Facts of Life, The Lost Episode: An All-Male Cast Recreates the '80s Sitcom
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The last date listed for Facts of Life, The Lost Episode was Saturday September 25, 2010 / 8:00pm.
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The producers of the LA Weekly Theater Award-winner Mommie Queerest, Joe Everett Michaels and Tom Whitman present The Facts of Life: The Lost Episode. Written by Jamie Morris and under the direction of Christopher Kinney, this parody play deals with many topics that welcomes adults only to this performance.
Inspired by the ‘80s sitcom, Facts features an all-male cast as the girls of Eastland High. The girls’ dorm, and Mrs. Garrett’s job is in jeopardy due to the budget cuts. The evil schoolmaster wants to take everything away from them and get into Mrs. G’s pants. Blair, Tootie, Natalie and Jo will not allow this to happen, and they are willing to do anything, and I mean anything, to forbid this. The girls turn to prostitution to raise all of the money that they will need to keep their cozy dorm and Mrs. G.
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