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Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 6/17/2007

Below is BroadwayWorld.com's Upcoming Events calendar updated on 6/17/2007. For the complete calendar of upcoming events, concerts, openings, closings and more, visit BroadwayWorld.com's Event Calendar.

Broadway Bares! - 6/17/2007

Some of Broadway's sexiest perfomers will strut their stuff in the latest "Broadway Bares," which will be presented at Roseland Ballroom (239 West 52nd Street) on June 17th for two performances at 9:30 PM and midnight.

The racy Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS benefit is the 17th edition of "Broadway Bares," which was created by Tony Award-winner Jerry Mitchell (upcoming Legally Blonde, La Cage Aux Folles, Hairspray). Last year's Broadway Bares, which brought in a record-breaking $659,500 for BC/EFA, featured stars such as Sandra Bernhard, Mario Cantone, Cyndi Lauper, Alan Cumming and Fran Drescher. A cast for "Broadway Bares 17" has not yet been announced.

Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS (BC/EFA) is the nation's leading industry-based, nonprofit AIDS fund raising and grant making organization. BC/EFA is the on-going, committed response from the American theater community to an urgent worldwide health crisis. By drawing upon the talents, resources and generosity of theatrical community, BC/EFA raises funds for AIDS-related causes across the United States. Since it's founding in 1988, BC/EFA has raised over $100 million for critically needed services for people with AIDS, HIV, or HIV-related illnesses.

For more information, visit www.BroadwayCares.org.

Wicked - Japan - 6/17/2007

"Wicked" continues to go international, with upcoming productions planned for Japan and Germany.

The blockbuster musical will open at Tokyo's Dentsu Shiki Theatre on June 17th, while "Wicked — Die Hexen Von Oz," will open on November 15th at the Palladium Theatre in Stuttgart, Germany.

The productions join a previously announced staging that will be presented in Australia. Wicked currently runs on Broadway, in London, Chicago, Los Angeles and on national tour.

Carmen - La Jolla Playhouse - 6/17/2007

A new and restaged Carmen, directed by Cirque du Soleil's Franco Dragone, will premiere at La Jolla Playhouse beginning June 5, opening June 17.

"Dragone breathes new life into Carmen, Prosper Mérimée's brutal tale of sensuality, passion and obsession, infusing it with dazzling imagery, original music and dance," states press notes, "Charged with the raw emotional power of Flamenco and original contemporary music, the classic story of love and betrayal is told from the perspective of José, a soldier who becomes ensnared by the stunningly beautiful seductress Carmen. The world premiere musical tells a tale defined by sensuality, passion and obsession." Contains adult language and situations.

Carmen begins previews June 5 with a press opening June 17 at 7PM. Performances continue through July 22. Show times are Tuesdays & Wednesdays at 7:30PM; Thursdays & Fridays at 8PM; Saturdays at 2 & 8PM; and Sundays at 2 & 7PM. There are no Saturday matinees during first preview week and first week of regular run.

Performances at the Mandell Weiss Theatre at La Jolla Playhouse, located at 2910 La Jolla Village Drive, La Jolla, CA 92037.

Tickets ($40-$100) are available by phone at 858-550-1010 or at www.lajollaplayhouse.org. In person at the box office, located at 2910 La Jolla Village Drive, La Jolla, CA 92037.

The Fabulous Life of a Size Zero - 6/17/2007

Isaac Robert Hurwitz and Métropole Ink, in association with Jossip.com, will present Marissa Kamin's The Fabulous Life of a Size Zero, directed by Ben Rimalower, Off-Broadway at the DR2 Theatre (103 East 15th street at Union Square) June 14-July 1. The official opening night for is set for June 17 at 7pm.

Ben Rimalower (Joy, Leslie Kritzer is Patti LuPone at Les Mouches) directs a young ensemble cast that includes Anna Chlumsky (My Girl 1 and 2, "30 Rock"), Gillian Jacobs (Cagelove, upcoming Blackbird film), Kate Reinders (Wicked, Gypsy, Into the Woods), Christopher Sloan (Joy) and Brian J. Smith. Featured live on stage will be HX's 2005 & 2006 DJ of the Year, DJ Brenda Black spinning the soundtrack nightly.

As described in press materials, "The Fabulous Life of a Size Zero follows a girl in her senior year of high school as she attempts to achieve the ultimate: effortless perfection. Feeling the pressure of the forces around her, she shrinks to a size zero and descends into a filthy/gorgeous world of booze, beauty and boyfriends all while attempting to get into the Ivy League school of her choice. The tabloids, headlines and blogs of today explode onstage with humor, wit and brutal honesty as Size Zero proposes, 'How can a girl find herself if she is lost being someone else?'"

Tickets are $18 and currently available online or by phone at telecharge.com (212.555.1212). Visit www.thefabulouslifeofasizezero.com for more information.

Citizen Josh - Closing - 6/17/2007

Jonathan Reinis Productions, Z Space Studio and Magic Theatre presents the world premiere of Citizen Josh, written and performed by Josh Kornbluth, to play at the Magic Theatre May 12 – June 17, opening May 19.

Citizen Josh is in collaboration with director David Dower and production designer Alex Nichols. "Our favorite Red Diaper Baby grows up and tilts at the challenges of fully participating in the American democratic experiment. In signature Kornbluth-ian style, Citizen Josh is funny, smart, moving – and just in time," states press notes, "Inspiration for Citizen Josh came to Kornbluth after the election in 2004, when he came to the conclusion that perhaps, just perhaps, voting was not quite enough. As a father and a citizen, he wanted answers to several pertinent questions. How do I make the world a better place for our children? Where does power come from? Is democracy even possible today? From the red/blue divide to global warming to rebuilding the playground at Berkeley's Ohlone Park, no subject is too big for our Quixotic hero!"

Previews are May 12-18, Opening May 19 at 8:30PM, with performances through June 17. Show times: Tuesdays-Saturdays at 8:30PM; Sundays at 2:30 & 7PM. No show Tuesday May 15 or 22.

Tickets ($20-$45; Opening Night $75) are available by phone at 415-441-8822, online at www.magictheatre.org, or by visiting the box office (Tue-Friday 12-5PM). Magic Theatre is located on the 3rd floor of Building D of Fort Mason Center, at the intersection of Marina Blvd and Buchanan Street.

