The Terrible Tragedy of Peter Pan: An Adult-Oriented Retelling
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The last date listed for The Terrible Tragedy of Peter Pan was Friday August 1, 2014 / 8:00pm.
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No knowledge of Shakespeare is necessary to enjoy this madcap comedy, in which three guys in tights set out to perform all 37 of the playwright's works in less than 100 minutes, with hilarious results. These theater classics undergo some changes, of course. Titus Andronicus becomes a cooking show, Othello is summarized in rap, Macbeth turns from tragedy into broad comedy and Hamlet is pared down to less than a minute. Originally created by the Reduced Shakespeare Company and first performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the show ran for almost a decade in London and has since traveled all over the world before landing here, presented by Out of Box Theatre in a newly revised version that's wilder than ever. Learn More
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The theatre was comfortable and easy to get to. The actors delivered a good show and there were nice creative elements in the interpretation. While I would not discourage friends from attending the show, I also do not foresee myself recommending it others. The story itself was slow at many points.
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This was a fun little theater. Set up like a box, with the stage flat in the center and rising chairs on opposite sides. Intimately small, maybe about 40 seats in the whole house. I liked the play, but it wasn't anything that blew my mind.
This show is not intended for children. It contains strong adult language and situations.
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Out of Box Theatre captivates audiences with inventive interpretations of classic work, a bold approach to original works and contemporary theatre and a dedication to creating the most intimate theatrical experience possible.