pH Productions' FLUX CAPACITOR: A VERY McFLY MUSICAL Now Playing
Great, Scott! pH Productions announces its new time traveling musical, Flux Capacitor: A Very McFly Musical opening at The pH Comedy Theater (1515 W. Berwyn Ave) in May!
Join Marty McFly as he is accidentally sent back 30 years in the past in a time-traveling Delorean invented by his professor best friend! Marty literally races against time to figure out a way back to the future all while making sure his parents actually meet, insuring his existence. With a hilarious script and score by Amanda Murphy and direction by Jason Geis (The Breakfast Club Musical, The Room: The Musical), Flux Capacitor will take you back to Hill Valley in a way you have NEVER seen it...or heard it.
"This will be my third big movie musical for pH and I couldn't be more excited," says director Jason Geis, "We've done classic 80's teen, we've done cult classic and now we're taking on a beloved summer blockbuster - it's really going to be a blast. Amanda Murphy has really captured all the spirit and fun of the original movie and turned it into a really exciting musical. All I can tease is that there is at least one Flux Capacitor costume - enough said".
Flux Capacitor: A Very McFly Musical opens on May 23rd at 9:30pm at The pH Comedy Theater (1515 W. Berwyn Ave). Ticket prices ranged from $10-$20. The show is BYOB. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.whatisph.com.
The pH Comedy Theater, located at 1515 W. Berwyn, is the home of not-for-profit comedy arts organization, pH Productions. pH Productions has been putting up original comedic work since 2002. The name pH comes from the idea of group chemistry. In science, the pH scale is used to measure how acidic or basic a substance is which explains pH Productions perfectly as they have a wide range of performers and shows that all add up to one funny solution. pH Productions' productions are a fully participatory experience and the audience leaves most every show having contributed to its outcome. pH also strives to be an affordable alternative, with most ticket prices $15 or less. pH Productions is also the producer of the Chicago Zombie Pub Crawl, which began in 2008 and welcomes nearly 1000 zombies into the bars of Andersonville every spring.