Baghdaddy, a musical by Marshall Pailet and A.D. Penedo, enjoyed a successful run off-Broadway at St. Luke’s Theatre. “The show begins in a church basement, where disgraced spies, along with the unwitting audience, gather for a support group meeting. The action soon shifts to Frankfurt Airport, where a mysterious Iraqi defector claims he built secret Iraqi bio-weapons labs. At CIA headquarters, our other characters are contending with their own ambitions, rash decisions, inflexible bosses, unrequited affections and unremitting boredom, when a fax arrives from Germany, and with it a golden opportunity. If the defector's story holds up, it will be the ticket out of the basement and into a corner office. It's all fun and games until the looming cataclysm changes everything.”
Brennan was honored to be a part of the show, described by the New York Times as “an important, cunning, rock-solid musical comedy with a terrible title.” Check out this story about the conception of the show in Playbill Check out the story on the conception of the musical in Playbill.