Pulpy Potboiler The Beebo Brinker Chronicles Looks at Love in a Repressed Time
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Richard Loeb and Nathan Leopold captured the imagination of America in the 1920s as two of the most notorious killers of the young 20th century. In Thrill Me: The Leopold and Loeb Story, Outre Theatre Company presents a unique, two-man musical that explores the relationship between the country's original "thrill killers." The play starts in 1958, with Leopold facing a parole board, explaining the chain of events that led to the murder of a 12-year-old boy. The story of dark obsessions, jealously and love is a compelling and disturbing one, brought to vivid life by actors Conor Walton and Mike Westrich. Learn More
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This was a fun play that took you back in time to an age that luckily isn't around anymore. It was fun, the music, lighting and costumes were spot on, and I wanted it to go on and on. After seeing the play, I now want to read the Beebo books!
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“Director Ehly and a strong cast mine Beebo Brinker_ for not only its noir-style humor but for the sobering, resonant truths about the characters’ search for happiness in a judgmental world.” —Miami Heraldbeebo-brinker-chronicles-a-search.html
“Kudos to Kutumba Theatre Project for adding spice to what can sometimes be bland theatre in south Florida with their production of The Beebo Brinker Chronicles.” —Edge Miami
“This play is bawdy and salacious, full of suggestive language, sexual situations, even a little nudity – all for a cause that is both winningly witty and emotionally sensitive.” –-Boca Magazine
This play contains mature content.