Bluebarn Stages' HOT ‘N’ THROBBING Closes 4/3
BLUEBARN Theatre continues its 21st season with Paula Vogel's dark comedy, Hot ‘N' Throbbing, which runs through April 3, 2010. BLUEBARN's ArtisticDirector, Susan Clement-Toberer directs this surreal and yet hilarious drama which showcases costumes by Jenny Pool, scenic design by Martin Scott Marchitto, lighting design by CarolWisner, and sound design by Martin Magnuson.
About Hot ‘N' Throbbing
Take Charlene, a suburban mother who writes erotic screenplays for women in order to support herchildren; add Clyde, her funny, dangerously obsessive and estranged husband; toss in hormonallyovercharged teenagers; and layer it all with a screenplay on a deadline that Charlene desperately tries towrite-and you end up with HOT 'N' THROBBING, a gripping new play written by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of How I Learned To Drive.
"HOT 'N' THROBBING is a theatrical 911 call that no serious theatergoer can afford to ignore." -Baltimore Sun."Screamingly funny, at the same time painful and poignant, [HOT 'N' THROBBING] boldly asks thequestion: Which is more obscene, pornography or domestic violence?" -Molly Smith, Arena Stage Hot ‘N' Throbbing is made possible through generous support from the Lozier Foundationand Whitmore Charitable Trust.About the stars of Hot ‘n' ThrobbingHot ‘N' Throbbing stars Kim Jubenville (BLITHE SPIRIT, Omaha Playhouse) as "Charlene." Kim's lastappearance at BLUEBARN Theatre was in The Dresser (2005) and Love Letters (2005). The rest of thecompany of Hot ‘N' Throbbing include: Mike Markey (12 Angry Men, Omaha Playhouse) as "Clyde,"Shannon Jaxies (Matt & Ben, Omaha Playhouse) as "Leslie Ann," David James Zenchuk, Jr. as "Calvin,"David Mainelli as "The Voice," and Kirstin Kluver (GYPSY, Omaha Playhouse) as "The Voice Over."
About BLUEBARN Theatre
The BLUEBARN Theatre was established in the late 1980s with graduates from the Professional TheatreTraining Conservatory at the State University of New York at Purchase. Seeking to continue the deeplyshared artistic aesthetic and practice that they had developed from their conservatory training, and alsocreate theatre outside the constraints of New York City's commercial market.Now in its 21 st season, the BLUEBARN has established itself as Omaha's premier contemporary theatrecompany. After producing over 80 plays since 1989, the BLUEBARN's reputation for high qualityentertainment and pursuit of stories that challenge both the theatre artists and patrons is solid.Theatre without boundaries...
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