DGUR Concert #5 @ Beechman - 6/17/2007

David Gurland channels Judy Garland for Gay Pride 2007 on Sunday June 17th, 2007 as part of the DGUR Concert series at the Laurie Beechman Theatre. With Guest appearances by Brandon Cutrell, Brian Farley, Rob Maitner.

In the fifth installment of the DGUR Concert series, in celebration of the beginning of Gay Pride Week in New York, David Gurland and the Laurie Beechman Theatre will present an evening of songs made famous by the incomparable Judy Garland. In the great tradition of other out artists, like Rufus Wainwright, the evening will cover songs from Judy's films as well as her concert appearances, both obscure numbers and Judy classicsThe evening will be musically directed by Ray Fellman. Proceeds from this concert will go to Classical Action, a fundraising program of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS which draws upon the talents, resources and generosity of the performing arts community to raise vitally needed funds for AIDS-related services across the United States. To find out more about Classical Action visit their website at www.classicalaction.org .

The Laurie Beechman Theatre is located at 407 W 42nd Street (at Ninth). For more information visit www.westbankcafe.com or call 212-695-6909. Tickets are $16 cover, $15 food/drink minimum.

Mare Winningham @ Joe's Pub - 6/17/2007

Academy Award-nominee and two-time Emmy Award-winner Mare Winningham will make her New York nightclub debut on Sunday, June 17th, 2007 at 9:30 p.m. at Joe's Pub at the Public Theater.

"With a voice that has been compared to the smooth tones of Alison Kraus and the emotion of Emmylou Harris, Winningham is one of America's most highly regarded performing artists. She has appeared on stage, screen, and in over sixty movies for television and has been honored with an Academy Award-nomination, two Emmy Awards, an Independent Spirit Award, a Golden Globe Award nomination, two Screen Actor's Guild nominations, and a Peabody Award for Excellence in Television," state press materials.

Tickets are $25 (plus a 2 drink minimum / $12 food minimum) per person at tables. All seating is general admission. For tickets call (212) 539-8778 or visit www.joespub.com. Joe's Pub is located within the Public Theater at 425 Lafayette Avenue.

Great Men of Genius Marathon - 6/17/2007

This June, masterful monologist Mike Daisey returns to Berkeley Rep with Great Men of Genius, a series of shows that apply his trademark wit and eccentric insight to fascinating historical figures performed June 6 through July 1. On consecutive nights, Mike explores the legendary lives of P.T. Barnum, Bertolt Brecht, L. Ron Hubbard, and Nikola Tesla – and on Sundays he performs all four monologues in a manic marathon worthy of a mad scientist.

"In Great Men of Genius, directed by Jean-Michele Gregory, Mike Daisey crashes his audacious style of storytelling into the lives of four masterminds and explores the nature of genius, wrestling with the pride, insanity, and chauvinism that bind these men together – and revealing what the heights and depths of their gifts can teach us about ourselves," states press notes, "Along the way, of course, he discovers unexpected aspects of himself. Each monologue is unique and can be viewed independently, but the four together form an epic oral account of triumph and folly told with Daisey's dark and hilarious intensity."

Great Men of Genius will be performed on the following schedule: o Brecht on Wednesdays: June 6, 13, 20 & 27 at 8PM o Barnum on Thursdays: June 7, 14, 21 & 28 at 8PM o Tesla on Fridays: June 8, 15, 22 & 29 at 8PM o Hubbard on Saturdays: June 9, 16, 23 & 30 at 8PM

Marathons on Sundays: o Brecht and Barnum at 2PM: June 10, 17 & 24 and July 1 o Tesla and Hubbard at 7PM: June 10, 17 & 24 and July 1

Tickets: $30 for one genius; $50 for two genius; and $75 all four geniuses. Half-price tickets available to those under 30 (some restrictions apply). Berkeley Rep subscribers save $5 on one genius, $10 on two geniuses, and $15 if they see three or more. For tickets or information call 510-647-2949 or toll-free at 888-4BRT-Tix or visit www.berkeleyrep.org.

Berkeley Rep's Thrust Stage is located at 2025 Addison Street, one block from Berkeley's downtown BART station and close to AC Transit bus lines. The theatre is accessible to the handicapped, offering wheelchair seating and special services for those with hearing- or vision-impairment.

The Pirate Queen - Closing - 6/17/2007

Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg's THE PIRATE QUEEN will play its final performance on Broadway at the Hilton Theatre (213 West 42nd Street, NYC; A Live Nation venue) on June 17, 2007 following 85 performances and 32 previews.

The production opened in New York on April 5 and previously played a limited engagement at Chicago's Cadillac Palace Theatre from October 3, 2006 through November 26, 2006 (64 performances). THE PIRATE QUEEN will have played a total of 181 performances in North America.

Honky - Reading - 6/17/2007

The New York Theatre Barn has announced its New Play Reading Series, with four free, invitation-only readings taking place at Manhattan Theatre Club Studios (311 W. 43rd Street, 8th Floor) this month.

Honky, a new play by Greg Kalleres, directed by Steve Bebout, will be presented in on Sunday, June 17 at 3pm. The cast will feature: Matt Boethin (Peter), Michelle DuPre (Andy), Rob Lathan (Driscol/Wilson), Tuck Milligan (Davis), Postell Pringle (Thomas), Tijuana Ricks (Emilia), Jared Joseph (Kid) and Collin Howard. "When a black kid from the ghetto is shot for his basketball shoes, five different people struggle with white guilt. Things get worse when the violence is embraced by rich suburban white kids in an effort to 'feel black.' Luckily, there is a new drug on the market that is guaranteed to rid the world of racism! Honky is a black comedy about white guilt," as described in press notes.

Visit www.nytheatrebarn.org for more on New York Theatre Barn.

Marin Mazzie @ The Plush Room - 6/17/2007

Broadway's Marin Mazzie presents her solo concert Yes, It's Today! At the world famous Plush Room in San Francisco June 12-17 with the music of Jerry Herman and Kander & Ebb.

"Mazzie's concert celebrates one of Broadway's most sunny composers and a writing team that make sardonic wit their calling card. Jerry Herman and John Kander & Fred Ebb are the sweet and sour combination that makes this evening a pure delight. Collectively these writers have won countless awards, Oscars, Emmy's, Tony's... And now Marin is putting her unique stamp on their music," states the Plush Room website.

