Fear Festival - Seven Short Plays That Face Our Fears from 13th Street Rep
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The last date listed for Fear Festival was Sunday November 14, 2010 / 3:30pm.
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A musical spoof of the theater world, this comedy takes aim at all the stereotypes right down to the casting couch. During auditions, actors for a gay musical are asked to bare their soles and a bit more to get the part. Entertaining, high-spirited and filled with great songs, Theater Boys follows a naïve young actor and a former child star who are both auditioning for the same role. Told through comic and heartfelt flashbacks, the two actors are able to find common ground through their coming-out experiences as teens. You'll love the silly story, wonderful acting and the upbeat, vaudevillian songs. Learn More
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I liked it. It was funny,quirky,a little dramatic and a little strange. The stories were well acted and well told. All in all I thought it was entertaining and a nice break from the mid-town, over the top productions. Mininmal props - just real...continued
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