Bizarre '70s Cult Film The Baby On Stage
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The last date listed for The Baby was Saturday August 31, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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Freakier than Frankenstein, weirder than Wolfman, more deadly than Dracula, Cthulhu is the monster other monsters have nightmares about. The dark masterpiece of H.P. Lovecraft, whom Stephen King calls "the greatest practitioner of the classic horror tale," Cthulhu moves from page to stage in the Visceral Company's new adaptation of The Call of Cthulhu. Drama Desk nominee Frank Blocker has ingeniously adapted the original short story and now plays all nine characters in a bravura performance. Though set across decades, each character finds themselves ensnared in the same mystery of the alien god Cthulhu, the cult that worships him ... and the doomsday his awakening will bring. Produced by the team behind last year's sold-out Lovecraft: Nightmare Suite, The Call of Cthulhu will take audiences to a place where "even death may die." Learn More
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Lots of fun! If you like creepy-yet-funny stuff - GO! (Also, rent the film - it stands on its own, too.) We've seen the movie, loved it, and now also love this live version. It definitely doesn't always work to do a verbatim staging - but this...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“Gleefuly perverse … So weird it will almost have your eyes a-bugging and your jaw a-gaping … Hilarious production boasts crisp comic timing and a delicious campiness.” —_LA Weekly _
“A 75-minute onslaught of campy psychosis … This is utterly sick shit, and hysterical throughout, with all the incest, murder, bright colors, brain damage, and bad disco dancing you could possibly dream of, capped off with a twist ending to die for.” —Fangoria
“Fully committed to the tropes and excesses of exploitation cinema, the cast and crew of The Baby revel in this sick and demented little domestic melodrama … This is a loving farce of an obscure and obscene film, and is the most fun I’ve had at a play in a long time.” —_Mad Theatrics _
“This thing is just twisted, funny and wacky … Consistently depraved in a consistently silly way.” —_Bitter Lemons _
This show runs 75 minutes and includes nudity. No one younger than age 18 will be admitted.