Mazzie has worked closely with these talented men and has a special insight into their music. Together with music director David Loud, a longtime collaborator of Kander & Ebb's (World Goes Round, Steel Pier, The Visit) they have put together an evening that is a treat for the lover of a well-crafted song. Songs include "Razzle-Dazzle," "Where in the World is My Prince?", "If He Walked Into My Life," "A Quiet Thing," "Arthur in the Afternoon," "Everybody's Girl," "The Best of Times," and "Ring Them Bells."

Performances June 12 – 17 are Tuesday – Saturday beginning at 8PM, doors open at 7PM. Sunday performance begins at 7PM, doors open at 6PM.

For tickets ($37.50-$42.50) and information visit www.plushroom.com/plushroom.htm or call toll-free 866-468-3399. The Plush Room is located in the York Hotel at 940 Sutter Street (between Leavenworth and Hyde), San Francisco.

Save Me - Reading - 6/17/2007

The New York Theatre Barn has announced its New Play Reading Series, with four free, invitation-only readings taking place at Manhattan Theatre Club Studios (311 W. 43rd Street, 8th Floor) this month.

Save Me, a new play by Stefanie Zadravec, directed by Thomas Caruso, will be performed Sunday, June 17 at 7pm. The cast will feature: Johanna Day (Tony-nominee for Proof) as Beth, Tasha Lawrence (Proof on tour) as Caroline, Michael Malone (42nd Street) as Martin and Sarah Lord (Signature Theatre's 5th of July) as Rachel. "Save Me delivers it's miracles in odd packages, when Beth arrives to heal her estranged sister of a brain tumor, salvation come in odd packages: a bright red wig, a super-hero sex addict, and a bouquet of flowers from a woman without a nose."

Visit www.nytheatrebarn.org for more on New York Theatre Barn.

Into the Woods - UK - 6/18/2007

Beverley Klein, Anne Reid and Clive Rowe are to star in a new production of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's acclaimed Into the Woods at the Linbury Studio Theatre, Royal Opera House opening on 18 June 2007.

This new production for ROH2 of a favourite of the modern musical theatre stage marks the musical directorial debut of Will Tuckett, whose interpretations of The Wind in the Willows and Pinocchio have quickly become Royal Opera House Christmas classics. The cast, drawn from the worlds of opera and music theatre also includes Gillian Kirkpatrick, Peter Caulfield, Elizabeth Brice, Martin Nelson, Suzanne Toase, Linda Hibberd, Nicholas Garrett, Katrina Murphy, Nic Greenshields and Byron Watson. They will be accompanied by 14 musicians with James Holmes, Head of Music for Opera North, one of the foremost interpreters of Sondheim's music in the UK conducting.

'I wish…' a baker and his wife who wish for a child, a young girl who wishes to go to the palace festival, a mother and her simpleton son who wish for money - that's just the opening minute of Into the Woods, Stephen Sondheim's once-upon-a-time fairytale world in a musical. Still to add are the comic agony of two bemused princes in love with unobtainable women – one long-haired but locked in a tower, one who has run away leaving only her shoe – a wicked witch protective of her garden produce and an unusually feisty Red Riding Hood. It's a fabulous collision of well-known storybook characters told with a twist in wonderfully witty words and shot through with melody. And what would happen if we actually got what we wished for, but didn't care how we got it? Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine bring a dark and contemporary adult view to this childhood world when, in the second act, an unexpected threat arrives to provoke uncomfortable thoughts for everyone.

Preview Tickets: £18, £14.50, £12, £6 standing (£9 students and ROH Access List) Performance Tickets: £27.50, £22.50, £18, £9 standing (£14 students and ROH Access List)

BOX OFFICE 020 7304 400 www.roh.org.uk

Badge - 6/18/2007

BeaconNY Productions is presenting the World-Premiere of Matthew Schneck's new dark comedy, Badge, at the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater (224 Waverly Place). Previews begin June 15th, with an official press opening of June 18th. Jenn Thompson directs.

Badge is described in press materials: "Boy Scouts is the only refuge that keeps 28 year-old Roy (played by Greg McFadden) and his life together. It keeps it sane, and most importantly, keeps it the same. That is, until his Scout Master's uninhibited sister walks into his life, making him do very "unScoutlike" things. In this wild ride, things may finally change for Roy…maybe it's not a great time to go off the meds."

Badge runs June 15th—July 1st, with performances Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 8pm and Sunday at 3pm (Tuesday will be Dark) at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater (224 Waverly Place). Tickets are $18 and can be reserved by calling 212-868-4444 or on-line at www.smarttix.com. For additional information, visit www.beaconproductions.org.

Tom Kitt/Amanda Green @ Birdland - 6/18/2007

The concerts take place at Birdland, located at 315 West 44th Street, on Sunday and Monday nights at 7 PM. Jim Caruso's Cast Party and TheaterMania.com present.

On Monday, June 18 composer Tom Kitt and lyricist Amanda Green will return to Birdland performing songs from their shows and up-coming projects. Scheduled special guests include Kelli O'Hara, Celia Keenan-Bolger, the Tom Kitt Band, and cast members from the recent Broadway musical, High Fidelity. They will perform songs from High Fidelity, Feeling Electric, and Debbie Does Dallas. There is a $25 cover and $10 food/drink minimum for Tom Kitt and Amanda Green.

For reservations, call (212) 581-3080 or visit www.birdlandjazz.com.

Broadway Musicals of 1964: Part II - 6/18/2007

Town Hall is presenting the final production of its Broadway By the Year 2006-7 series: Broadway By the Year: The Broadway Musicals of 1964, Part II, on Monday June 18 at 8 PM. Written and hosted by Scott Siegel, the evening will feature excerpts from shows including Hello, Dolly!, What Makes Sammy Run?, Funny Girl, Anyone Can Whistle, High Spirits, Fiddler on the Roof, Golden Boy, I Had a Ball and many more.

Performers scheduled for the evening include Stephanie J. Block , Beth Leavel, Liz Callaway, Scott Coulter, and Sean Martin Hingston.

