If what's inside is just a lie, then what is Real?
"Passing Strange," the autobiographical rock musical about its star, Stew, that was developed by Berkeley Rep, received seven Tony Nominations, including best musical and four for Stew. Tracing the story of a permanent odd man out, Passing Strange follows Stew as he manages to never quite fit in with the African-American Baptist church of his youth, the free sex and drugs culture of Amsterdam or the alternative rock scene of his chosen career.
The final performance was captured by Spike Lee for the Sundance Film Festival and is certified 100% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes. This is Rock and Roll.