A Horse of A Different Color Presents the World Premiere of FAIRYTALES: NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN, 8/8-23
A Horse of A Different Color is proud to present the world premiere of Fairytales: Not Suitable for Children, created by Morgan Ashley Madison, at Emerald City Theatre Company's The Little Theatre, 2933 N. Southport Ave. in Chicago. The preview will be Friday, August 8 at 10:30pm. The opening is Saturday, August 9 at 8pm, and the show will run Fridays at 10:30PM and Saturdays at 8PM with a special discounted Restaurant and Artist Industry night on Monday, August 18 at 10:30pm. The show runs from August 9-23.
Fairytales: Not Suitable for Children is directed by Morgan Ashley Madison. Musical direction and composition by Anthony Sanders.
The design and production team of Fairytales: Not Suitable for Children includes Katrina Dion (Assistant Director), M.E. Barker (Choreographer), Daniel Friedman (Lighting Designer), Jacob C. Shuler (Dramaturg), Mina Slater (Stage Manager), Morgan Greene (Assistant Stage Manager), and Dean Corrin (Artistic Consultant).
About the Play
This immersive musical spectacle propels audiences back into the joyful and carefree days of childhood. While audiences watch their most beloved tales go to new extremes they can leave "happily ever after" at the door and say hello to uproarious musical numbers, confetti canons, fairies in drag, magic, out of this world circus tricks, often inappropriate humor, and some good old fashioned catharsis.
"With this production I harken back to what folks must have felt like when they saw Steppenwolf or Lookingglass for the first time," Ernie Nolan, Emerald City's Artistic Director, says, "Something that is so unique and so intrinsically Chicago. Fairytales has all the things I love when I go to the theater: laughs, entertainment value, but I also think of an amazing amount of heart and that's what Fairytales really leaves you with at the end."
Due to some adult content and humor, Fairytales: Not Suitable for Children is, in fact, not recommended for children.
$10 general admission
$8 students and seniors
$6 Industry night and preview
Photos Credit: Morgan Madison