It seems some people think it's a delightful, hilarious and razor-sharp theatrical work of genius by Julien Nitzberg (libretto & direction) and Roger Neill (composer & musical direction).
Without getting too much into plot, The Beastly Bombing involves two separate terrorist teams, - two Timothy McVeigh-inspired white supremacists who arrive in New York to blow up the Brooklyn Bridge only to meet two Al Qaeda operatives who have arrived at the same place and time with the same plan. There are waltzes, mayhem, romance and more that follow in this musical skewering of the post 9/11 world. There's a power-mad president, his two drug-addled daughters and hilarity pretty much ensues from the get-go in a mad-cap, Gilbert-and-Sullivan-esque romp that has more smart things to say about 9/11 than a phalanx of self-important political bloggers.
And more detail:-
The musical begins on the Brooklyn Bridge with two white supremacists, molded after Timothy McVeigh, declaring their love for the U.S., but because they love the country oh-so-dearly, they must blow up the bridge to send a message to the Zionist puppet government. Then along come Abdul (Andrew Ableson) and Khalid (Russell Steinberg), two Al-Qaeda operatives who have also planned to blow up the bridge on the same day. I won't spoil who actually gets to the bridge, but you'd never believe it anyway.
Some people think that it's simply awful. Perhaps the idea could have worked if it weren't so poorly executed. The book and lyrics are attrocious and the plot becomes nonsensical beyond satire. The songs are plodding and repetative. A torturous evening.
Notice the tallitot:-
(Kippah tip: Sairy who wears a great hat)