The Method Gun: Austin's Rude Mechs Bring A Playfully Absurdist Play to RADAR L.A.
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The last date listed for The Method Gun was Sunday June 26, 2011 / 6:30pm.
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The worldwide phenomenon Fifty Shades of Grey has captivated audiences across the globe. So, clearly the time has come for a parody. 50 Shades! The Musical -- The Original Parody is a hilarious, sexy romp featuring dance numbers, songs and a live on-stage band ready to bring the steamy words to vivid life. A hit in Chicago, New York and at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the show now makes its Los Angeles premiere. 50 Shades! makes for an unexpectedly funny roller coaster ride through the book, featuring original songs like "They Get Nasty" and "There's a Hole Inside of Me." You won't want to miss this laugh-out-loud mix of music, comedy and sexual shenanigans. Opt for the "Red Room Experience" offer for access to the VIP Red Room after the show, which includes a cast meet-and-greet, a drink ticket and a collectible merchandise tie. Learn More
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Quotes & Highlights
- "Charming... gorgeously rendered... both stunning and haunting." --<em>American Theatre Magazine</em>
- "Honest, brave and often hilarious exploration of the creative process... absurd and awe-inspiring." --<em>Louisville Courier-Journal</em>
The Method Gun
Written by Kirk Lynn
Directed by Shawn Sides
Created and Performed by Rude Mechs
The Austin, Texas-based collective Rude Mechs takes a wild and inventive look at the cult of acting in The Method Gun. Presenting themselves as the abandoned disciples of a questionable acting guru, the company attempts to realize their mentor’s vision of a radically reduced production of A Streetcar Named Desire.
Shifting from the moving, if minimal, Streetcar to the methods of a company that is now the sole vessel of an acting technique called “The Approach,” The Method Gun follows a misfit ensemble as it courageously pursues its craft, touching upon the mechanisms of process and passion, doubt and devotion, in the pursuit of art.