An original story based on the Wicked Clone or how to deal with the evil novel by Mihaela Modorcea — a “book for an Oscar winning movie,” (Barnes & Noble) Wicked Clone or how to deal with the evil The Cinema Musical is the story of a vampire bitten by a human being. Born without a heartbeat, memories or Inspiration, Mihaela pulls her fangs out and runs from Transylvania to New York in order to love, to be a human being. Yet her “Wicked Clone” twin sister Gabriela follows her through time and space to bring her back to who she was. Mihaela’s fangs begin to reappear. However, her dream is more powerful than any fear.
The heroes of Wicked Clone The Cinema Musical step out of the screen—from the 15th century to the stage of St. Luke’s Theatre—taking along the audience to a realm of immortal love and song. Indiggo Twins awaken the hearts through a-Holy-Fire spirited performance sharing a-one of-a-kind story about the greatest being on Earth—the human being. Through 21 original pop-gypsy melodies, a filmic and symphonic soundtrack, theatrical hip-hop choreography, en-vogue Transylvanian costumes created by Mihaela & Gabriela Modorcea, the identical twin sisters born in Transylvania aim to inspire the audience to reach their greatest purpose in life—to be Creators, alike God.
With a Shakespearian atmosphere and a theme in the likes of Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy or Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist, Wicked Clone The Cinema Musical is a bold challenge—a rebirth for the spectator eager to join The Twins’ Immortal Ride!
“The stars and creators of the Wicked Clone The Cinema Musical—Mihaela & Gabriela Modorcea are “a triple threat as writers, artists and actresses. The most hardworking and passionate Artists I have ever met! It doesn’t surprise me that their talent and drive were recognized by Swizz, Jay-Z, and Kanye when they opted to use them on the Watch the Throne album.” – Broadwayworld
“When their show and their album hit the streets, they are going to be unstoppable!”- David Sonenberg, producer of When We Were Kings movie.