Press notes state, "Scott Siegel created the Broadway by the Year series and the Broadway Cabaret Festival series for The Town Hall. He also conceived and produces both Broadway Unplugged and The Nightlife Awards at The Town Hall, and most recently began his 10th year as host of The Town Hall Feature Film Seminar Series. Scott and his wife Barbara are authors (47 books, including The Encyclopedia of Hollywood) and critics ('The Siegel Column' and 'The Two of Clubs')."

Town Hall's Summer Broadway Festival, a new series created and hosted by Siegel, is scheduled for July. The event will feature operetta, rising stars, and an array of Broadway music and dance styles. Broadway by the Year is made possible, in part, by a generous gift from The Edythe Kenner Foundation.

Limited tickets are still available at $45 and $40 by calling 212-307-4100, through www.ticketmaster.com, or from the Town Hall Box Office, 123 West 43rd Street, 212-840-2824, or online at www.the-townhall-nyc.org.

Into the Woods - 6/18/2007

Beverley Klein, Anne Reid and Clive Rowe are to star in a new production of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's acclaimed Into the Woods at the Linbury Studio Theatre, Royal Opera House opening on 18 June 2007.

This new production for ROH2 of a favourite of the modern musical theatre stage marks the musical directorial debut of Will Tuckett, whose interpretations of The Wind in the Willows and Pinocchio have quickly become Royal Opera House Christmas classics. The cast, drawn from the worlds of opera and music theatre also includes Gillian Kirkpatrick, Peter Caulfield, Elizabeth Brice, Martin Nelson, Suzanne Toase, Linda Hibberd, Nicholas Garrett, Katrina Murphy, Nic Greenshields and Byron Watson. They will be accompanied by 14 musicians with James Holmes, Head of Music for Opera North, one of the foremost interpreters of Sondheim's music in the UK conducting.

'I wish…' a baker and his wife who wish for a child, a young girl who wishes to go to the palace festival, a mother and her simpleton son who wish for money - that's just the opening minute of Into the Woods, Stephen Sondheim's once-upon-a-time fairytale world in a musical. Still to add are the comic agony of two bemused princes in love with unobtainable women – one long-haired but locked in a tower, one who has run away leaving only her shoe – a wicked witch protective of her garden produce and an unusually feisty Red Riding Hood. It's a fabulous collision of well-known storybook characters told with a twist in wonderfully witty words and shot through with melody. And what would happen if we actually got what we wished for, but didn't care how we got it? Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine bring a dark and contemporary adult view to this childhood world when, in the second act, an unexpected threat arrives to provoke uncomfortable thoughts for everyone.

Preview Tickets: £18, £14.50, £12, £6 standing (£9 students and ROH Access List) Performance Tickets: £27.50, £22.50, £18, £9 standing (£14 students and ROH Access List)

BOX OFFICE 020 7304 400 www.roh.org.uk

Undercover Showtunes - 6/18/2007

The New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF), often hailed as "the Sundance of Musical Theatre," is presenting "Undercover Showtunes," the finale of its first-ever Spring Concert Benefit Series, on Monday, June 18 at 7pm, at The Zipper Factory (336 W 37th St.) in Manhattan. Tickets are $50; $90 with post-concert cast party included, and are available by calling 212-352-3101 or online at www.nymf.org.

Press notes state, "Undercover Showtunes is an original, first-of-its-kind concert comprised of pop and rock songs that weren't written for musicals, but sound as if they might have been – songs that tell a story, create a character, paint a full, vivid portrait as a great song in a musical is meant to do: The Beatles' 'Eleanor Rigby', Elton John and Bernie Taupin's 'Captain Fantastic', David Bowie's 'Major Tom' and Sting's 'Roxanne,' – as well as songs by Joni Mitchell, Rufus Wainwright, Stephin Merritt, The Decemberists and more."

Featured performers in Undercover Showtunes include TV's Christian Campbell and Gloria Reuben of "ER," Miriam Shor, Mary Faber, Michael Winther, and Tony nominees Alison Fraser, Peter Friedman and Manoel Felciano. Visit www.nymf.org for more information.

Tracie Thoms @ Duplex - 6/18/2007

The third season of the acclaimed Monday Nights, New Voices series continues June 18 at the Duplex Cabaret Theatre (61 Christopher St.).

Tracie Thoms, who starred as Joanne in the film version of Rent, will host the evening, celebrating the talents of 'New Voices' Brooke Jacobs, Rich Silverstein, Josh Lamon, Charl Brown and Nadia Wahhab. Show time is 7 PM.

Tony Award-nominated composer, Lucy Simon, is the evening's guest composer. In addition to telling the stories behind songs from her songbook, Simon will also accompany herself on a song from The Secret Garden.

There is a $12 music charge and a two-drink minimum. For reservations call (212) 255-5438 or visit this link. Visit www.theduplex.com for more information.

Project Shaw - 6/18/2007

Karen Ziemba (Curtains), John Glover (The Drowsy Chaperone) and Matt Cavenaugh (Grey Gardens) will star in Project Shaw's next presentation - a pairing of Village Wooing and How He Lied to Her Husband, two short comedies by George Bernard Shaw that will be presented on Monday, June 18th at 7 PM at the Players Club (16 Gramercy Park South). David Staller produces and directs.

Project Shaw is the first theatre festival to present every one of the author's plays. Press notes state, "The Irish born Shaw, who died at age 94 in 1950, is one of the most prolific writers of plays, books and treatises in the English language. His unyielding stand for human rights, particularly for women's rights, has become legendary. He encouraged general political awareness and the need for people to take responsibility for their own lives.

Call 212-352-3101 or visit www.projectshaw.com for tickets and more information.

BRATS - Reading - 6/18/2007

The New York Theatre Barn has announced its New Play Reading Series, with four free, invitation-only readings taking place at Manhattan Theatre Club Studios (311 W. 43rd Street, 8th Floor) this month.

