Blood Rose Rising: Ghosts, Music, Drinking, Murder and Fun
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The last date listed for Blood Rose Rising was Saturday March 10, 2012 / 10:30pm (Immaterial Girl).
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The competition is fierce, fast, funny and family-friendly at this ingenious improv show that pits two teams of sharp-witted performers against each other in an all-out battle for comedy supremacy. With the audience providing suggestions and ultimately proclaiming winners, the squads are challenged to come up with scenes, bits and songs on the spot, in the spirit of TV's Whose Line Is It Anyway? A referee watches the action, calling fouls and keeping score, as the players compete in 7 to 12 different improv games each time, out of a repertoire of more than 100. You'll never see the same show twice, and they keep it clean for the kids. Learn More
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February 17 – April 7, 2012: Immaterial Girl (Episode One) __
Blood Rose Rising__ is a supernatural romantic thriller. It tells the story of Robert Blackwood, a young history professor living in Cambridge, Massachusetts, who inherits a tumbledown Victorian mansion from his estranged father, the brilliant and mysterious Ulysses Blackwood, member of a long line of scientific and medical luminaries. Robert finds that the house is haunted by the presence of a beautiful Victorian woman, Rose. His growing obsession with her leads him to discover that by spilling the blood of the living, he can temporarily restore her to life. He sets out down the dark road between good and evil, murder and salvation, life and death.
With cast members Calvin Braxton, Andrew Cromartie, Poornima Kirby, Aimee Rose Ranger, Casey Preston, Dakota Shepard, Victor Shopov and Robert St. Laurence and live music by local bands, notably indy sensation Alchemilla, Blood Rose Rising promises many evenings of vivid, high-powered entertainment.
Blood Rose Rising was created by Ben Evett, who has been an innovator on the Boston scene for over 20 years. A member of the A.R.T. Resident Acting Company from 1993-2003, Evett went on to found the Actors’ Shakespeare Project, and led its remarkable growth from a small start-up to a cornerstone of the Boston theatre scene from 2004-2009. The scripts for the series are co-written by Evett and Steve Barkhimer, who is himself a theatrical renaissance man. Well known as a brilliant actor, director and musician, Barkhimer is also a skilled playwright who studied under the tutelage of Derek Walcott at Boston University and was the recipient of the Kennedy Center’s John Cauble Award for Best Short Play of 2009.
_The show is recommended for those ages 12 and older, as it contains some strong language, loud sound effects and music, and violence.