Book by Kevin Murphy & Dan Studney
Music by Dan Studney
Lyrics by Kevin Murphy
Directed by Daniel Korth
Musical Direction by Kelsey Morrow
Choreography by Marvin Ramey
Fridays and Saturdays, March 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 29, 30, April 5 & 6
Inspired by the original 1936 anti-drug propaganda film of the same name, REEFER MADNESS takes a delightfully funny and not-so-serious look at the hysteria caused when clean-cut kids fall prey to marijuana, leading them on a hysterical downward spiral filled with death, destruction, and… jazz. You won't be able to resist the campy fun of this hit musical comedy with addictive and clever numbers range from big Broadway-style showstoppers to swing tunes that go straight to your head!
Starring: Mariah Jordan, Kara Coughenour, Jeremy Swofford, Markelle Taylor, Gari Galanski, Nolan Long, Shelbe McClain, Jolie Roberson, Carlos Vera, Cheyenne Reyes, Eric Miranda, Kiera Gill, Eden Helston, Julie Benavides, Princess Pellet, Salvador Vidaurri
REEFER MADNESS is a highly stylized and satirical political commentary and is recommended for ages 16 and over due to adult humor, religious parody, drug use, suggested violence, and sexual explicitness.
This show’s VIP Tables include front row seating for two, a create your own cocktail tabletop bar (rum, vodka & mixers), and an assortment of mouthwatering munchies!
The Space Bar will be open with a new batch of custom-created cocktails!
DEATH COMES TO US ALL,
Written by Christopher Durang
Directed by Carlos Vera
Friday and Saturday, March 15 & 16 at 11:30PM
Sunday, March 17 at 6:00PM
Admission is $5 and tickets are available at the door.
The scene is a decaying mansion occupied by a family beset by all manner of problems: conceit, hatred, selfishness, incest and cruelty. Throughout, and despite the horrors encountered, all exude a kind of bland innocence which, oddly enough, seems to excuse their otherwise inexcusable behavior.
Vivien has returned to her childhood home because her father, the wealthy Mr. Jansen-Hubbell, is dying. In a fury at her treatment in this nutty family, she keeps trying to confront them all-- her narcissistic twin sons, her ex-husband whom barely speaks to her, her rejected daughter, and a few messed up servants-- without much success.
A bizarre, biting, darkly humorous look at the Pommes, a family on the periphery of life.