See Rock City & Other Destinations

See Rock City and Other Destinations is a contemporary musical about connections missed and made at tourist destinations across America. With a score that incorporates pop, rock, folk and more, each story builds on the last to create a vivid travelogue of Americans learning to overcome their fears and expectations in order to connect and reach their dreams.

Joshua LeClair impresses mightily with his engaging performance as a UFOlogist whose obsession with looking to the skies is both a reason for, and escape from, his failed relationship…

~Scott Matthewman, Music Theatre Review

Joshua LeClair is gorgeous as sci-fi geek Evan, searching for extra-terrestrials in a bid to prove his disbelieving ex-girlfriend wrong. There’s a wonderful quirkiness in the way he acts, his wide-eyed optimism incredibly infectious, but shatters as the hours of waiting wear on. The character himself might be a bit of a cliché, but there’s something just a little bit magical in LeClair’s delivery, that meant I just couldn’t keep my eyes off him.

~Ginger Hibiscus

Most stimulating is a runner about UFO-obsessed Evan, who’s swapped job and relationship security for a minute chance of revelation at Roswell. Offbeat “We Are Not Alone”, strongly delivered by LeClair, has a wistful quality and marginally subtler subtext that suggest real potential for this song cycle.

~Marianka Swain, The Arts Desk

Photo Credit: Claire Bilyard.

Joshua LeClair creates a gloriously dotty soul who is doomed to fail.

William Russell, Reviews Gate

Joshua Leclair as Evan is an adorable dweeb waiting for an alien invasion to back up his research…

~James Moore, So So Gay

Joshua Leclair as the alien hunting Evan in Roswell has a great geeky, boyish enthusiasm.

~Christopher Hong, The Public Reviews

Joshua LeClair’s recently-dumped UFO-hunting geek finds a real emotional punch…

~Ian Foster, There Ought To Be Clowns

This segment was so well acted, and transported me back to my younger days watching Peanuts when Linus annually spent Halloween in the Pumpkin Patch waiting for the Great Pumpkin to arrive.

~Terry Eastham, London Theatre 1