B.R.A.T.S., a new musical by Bobby Cronin, directed by Christopher Gattelli (Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me, High Fidelity), will receive a reading on Monday, June 18 at 3pm. The cast will feature Adam Fleming (Hairspray, Wicked, Chicago) as Trevor, Brad Bass (Wicked, B'way) as Cody, Don Richard (Urinetown, Jane Eyre) as Turtle Head, Kate Loprest (Drowsy Chaperone) as Vanessa, Jennifer DiNoia (Mamma Mia!, Wicked, Chicago) as Amber, Ryan Weiss (Wicked, B'way) as Jake, Jenn Furman as Lily, Orfeh (Tony-nominee for Legally Blonde) as Bearded Clam and Andy Karl (Altar Boyz, Legally Blonde) as Camel Toe. "No, these Brats are not the dolls. Anything but...This hilarious and moving contemporary musical follows six troubled teens sent to a wilderness boot camp. Will they remain the burdened, reckless, adolescent troubled souls that they are or will they conquer their demons in time to go home for Christmas?"

Visit www.nytheatrebarn.org for more on New York Theatre Barn.

Ordinary Days - Reading - 6/18/2007

The New York Theatre Barn has announced its New Play Reading Series, with four free, invitation-only readings taking place at Manhattan Theatre Club Studios (311 W. 43rd Street, 8th Floor) this month.

Ordinary Days, a new musical by Adam Gwon, directed by Joe Barros and with musical direction by Alex LeFevre, will feature Leah Horowitz (The Woman in White, La Cage aux Folles, Thoroughly Modern Millie), Michael Hunsaker (Ragtime), Jill Abramovitz (Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me), and Jared Gertner (Spelling Bee). "A lost notebook, a mysterious email, a rain-soaked afternoon… When the lives of four New Yorkers unwittingly intersect, their ordinary days lead to something extraordinary." Wednesday, June 18 at 7PM

Visit www.nytheatrebarn.org for more on New York Theatre Barn.

Lord of the Rings - UK - 6/19/2007

According to the BBC News, the hit Toronto production of the musical The Lord of the Rings, previously announced to be London-bound, will begin previews at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane on May 9th, 2007, for a June 19th opening.

The 3-and-a half-hour musical condensation of Tolkien's hobbits-and-elves trilogy, which is directed by Matthew Warchus, will follow The Producers into the Drury Lane; the Mel Brooks musical shutters on January 9th.

The Lord of the Rings, which received mixed reviews when it opened at the Princess of Wales Theatre in Toronto on March 23rd, will be revised for its London run. Not only will it be cut from three and a half to three hours, but the third act will be rewritten. It will be one of the most expensive shows to play the West End, according to the article.

The Lord of the Rings features music by A.R. Rahman (along with the Finnish group Varrtina), and the book and lyrics are by Shaun McKenna. Rob Howell's elaborate sets feature three interconnected turntables with 16 elevators; he also designed the costumes.

The creative team spent over two years--and $27 million Canadian dollars--developing the show. Simon Baker (sound), The Gray Circle (moving image design), Paul Kieve (illusions direction), Laurie Battle (Tolkien creative consultation), and Christopher Nightingale (musical supervision) comprise the rest of the creative team. The show is presented by Kevin Wallace and Saul Zaentz, in association with David and Ed Mirvish and Michael Kohl.

"It probably does have a European sensibility, a British sensibility in terms of the use of text and the use of the spoken word. It's coming back to its spiritual home," said Wallace of the show, which was originally to have premiered in London. The Lord of the Rings' mixed reviews generally praised its opulent production design, but were less enthusiastic about the actual content of the show.

The show's Toronto cast--comprised of more than 70 performers--features actors from Canada, the U.S. and other countries. It stars Brent Carver (Parade, Kiss of the Spider Woman) as Gandalf, James Loye as Frodo, Evan Buliung as Aragorn, Peter Howe as Sam, Dylan Roberts as Merry, Owen Sharpe as Pippin, Gabriel Burrafato as Legolas, Ross Williams as Gimli, Richard McMillan as Saruman, Rebecca Jackson Mendoza as Galadriel, Carly Street as Arwen, Dion Johnstone as Boromir, Victor A. Young as Elrond, Kerry Dorey as Théoden and Kristin Galer as Rosie.

The Lord of the Rings plays Tuesday to Saturday at 7:30 p.m., with matinees on Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday at 1 p.m.Ticket prices range from $26 to $125 (Canadian), and are available for purchase through TicketKing by calling 416-872-1212 or 1-800-461-3333. Groups of 20 or more may call 416-593-4142 and 1-800-724-6420. Tickets may also be purchased at the box office of The Princess of Wales Theatre (300 King Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada) or online at www.lotr.com.

All Shook Up Tour - San Jose - 6/19/2007

All Shook Up, last season's hit musical set to the classic songs of Elvis Presley, opens at the American Music Theatre of San Jose from June 19-24, 2007.

The show will be headed by new-comer Joe Mandragona, along with Jenny Fellner (Mamma Mia!, Princesses) and Susan Anton (Hairspray in Las Vegas, The Will Rogers Follies).

All Shook Up "tells the romantic tale of how a young girl's dream comes true when a guitar-playin' roustabout rides into a square state and turns the town upside down with his hip-swivelin', lip-curlin'and sexy song singin,' state press notes. The book is by Joe DiPietro (I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change), with direction by Tony Award-nominee Christopher Ashley (The Rocky Horror Show), and features such classics as "Heartbreak Hotel", "Burning Love", "Jailhouse Rock", "Blue Suede Shoes," "It's Now or Never," and "Don't Be Cruel." Sergio Trujillo, who is currently represented on Broadway with the hit musical Jersey Boys, will choreograph the tour

Hamlin/Rinna Join Chicago - 6/19/2007

Husband and Wife, Harry Hamlin and Lisa Rinna, will dance their way onto the Great White Way making their Broadway debuts in the hit musical CHICAGO. Rinna will star as Roxie Hart while Hamlin takes on the role of Billy Flynn. The pair will start June 19th through July 29th.

Gay Marshall @ Zipper - 6/19/2007

The Zipper Factory will feature the following artists and acts:

Gay Marshall Tuesday, June 19 at 8:00 p.m. Also: Tuesday, June 26 at 8:00 p.m. Gay Marshall, "who recently starred in the long running hit revival of Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, brings her solo show back to the Zipper Factory. Singing an eclectic array of songs with the accent on Piaf and Brel, Ms. Marshall, accompanied by the outstanding trio of musicians from Brel, describes the pros and cons of living on both sides of the ocean and the challenge of trying to fit in with the French in excerpts from her one woman show If I Were Me." Tickets are $25.00.

