Kid Simple only $8 Thursday!
current mood: excited
If anyone would like to see me in a very interesting, surreal play, Kid Simple plays this weekend and next, and it's only $8 on Thursdays with a StageSource card! What's that, you say? No StageSource card? Pssst....I have one. I'll give it to you before the show. On the other days, I do have a $2 off coupon, which is better than nothing I suppose! Anyway, let me know if you'd like to come or would like more info. Here's the summary below:
KID SIMPLE: A Radio Play in the Flesh
KID SIMPLE: A Radio Play in the Flesh will run Oct. 30th-Nov. 14th at The Factory Theatre, 791 Tremont St., South End, Boston. Thursday-Saturday @ 8 pm, Sundays @ 3 pm. Tickets are $15 full price, $12 students/seniors and can be purchased online at theatermania.com. Cash only at the door.
$8 StageSource member discount on Thursdays!
In this quirky fable of innocence and experience, Moll, a girl who invents things, wins the science fair with a machine for hearing sounds that can't be heard. But when a shape-shifting Mercenary steals the invention (and her heart), she must embark on a quest to save noise as we know it. Accompanied by the last boy-virgin in the eleventh grade, Moll crosses chasms and rafts rivers into a world where sound is always more than what meets the ear.
Holland Productions and The Factory Theatre team up to produce Jordan Harrison’s KID SIMPLE: A Radio Play in The Flesh. KID SIMPLE transports us from the days of fireside radio dramas to a world of exhilarating science fiction and fantasy. The play premiered at the Humana Festival in 2004 where it was reviewed as, “The most inventive and satisfying piece…a thrilling abandonment of old school literalism.” – John Moore, The Denver Post. Krista D’Agostino, Producing Artistic Director of Holland Productions directs and Greg Jutkiewicz of The Factory Theatre designs lights and set.
The play features live sound effects by Foley Artist/Actress Joye Thaller, of The Post Meridian Radio Players and the acting talents of Joey Pelletier (Where Moments Hung Before, Boston Actors Theater; Blowing Whistles, Zeitgeist Stage), Mikey DiLoreto (Where Moments Hung Before, Boston Actors Theater; Aloha, Say The Pretty Girls, Holland Productions) Nicholas Chris (Emerson College) Brittany Halls (Emerson College), Crystal Lisbon (The Gingerbread Lady, Happy Medium), Cassandra Meyer (The House of Yes, Apollinaire Theatre Company), Kiki Samko (Dream of Life, Imaginary Beasts), Mac Young (Bad Jazz, Zeitgeist Stage; Aloha Say, The Pretty Girls, Holland Productions) and Matthew Zahnzinger (Blood Relations, Flat Earth Theatre).