Reefer Madness

Opened: October 7, 2001
Closing: October 28, 2001

Reefer Madness - 2001 - Off-Broadway History , Info & More

Variety Arts Theatre
110 Third Avenue New York, NY 10003

This musical satire shows the dire consequences that befall wholesome teens Jimmy Harper and Mary Lane when they fail to heed The Lecturer’s warnings and are lured into the Reefer Den.

Reefer Madness - 2001 - Off-Broadway Cast

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