The Zipper Factory presents an eclectic line-up of theatrical events, concerts, burlesque, comedy and cabaret. Since 2001, The Zipper has become known as one of New York's preeminent entertainment destinations, a desired venue for the city's most gifted artists, both renowned and up-and-coming. Located at 336 West 37th Street. The Zipper Factory has added a new tavern and balcony bar to the complex. The tavern is directly accessible to/from the theatre space. For advance tickets to all Zipper Factory Events, call Ovation tickets at 212-352-3101 or visit online at www.zippertheater.com.

The Lord of the Rings - 6/19/2007

According to the BBC News, the hit Toronto production of the musical The Lord of the Rings, previously announced to be London-bound, will begin previews at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane on May 9th, 2007, for a June 19th opening.

The 3-and-a half-hour musical condensation of Tolkien's hobbits-and-elves trilogy, which is directed by Matthew Warchus, will follow The Producers into the Drury Lane; the Mel Brooks musical shutters on January 9th.

The Lord of the Rings, which received mixed reviews when it opened at the Princess of Wales Theatre in Toronto on March 23rd, will be revised for its London run. Not only will it be cut from three and a half to three hours, but the third act will be rewritten. It will be one of the most expensive shows to play the West End, according to the article.

The Lord of the Rings features music by A.R. Rahman (along with the Finnish group Varrtina), and the book and lyrics are by Shaun McKenna. Rob Howell's elaborate sets feature three interconnected turntables with 16 elevators; he also designed the costumes.

The creative team spent over two years--and $27 million Canadian dollars--developing the show. Simon Baker (sound), The Gray Circle (moving image design), Paul Kieve (illusions direction), Laurie Battle (Tolkien creative consultation), and Christopher Nightingale (musical supervision) comprise the rest of the creative team. The show is presented by Kevin Wallace and Saul Zaentz, in association with David and Ed Mirvish and Michael Kohl.

"It probably does have a European sensibility, a British sensibility in terms of the use of text and the use of the spoken word. It's coming back to its spiritual home," said Wallace of the show, which was originally to have premiered in London. The Lord of the Rings' mixed reviews generally praised its opulent production design, but were less enthusiastic about the actual content of the show.

The show's Toronto cast--comprised of more than 70 performers--features actors from Canada, the U.S. and other countries. It stars Brent Carver (Parade, Kiss of the Spider Woman) as Gandalf, James Loye as Frodo, Evan Buliung as Aragorn, Peter Howe as Sam, Dylan Roberts as Merry, Owen Sharpe as Pippin, Gabriel Burrafato as Legolas, Ross Williams as Gimli, Richard McMillan as Saruman, Rebecca Jackson Mendoza as Galadriel, Carly Street as Arwen, Dion Johnstone as Boromir, Victor A. Young as Elrond, Kerry Dorey as Théoden and Kristin Galer as Rosie.

The Lord of the Rings plays Tuesday to Saturday at 7:30 p.m., with matinees on Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday at 1 p.m.Ticket prices range from $26 to $125 (Canadian), and are available for purchase through TicketKing by calling 416-872-1212 or 1-800-461-3333. Groups of 20 or more may call 416-593-4142 and 1-800-724-6420. Tickets may also be purchased at the box office of The Princess of Wales Theatre (300 King Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada) or online at www.lotr.com.

All Shook Up - 6/19/2007

All Shook Up, last season's hit musical set to the classic songs of Elvis Presley, opens at the American Music Theatre of San Jose from June 19-24, 2007.

The show will be headed by new-comer Joe Mandragona, along with Jenny Fellner (Mamma Mia!, Princesses) and Susan Anton (Hairspray in Las Vegas, The Will Rogers Follies).

All Shook Up "tells the romantic tale of how a young girl's dream comes true when a guitar-playin' roustabout rides into a square state and turns the town upside down with his hip-swivelin', lip-curlin'and sexy song singin,' state press notes. The book is by Joe DiPietro (I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change), with direction by Tony Award-nominee Christopher Ashley (The Rocky Horror Show), and features such classics as "Heartbreak Hotel", "Burning Love", "Jailhouse Rock", "Blue Suede Shoes," "It's Now or Never," and "Don't Be Cruel."

theAtrainplays vol. XXII - 6/20/2007

theAtrainplays are a celebration of New York, created by six teams while traveling the entire route of the A train, from 207th Street & Broadway to Far Rockaway and back. On Tuesday evening, June 19th, four librettists will hop on the A train at 207th Street and begin writing the books for four 15-minute musicals, all set on the A train.

They have until show time the next day, Wednesday night, June 20th at 8:00PM to develop these works into six exciting new musical experiences to be shared with the audience at New World Stages on the set of the hit musical Altar Boyz," state press notes.

Performers scheduled to appear in theAtrainplays vol. XXII will include Emy Baysic, Stephanie D'Abruzzo, Kevin Daniels, Natalie Douglas, Ryan Duncan, Lawrence Feeney, Brian Geraghty, Eric Michael Gillett, Blythe Gruda, Cady Huffman, Timothy Johnson, Donovan Patton, Thom Sesma, Tracie Thoms, and Melanie Vaughan, among others to be announced.

The creative team includes writers Michael Lazan, Stephen O'Rourke, and Erica Silberman, lyricist-composers Gaby Alter, Brian J. Nash, and Brandon Patton; directors David Brind, Edie Cowan, Michael Duling, and Mark Lonergan. Also involved are Alec Berlin (Musical Director), Andrea 'Spook' Testani (Production Supervisor), Andrew Donovan (Original Scenic Designer), and Carol A. Sullivan (Production Stage Manager).

Tickets for this one-night-only event benefiting the Off-Broadway community are $50 for the performance, $100 for premium seats, and $20 for the post-show benefit party with the cast and creative team. Tickets can be purchased on-line through www.telecharge.com, by telephone at 212-239-6200, or in person at New World Stages, 340 West 50th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues.

Beyond Glory - 6/21/2007

Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes, Artistic Director) is proud to announce the New York premiere of Beyond Glory, written by and starring Stephen Lang, directed by Robert Falls, from the book by Larry Smith.

Beyond Glory will begin previews on Friday, May 25th and open officially on Thursday, June 21st, Off-Broadway at the Laura Pels Theatre at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre (111 West 46th Street). This is a limited engagement through August 19th, 2007.

