| Open: 05/05/05 Close: 05/21/05
the most elaborate "guys dressed as girls" drama/comedy of the season. "Damaged Dames" is a lunatic parody of the 1930's "exploitation" films about the tragic pitfalls of commercialized vice. It's a collage of movie references, taglines, and cross-indexing of this film genre. It's the Carol Burnett Show mad movie spoof meets Charles Busch!
The show's concept while provocative maintains a level of innocent humor, it is what every history buff and classic movie buff will want to see this May, of course, with the addition of the 1930's sex appeal.
This is the second in the line of 1930's parodies, that author/actor Todd Michael has written over the last two years. "Damaged Dames" follows the "all-time hilarious" comedy about the 1930's era, "Bad Dames Go to Hell", which gave a whole new meaning to "the age of prostitution", honor, and respect for friendship. However, according to Michael, "Damaged Dames" is even more elaborate, creative, and is truly a sensational nerve shocker!
|The Asphalt Christmas
| Open: 12/08/11 Close: 12/18/11
It’s The Bells of St. Mary’s meets The Exorcist in this insane parody of Hollywood Christmas films. This is the story of St. Celestine’s annual holiday pageant, a ‘’possessed’’ fifteen-year-old girl, her long lost burlesque queen mother with a heart of gold, a singing priest with a past and a couple of nuns, who must deal with the devil within their convent school walls. Betrayal, lust and eggnog all come together in The Asphalt Christmas. ‘’The power of Christmas compels you!’’
Thursday, December 8th @ 8pm
Friday, December 9th @ 8pm
Saturday, December 10th @ 2pm & 8pm
Sunday, December 11th @ 3pm
Wednesday, December 14th @ 8pm
Thursday, December 15th @ 8pm
Friday, December 16th @ 8pm
Saturday, December 17th @ 2pm & 8pm
Sunday, December 18th @ 3pm
Cast: Courtney Cook (Torchy Farrell/Bubbles Flamour/Heloise Fralick), *Timothy J. Cox (Moose Kowalski/ Ziggy/Eddie Knight),Nancy Kellogg Gray (Sister Mary Joseph), Matt Harris (Mickey Loomis) Brian Hopson (Warden/Willard/Father McLaughlin/Joe Loomis), Chris Kateff (Father Patrick O’Day), Jessica Luck (Veda Munson), Todd Michael (Dixie La Hiff) and David L. Zwiers (Sister Mary Bernadette)
*Appearing courtesy of Actors Equity Association