Maryland Ensemble Theatre to Stage LAUGH STATION: EXTRACTION, 3/7-8
Maryland Ensemble Theatre (MET) will present another installment of the surreal, sci-fi horror extravaganza that is the Laugh Station series. The booze filled antics of the intrepid crew continue with the conclusion of an epic two-parter, Laugh Station: Extraction! We last left the crew beaten, humiliated and scattered across the galaxy. They must race against the clock to save their fearless leader from the clutches of her evil twin brother. Along the way, they'll battle sexy ninjas, drink rum out of coconuts, start a robot revolution, hang out with ghosts, huff glue and perform high flying song and dance numbers. But will they be able to save the day in time for happy hour? All this and more, in the latest thrilling, chilling, mind altering space comedy from the boys, girls and 'bots aboard Laugh Station. Laugh Station: Extraction is intend for mature audiences only!
Laugh Station: Extraction is co-written and directed by MET company member Matt Lee, who will be familiar to MET audiences from The Glass Menagerie, End Days, and numerous other shows. Matt's co-writer Jack Colliver stars alongside the intergalactic talents of Brian Artusio, Lisa Burl, Joe Colliver, Joe Jalette, Eric Jones, Mac Kennedy, Matt Lee, Trevor Marin, Courtney McLaughlin, Colin Shultzaberger and Bailey Sterling. All original music is by Joe Colliver, Mak Kennedy and Trevor Marin.
Maryland Ensemble Theatre will present Laugh Station: Extraction as part of its MET-X series, created to expand the collective horizons of the MET ensemble and its audience. Performances are March 7 and 8 at midnight at Maryland Ensemble Theatre (31 W Patrick St. Frederick) located in the historic FSK Hotel. Tickets are $11.50 (includes all ticketing fees) and may be purchased by phone at (301) 694-4744, online at marylandensemble.org, or in person at the MET box office
Now in its sixteenth season the Maryland Ensemble Theatre produces thought-provoking theatre, fun family entertainment, artist residency programs for public schools, theatre camps, challenging classes and side-splitting comedy.
Photo Credit: Bailey Sterling