through blues, folk, jazz and monologues.