Posing Strap Pirates Set Sail at the Eclectic Company Theatre
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The last date listed for Posing Strap Pirates was Saturday December 10, 2011 / 10:00pm.
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It's true: They're Weird, always On and at the Top of their game! 7½ White People, Weird On Top's long-running improv comedy show at Eclectic Company Theatre, fills the bill for some side-splitting, tear-inducing, undergarment-threatening laughter. Troupe members include Mark Burford, Danielle Cintron, Tiffany Cole, Carissa Gipprich, Mason Hallberg, Kerr Seth Lordygan, Sarah McCann and Alex Sanborn, who are well-versed in creating comic mayhem of the adult variety. Learn More
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Featured review from Markster
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Our group thought Posing Pirates was just plain fun. Silly and campy fun - we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.
Quotes & Highlights
- "Plenty of wrestling and some leather action pepper this hilarious romp on the high seas. Running at just over an hour, <em>Posing Strap Pirates</em> is quick, fun, and entertaining." --<a target="_blank" href="http://www.edgelosangeles.com/entertainment/theatre//performance/127090/posing_strap_pirates"><em>EDGE Los Angeles</em></a>
- "This little comic adventure holds true to a classic pirate yarn, but with a manly twist! Amusing piece that shows where men are men and are all glad of it:, something of a notion that gives this production its appeal." --<a target="_blank" href="http://accessiblyliveoffline.blogspot.com/"><em>Accessibly Live</em></a>
- <em>"</em> Under Laura Lee Bahr’s astute direction, the cast ... hit just the right notes, somewhere between heightened and over-the-top. I had a whale of a good time at sea." --<a target="_blank" href="http://www.stagescenela.com/2011/11/posing-strap-pirates/"><em>StageSceneLA</em></a> (Recommended)
- "This should amuse lovers of gay camp." --<a target="_blank" href="http://blogs.laweekly.com/stylecouncil/2011/11/baby_doll_forgotten_on_holy_gr.php#more "><em>LA Weekly</em></a>
Toye Buck, handsome young heir to a Louisiana sugar plantation, is kidnapped by the real pirates of the Caribbean, the desperate cutthroats of the pirate ship Billy Budd, with the most feared crew ever to sail under a flapping Jolly Roger. The captain, Rake Matelot, wants Toye to be his love toy.
Toye wants none of that. He is, after all, engaged to be married to a lady in Martinique. He becomes friends with the cabin boy, Beau Ideal. Very good friends. Very, very good friends, in fact. This enrages Rake, who demands vengeance.
What will Toye do?
Playwright Michael Van Duzer’s other works include Hopeful Romantic, Recalled to Life, Tawdry Tales, Cloudburst, Trattoria of Terror and The History of Gay Theatre in Something More Than Sixty Seconds. He is also a director.
Laura Lee Bahr directs the new production. She has acted and written often for The Eclectic Company Theatre, appearing on its stage most recently in Preposterous. Posing Strip Pirates marks her directing debut.
The cast of includes John Dickey, Paul Duffy, Mason Hallberg, Jonathon Lamer, Kerr Seth Lordygan, David Robert May and Jeffrey Patrick Olson.
Stage manager: Jennifer Salas. Assistant director: Questa Gleason. Casting: Alisha Seaton. Costume design: Ken Patton. Lighting design: John Dickey. Sound design: Jeff Folschinsky. Set design: Ryan Siebrasse. Original music: Niki Blumberg.