Sleeping Weazel's first public event is almost upon us.
|The Weazels. Amanda Weir, Charlotte Meehan, Adara Meyers and Jess Foster|
We are incredibly proud to feature works by some of our beloved Affiliated and Associate Artists.
Tuesday, March 13, 2012 at 7:30 pm
An Evening of Mixed-Genre Performance Works
Mark Baumer’s the human milkshake - eat fresh milk that's been near your body (orchestrated by Charlotte Meehan and Patrick Rashleigh)
Magdalena Gómez's Why I Became a Loud Puerto Rican (and other impolite stories)
Jess Foster's Sane - a play on words and madness
(performed by Gloria Crist, Elise Morrison, and Amanda Weir)
Elise Morrison's Through the Looking Glass: The Surveillance Cabaret - songs of love and loss, discipline and desire in the digital age
(with musicians Jacob Richman and Kirsten Volness)
Jacob Richman's Pretty Polly - a multimedia setting of a murder ballad tracing its history through American bluegrass to England/Scotland
(with double bassist/vocalist Lisa Dowling)
The Factory Theatre, 791 Tremont Street, Boston, MA
Tickets $15 general / $10 students and seniors at the door or online
It certainly will be an evening not to be missed. I'm going to be acting. Now, that is worth seeing. My oh My, what a treat!
Yeah, I know it's a Tuesday night, but try to remember you are not your Grandma. In fact, bring your Grandma! She'll love it, you'll love it, and you're friend who didn't come out to this outrageous event is going to be rather upset they missed it!