In Stephen Lang's theatrical adaptation of Larry Smith's book, Beyond Glory: Medal of Honor Heroes in Their Own Words, Lang presents the stories of eight veterans from World War II, Korea, and Vietnam, rendering first hand accounts of the actions which resulted in each of them receiving the nation's highest military award, the Medal of Honor. Beyond Glory gathers these men together in the present to look back on the defining moments of their lives and to examine the meaning of courage, duty and, ultimately, humility.

Tickets are available by calling Roundabout Ticket Services at (212)719-1300, online at www.roundabouttheatre.org or at the Laura Pels Theatre at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre box office (111 West 46 Street). Ticket prices range from $56.25-$66.25. Visit www.roundabouttheatre.org for more information.

Elvis People - 6/21/2007

Off-Broadway premiere of Elvis People, a new play by Virginia Playwriting Award-winner Doug Grissom. The show is directed by Katharsis Theater Company Artistic Director Henry Wishcamper (The Polish Play A Conflation of Macbeth; Ubu Roi). Performances will begin June 6th, at New World Stages Stage 1 (340 West 50th Street, between Eighth and Ninth Avenues). Opening Night is Thursday, June 21st.

"No performer before or since has had the impact of Elvis Presley," state press notes, "from that first groundbreaking appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show" to Las Vegas to Graceland; American Demographics reports that 84% of all Americans say their lives have been touched by Elvis in some way. Now, in this new play by Doug Grissom you will meet some of the funny and touching cast of characters whose lives were forever changed by 'The King' as Grissom traces the influence of Presley on our culture."

Tickets for Elvis People are $41 (including $1 theater restoration fee). During previews, June 6th through June 20th; regular tickets will be $65 (including $1 theater restoration fee). Performances will be Tuesday through Saturday evenings at 8pm, with matinees Wednesday and Saturday at 2pm, Sunday at 3pm. Additional performances are Monday, June 18th at 8pm, Monday, July 2nd at 8pm, and Sunday, July 8th at 7pm. There is a special performance Thursday, August 16th, on the 30th anniversary of Elvis' death, with a post-show reception and talkback – all seats $99.00. To purchase tickets, visit Telecharge.com or call 212-239-6200. For more information, visit www.elvispeople.com.

I Google Myself - 6/21/2007

GLAAD Media Award nominated Theatre Askew (Bald Diva!) will present the World Premiere of I Google Myself, a new play by Jason Schafer. Directed by Jason Jacobs, performances begin previews June 14th at Under St. Marks. Opening night is slated for June 21.

The play "is the unusual story of three very different men with the same name. One is a gay porn star with a dirty little secret. One is a stoner mechanic who blogs poetry and has anger management issues. And another is a wily stalker with a balloon fetish, desperate to make a connection. Their worlds collide when one man Googles his own name to find others who share his moniker. What he discovers leads to an unforgettable, ripped-from-the tabloids chain of events that will leave you asking yourself: what would I do to become a top search term on Google?," according to press notes.

I Google Myself stars Reed Prescott ("Grease: You're The One That I Want" finalist) as the porn star, Tim Cusack, and John Gardner with lighting by Charles Foster, set by Robin Vest, costumes by Dan Urlie, and sound by Matthew Pritchard.

I Google Myself runs June 14 - July 7, Thursday & Friday at 8pm, Saturday at 8pm & 10:30pm. Under St. Marks is located at 94 St. Marks Place between 1st Avenue and Avenue A (accessible from the L train at 14th Street or the #6 at Astor Place. Tickets are $18 available at 212-352-3101 or www.TheaterMania.com. Visit www.theatreaskew.com for more on Theatre Askew.

MargOH! Channing @ Beechman - 6/21/2007

Back by popular demand, award-winning and legendary extra MargOH! Channing returns in "What Makes a Legend Drink Most?" at the Laurie Beechman Theatre. The dates are set for June 7, 14 and 21 at 7PM.

Her new show is another comeback of sorts for the most decorated extra in the history of motion pictures and television (recently featured on the first episode - and unfortunately the last - of "Inside the Extra's Studio" with host TT Tetley).

She's played Zera's sister Zazu in "The Planet of the Apes", Dead Girl # 6 in "The Attack of the Killer Tomato's", Fembot # 6 in "The Six Million Dollar/Bionic Woman" crossover episode and recently, as John Travolta's body double (better looking of course) in the upcoming movie "Hairspray". She also served as Queen Latifah's on set nose hair plucker. Not bad for a fishmongers daughter from Bangor, Maine.

She was so touched by the outpouring of love demonstrated during her string of successful shows last year that she wrote this piece especially for her fans. MargOH! will be sharing more of her secrets while singing original songs, dancing and even releasing her inner most Liza. Ms. Channing is doing these shows in June (Gay Pride Month) to celebrate her love and affection for the many, many gays in her life.

Ms. Channing is also welcoming back her Gay Fiance Jeff Catlow for a surprise medley that will astound you. The ever sexy and smoky Jarad Astin also returns with his brilliant musical direction. Come to the cabaret kids and see "What Makes a Legend Drink Most?"

June 7, 14 and 21st @ 7PM at The Laurie Beechman Theatre (West Bank Cafe, 407 W 42nd St at 9th Ave) Call 212.695.6909 for reservations. $12 plus $15 Food/Beverage

The New Enthusiasm - 6/21/2007

7PM: The Most Mysterious Day of the Year (The Missoula Oblongata) 9PM: Wham City's Theatre Night (Wham City) Theatre Project presents The New Enthusiam, a three day festival featuring work by Wham City, The Nonsense Company and The Missoula Oblongata June 21 - 23 at 7PM and 9PM General: $10 per show/ $15 per evening Student/Artist: $7 per show/$10 per evening 410-752-8558 or www.missiontix.com

Bosoms and Neglect - 6/21/2007

Berkeley's acclaimed Aurora Theatre Company closes its 15th season with Bosoms and Neglect, critically acclaimed playwright John Guare's (Six Degrees of Separation, The House of Blue Leaves) 1978 pre-Prozac comedy about love and psychotherapy. Bay Area theatre veteran Joy Carlin directs this brilliantly biting, off-center comedy starring Cassidy Brown, Joan Mankin, and Beth Wilmurt.

