Seacoast Rep Screens THE LOST BOYS, Welcomes Jamison Newlander Tonight

Seacoast Rep Screens THE LOST BOYS, Welcomes Jamison Newlander Tonight

Seacoast Repertory Theatre has announced that Let's "B" Reel: Cult Classic Films at The Rep will screen Joel Schumacher's The Lost Boys with a very special live Skype interview with star of the film, Jamison Newlander tonight, June 18th 2014. In addition to the special display, there will be a sultry vampire themed pre-show featuring hosts Timothy Fife and the "Queen of B's", Bunny Wonderland (Knate Higgins), and Lady Luck Burlesque.

"We are so excited to kick off our summer cult film season with such a bang..." says Higgins, The Rep's Special Series Curator. "Lost Boys has always been a great summer movie in my mind. It embodies the spirit of youth in the 80's with a punk rock and 'vamp' flare". In addition to the live interview with Newlander, there will be specialty themed cocktails, a costume contest, and exclusive Lost Boys giveaways.

The Lost Boys is a dark horror comedy, cult classic which follows two teenage brothers as they move to Santa Carla, California where they soon find out that by nightfall the boardwalk turns into a breeding ground for hip vampires. Starring Kiefer Sutherland as head of the vampiric "Lost Boys, (the late) Corey Haim as a wise-mouthed teen who discovers the tribe, and Jamison Newlander in his iconic role as Alan Frog, the vampire hunter.

"The fact that we have Newlander on board is HUGE..." says Timothy Fife, Co-director of the Let's "B" Reel film series. "We can't wait to see what he has to say about this film, and his iconic role as one of the Frog Brothers."

The Lost Boys will be screened Wed. June 18th, 2014 at 7:30pm at Seacoast Repertory Theatre. Lobby and Bar open at 6:30pm. Pre-show will begin promptly at 7:30p.m. All tickets day of show are Pay What You Can and are general admission. $10 in advance. Seating is limited. Tickets may be purchased online at, in person at 125 Bow Street Portsmouth, NH 03801, or over the phone at 603.433.4472.

Photo Courtesy of Michael Winters Photography

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