The Monster Tales: Nighttime Dreams Come to Life by Mill 6 Collaborative
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The last date listed for The Monster Tales was Saturday May 21, 2011 / 3:00pm (Closing Performance).
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Make no mistake about it, these reindeer games from the Happy Medium Theatre company are definitely for adults only. In this dark-as-coal Christmas comedy, the North Pole becomes a hotbed of scandal when one of Santa's eight tiny reindeer accuses him of a little jolly old sexual harassment. As the media catches the scent of scandal and invades Santa's sanctuary, the rest of the reindeer chime in with their own perspectives. The result: a heinous (and hilarious) tale of perversion and corruption that entangles everyone from the littlest elf in the workshop to, of course, the big man who sits in the sleigh: Saint Nick himself. With its firm commitment to community in mind, Happy Medium Theatre will be donating all profits from The Eight: Reindeer Monologues to various Boston area charities, including the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center, The Home for Little Wanderers and The Women's Center. Learn More
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- “Touching and inordinately wise.” –nytheatre.com
Written by Mary Jett Parsley
Directed by Barlow Adamson & John Edward O’Brien
Featuring Sasha Castroverde, Irene Daly, Nathaniel Gundy, Becca A. Lewis, Lonnie McAdoo and Liz Rimar
Original music is composed and performed by Sarah Rabdau and Peter Moore of Sarah RabDAU & self-employed assassins & count zero
About the Ticket Supplier: Mill 6 Collaborative
The Mill 6 Collaborative was founded in 1998 to find plays and playwrights they love and bring them to a wider audience in Boston. Productions range from local premieres of fantastic works to commissioned brand new plays by area playwrights. Mill 6 is a proud member of StageSource and the Theater Arts Marketing Alliance (TAMA). Since its' founding Mill 6 has presented twenty productions including six world premieres and 8 Boston/New England premieres. They have performed plays in Boston, Cambridge, Somerville, Arlington, Provincetown and New York City.