Farcical Bourgeois Seafaring Adventure Pirate Lives! The Musical
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The last date listed for Pirate Lives! The Musical was Saturday April 28, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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Get your share of some Texas-sized and truly twisted dark comedy in Killer Joe, written by acclaimed playwright Tracy Letts. This is the sordid and satirical tale of Chris, a drug dealer who decides his best chance of saving his own skin involves killing his mom for the insurance money. Other members of the Smith family see dollar signs and join Chris in hiring Killer Joe Cooper (who also happens to be a cop) to execute the contract. All hell breaks loose when this host of incompetent, back-stabbing characters twist themselves into one heck of a deep-fried, white-trash mess. Much like a train wreck, it's hard to look away from the staggering level of dysfunction and disturbing psychoses that appear on stage. Incidentally, Letts also wrote the screenplay for the 2011 film of the same name, which starred Matthew McConaughey as the title character. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Eric Rehm as Captain Sherry
Brandon Rahhal as Bosun Greaves
Megan Goltermann as Boots
Stu Holmes as Dangerous Barney
Christine Toohey as Emily Marshwood
Catherine Lee Christie as Murial Fenwick
Jeffrey Marcus as Dr. Gerald Cuthbert
Monica Shea as Amanda Darling
Noah Tobin as The Crimson Man
Devon Jones as Servant
Sophia Shrand as Maid
Director/Playwright - David Marino
Producer - Jake Scaltreto
Music Director/Composer - Steve Gilbane
Choreographer - Sejal Patel
Stage Manager - Amy Lehrmitt
Costume Designer - Coriana Hunt Swartz
Set Designer - Debra Reich
Lighting Designer - Matt Breton
Props Master - James Hayward
Design Consultant - Nate Kruback
Build Chief - Leigh Downes
Graphic Artist - Rob Burke
Electrician - Rebecca Dunham
About the Ticket Supplier: Flat Earth Theatre, Inc.
Flat Earth Theatre is a collaborative of artists actively developing an egalitarian theatre company. Engaging both artist and audience, we create an ever-evolving theatre experience that is both accessible and distinct.