Abigail Dreary: A Thrilling New Tale of Romantic Obsession
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The last date listed for Abigail Dreary was Saturday August 6, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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David Magidson has spent the past 30 years donning white makeup, oversized shoes and a big red nose in order to entertain audiences as a professional clown. With his new show, Through the Eyes of a Clown, Magidson tries to uncover what drives a person to live in a reality as strange as, well ... his. Mixing tales of his time spent touring with the Ringling Brothers Circus with some goofy and inspired clown sketches, Through the Eyes of a Clown brings audience members into the curious world of clowning with a blend of humorous, whimsical and pointedly personal material. Learn More
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See it! It is a very effective story - well written & well told by actors & director. Psychological thriller meets ghost story meets urban legend with fun, exciting results that leave enough questions to spur a good "spirited" conversation. See it!
By Michelle Elaine Ianiro
Directed by Dale Albright
An Ianiro Productions Event in Association with Sidecar Theatre
Jake Sigl, Eden Neuendorf, Brian Smick, Lisa-Marie Newton, Tamara Miller, Emily Pathman, James Udom, Nancy Sale, Trevor Bates, Leah Gallagher and Alissa Anderegg as Abigail Dreary
Michelle Ianiro is a performer, playwright, producer, and currently serves as the Company Manager for Boxcar Theatre. She has appeared in four Boxcar Theatre productions beginning with the critically acclaimed Where The Side Walk Ends, followed by Rent Boy Avenue, I ♥ SF and Project V/The Vagina Monologues.
About the Ticket Supplier: Boxcar Theatre
Boxcar Theatre is dedicated to the creation of new and adaptive works through a collaborative process. Through physical movement, dynamic imagery and innovative storytelling Boxcar strives to create an atmosphere and environment in which its audience will be engaged in a visceral sense and intellectual capacity.