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Bobby Strong (Benjamin Chow, centre) leads a Les Miserables-style revolt in Urinetown.

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Crime and its punishment, as meted out by Officer Lockstock (Adrian Pang, right) and his ilk.

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Urinetown villains as played by (from left) Andrew Marko, Sean Ghazi and Pang.

'Urinetown': Joy water

Pangdemonium’s musical satire Urinetown is a hilarious but disturbing look at capitalism and climate change
Oct 4, 2019 5:50 AM

IN A CITY of the future, catastrophic water shortages have forced the city’s inhabitants to cut back on their water consumption habits – which includes the privilege of having their own toilets at home. They instead have to pay to use the public toilets controlled by the nefarious

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