Mom's Consorting With Extraterrestrials in Dark Matters
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Tribute artist Peter Mac has been acclaimed since 2002 for his remarkable portrayals of Judy Garland. Mac now celebrates Halloween with the legendary star of stage and screen. When Garland encounters Endora and Uncle Arthur from Bewitched and the witchy duo need to escape Salem -- and fast -- campy hijinks naturally ensue. Will Salem -- or Halloween -- ever be the same? Mac, a self-described "male actress," is known for his seriously fun and loving tributes to Garland, and was hailed for his performance by two of her most famous costars: Mickey Rooney and Margaret O'Brien. This hilarious show features both Garland's standards and songs of the spooky Halloween variety. Learn More
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Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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This was a very fascinating story which kept me wondering what would happen next. The actors were fitting of their roles, and did a believable job getting the plot to move along. The music and the lighting fit the story plot perfectly. The Factory Theatre is this cool intimate venue which is a hidden gem in Boston's South End. I would highly reccomend seeing this production.
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“Fans of both The Twilight Zone and The X-Files will find lots to like in Dark Matters. Aguirre-Sacasa keeps one’s head spinning with all of his story’s delicious and sinister possibilities.” —NYTheatre.com
In an isolated house at the edge of a cornfield, Bridget Cleary goes missing in the dead of the night. Her husband and daughter scramble to help Sheriff Egan find her. Then, as suddenly as she vanished, Bridget reappears, talking about strange visitations and otherwordly beings. Is she lying? Or are supernatural forces at work?
Science Fiction Theatre Company makes its Earthly debut with Aguirre-Sacasa’s Dark Matters, which first premiered in New York in 2006.