"In Bosoms and Neglect, a thrice-weekly psychiatric patient, meets Deirdre, a woman with a five-visits-a-week habit, in the waiting room of their shared psychiatrist," explains press notes, "When the good doctor goes on vacation, they turn to each other and begin an affair that gives new dimension to the phrase 'crazy love,' with both ending up in the hospital. Eventually, the accident-prone lovers, along with Scooper's ailing mother, who waves a plastic statue of St. Jude around in an attempt to heal herself, realize that their wounds are far deeper than what hospital bandages can cover."

Previews are June 15, 16 & 20 at 8PM and June 17 at 2PM. Opening is June 21 at 8PM with performances through July 22. Show times are Wednesdays – Saturdays at 8PM and Sundays at 2 & 7PM.

The Aurora Theatre is located at 2081 Addison Street, Berkeley, CA.

For tickets (previews $28, regular performances $38, limited opening night seating $50) and information, the call 510-843-4822 or visit www.auroratheatre.org.

Songs for a New World - 6/22/2007

Musical Cockpit-in-Court Summer Theatre Upstairs Cabaret Through July 1 www.ccbc.edu/cockpit/

Inherit the Wind - 6/22/2007

Play Through July 21 Laurel Mill Playhouse www.laurelmillplayhouse.org

Boston Marriage - 6/22/2007

Play Through July 14 Mobtown Players www.mobtownplayers.com

The New Enthusiasm - 6/22/2007

7PM: Wham City's Theatre Night (Wham City) 9PM: Conversation Storm/Great Hymn of Thanksgiving (The Nonsense Company) Theatre Project presents The New Enthusiam, a three day festival featuring work by Wham City, The Nonsense Company and The Missoula Oblongata June 21 - 23 at 7PM and 9PM General: $10 per show/ $15 per evening Student/Artist: $7 per show/$10 per evening 410-752-8558 or www.missiontix.com

My Friend, The Cat - Closing - 6/22/2007

The final performance of My Friend, The Cat, Phil Geoffrey Bond's tale of the blessings we receive from the four-legged friends who grace our lives, will take place Friday, June 22nd at The Laurie Beechman Theatre, located at 407 West 42nd Street in the heart of New York's theatre district.

Natascia Diaz @ Zipper - 6/22/2007

Natascia Diaz will bring "Dance with Me," an evening of music inspired by the songs of Michael Pemberton, to the stage of The Zipper Factory, where she was recently seen in the Off-Broadway hit Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris. The show will be performed on Friday, June 22nd at 7:30 PM and 10:30 PM.

"Diaz's moving, crystalline voice will be backed by Pemberton on guitar, who will be leading an all star band. Ms Diaz offers an evening of songs by Pemberton, Brel and other favorites fused with her own Soulful/R&B sound," as described in press materials.

The Zipper Factory is located at 336 W. 37th St. (between 8th and 9th Avenues). Tickets are $22.50. To reserve tickets, call 212-563-0480. To purchase tickets in advance - call Ovation tickets at 212-352-3101; or visit online at www.thezipperfactory.com.

Wilde Boys - Closing - 6/23/2007

The New Conservatory Theatre Center of San Francisco presents a world premiere Pride Month musical celebration, Wilde Boys, playing Theatre 3 from May 24 to June 23.

Wilde Boys is written and with musical direction by Richard Koldewyn and directed by Michael Mohammed. The cast features Casey Bair, Alex Kirschner, Brandon Finch, Benjamin Pither, Richard Koldewyn and Steven Satyricon.

"Wilde Boys: a Victorian Music Hall style review, invites you to Oscar Wilde's hangout where gentlemen drop in and chat with the boys, lavish them with gifts, and cavort the night away. As was the custom of the time, the boys sing for each other and for the clientele," states press notes. With mature themes and nudity. Full bar service available.

Performances are May 24 through June 23, opening May 26. Show times are Thursdays – Saturdays at 8PM and Sundays at 2PM.

Tickets ($18 for previews; $28 regular) are available by phone at 415-861-8972 or online at www.nctcsf.org. The New Conservatory Theatre Center is located at 25 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco at the Van Ness MUNI Station.

As You Like It/Henry V - 6/23/2007

Both plays performed the same day! As You Like It at 4PM, Henry V at 8PM Cheaspeake Shakespeare Company at the Ruins in Ellicott City www.chesapeakeshakespeare.com

The New Enthusiasn - 6/23/2007

7PM: Conversation Storm/Great Hymn of Thanksgiving (The Nonsense Company) 9PM: The Most Mysterious Day of the Year (The Missoula Oblongata) Theatre Project presents The New Enthusiam, a three day festival featuring work by Wham City, The Nonsense Company and The Missoula Oblongata June 21 - 23 at 7PM and 9PM General: $10 per show/ $15 per evening Student/Artist: $7 per show/$10 per evening 410-752-8558 or www.missiontix.com

Night of the Living Dead: LIVE! - 6/23/2007

The Primitive Screwheads – the nightmarish people who brought San Francisco audiences Evil Dead: LIVE! and The Chainsaw Massacres – bring something even more bloody and disgusting… Night of the Living Dead: LIVE!

"Six strangers are trapped in a small farmhouse in the countryside of Pennsylvania… Why? Because the dead are coming back to life and want flesh!" states press materials, "You've seen it millions of times, but now see it as you've never seen it before – Right in your lap! Night of the Living Dead: LIVE! is a live, interactive, theatrical production that parodies, yet remains faithful to George Romero's classic horror films.

Combining elements from Night, Dawn and Day of the Dead, this show will blow your mind if zombies don't eat it first. Be ready for nudity, brains, dismemberment, gore, and (as always) lots and lots of blood! as only The Primitive Screwheads Theatre Co. can bring to you!"

Mature audiences only! Warning: Blood and gore will shower down upon the audience in an unholy thunderstorm from Hell. Do not wear your nice clothing!

Performances are June 13 – 16 and 20 – 23. Doors open at 7PM; Zombies attack at 8PM at the Holehead Playhouse, 1333 Indiana at 25th.

Tickets are $20. Get them early www.sfindie.com before performances sell-out! For more information on the Primitive Screwheads Theatre Co., visit www.pr


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