These giant thuds make ReWrite's triptych of trivialities look like the first violet of spring. Way overamplified for the tiny space, Joe Iconis's bouncy show-rock score depicts the tiny stories of stock types: the geeky high school boy who can't get a prom date; the geeky future of the girl who turns him down; the geeky songwriter (named Joe) who invented them. No imaginative reach, no subtlety, everything wildly overdone—but youth, energy, and a hint of better things to come make up for a lot, as do terrific new presences like Badia Farha and A.J. Shively. Will they rescue the Broadway musical when they grow up? Hedge your bets and call it a Christmas wish.