The dark-dark-darkly comic memory play centers on young Antietam Julep, a closeted prepubescent coming of age during the reptilian rapture in 1940s Louisiana. Sequestered with his family and the neighbors who have well-outstayed their welcome, Antietam discovers that the real blood-thirsty beasts are not the ones that lurk below. With wit, gore, sentiment, idiocy, archetypes, accents, and Gators, Alligator Summer is the guiltiest of pleasures for the refined sadist in all of us. ALLIGATOR SUMMERby Dylan LambDirected by Brandi VarnellFeaturing:Nicholas Yenson*Mark A. Keeton*Annalisa Loeffler*Dylan LambJackie Krim*Nathan Brisby*Erin E. McGuffJune 20 - July 7In the Dorothy Strelsin TheatreAbingdon Theatre Arts Complex312 West 36th Street(Between 8th and 9th Avenues)Tickets are $15 in advancePlease note: Online sales end 12 hours before showtime. $18 tickets will be available at the door until they're gone!** Please Note: This play includes many adult themes. Please use discretion when purchasing tickets for anyone under 16 years of age **An Equity Approved Showcase*Members Appearing Courtesy of Actors' Equity AssociationThis play is not a production of The Abingdon Theater Company, Inc.
Theater: Abingdon Theatre Arts Complex
Address: 312 West 36th Street - 1st Flr
New York, NY 10018
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