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Ride the Cyclone

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Lyrics and Music

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Additional Material
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Synopsis

A teenage chamber choir from Uranium, Saskatchewan, die in a roller coaster accident at a traveling fair. Karnack, a mechanized fortune-telling machine, feels responsible for the young choir’s demise, and gives the teens a chance to express themselves to the world after death. Ride the Cyclone is their final recital, where they celebrate their individuality while coming to terms with their untimely demise.

Trivia & History

Ride the Cyclone is a sequel to Jacob Richmond's 2006 play Legoland, a non-musical (aside from one "ukelele ditty") which tells the story of two young siblings from Uranium, Saskatchewan, who sell their Ritalin to finance a cross-country trip.

In 2013 Richmond said he wanted to create a third play to complete the "Uranium Teen Scream Trilogy".

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