Reefer Madness: Comedy Based on the "High"-Flying Cult "Hit"
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Well, I wish I would have known that the Roy Arias Theatre was what it was. It seems that this is a place that people can attend acting classes and at the end of the session, they get to perform a play. I really don't want to call it an acting...continued
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“Today Reefer Madness has reached cult status…Sean Abley’s adaptation faithfully — and hilariously — reproduces the film’s spirit and much of its dialogue.” —Chicago Tribune
Adam Roebuck Productions Presents
_Reefer Madness _— The Cult “High” Flying “Hit” Play
By Sean Abley
Directed by Mickey McGuire
Bill, Mary, Gwen, and Jimmy are all swell kids. They listen to their parents, do well in school, and help out around the community — that is, until they get caught up in the marijuana subculture. With “Mary Jane” filling their lungs, these kids resort to theft, prostitution, and murder to satisfy their cravings, which leads to suicide and death sentences. Is one puff really too much? A hilarious send-up of the 1936 exploitation film, now a cult classic.