Rumpelstiltskin: Ring in the New Year With Winter Pantomime
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The last date listed for Rumpelstiltskin was Saturday February 1, 2014 / 1:00pm.
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Dramatizing the extreme depths to which some "reality shows" will sink in order to boost ratings, Good Television follows one such moral spiral to its explosive end. Connie -- an intervention counselor and producer of a television series that showcases people battling addictions -- has reservations about an upcoming episode. But against her better judgment, she agrees to travel to South Carolina with the rest of her colleagues in order to profile a young meth addict and his family. Connie's superiors are hungry for a risk-filled, riveting and potentially explosive episode, while Connie's concerned that she won't be able to fight off her own inner-demons. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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Truly great fun for all ages. The professional cast and their colorful costumes made me forget that we are in the depths of winter in Boston; I was transported to another world, and we all had a blast with the audience participation too. Highly recommended. If you are able to find on-street parking, you will have time during intermission to feed the meter.
Quotes & Highlights
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