By Stephen Karam Directed by Eve Muson April 13 - May 1, 2011 Horowitz Center’s Studio Theatre
A cutting-edge dark comedy from one of Off-Broadway’s hottest young playwrights that cleverly blends music, cyberspace, and dance in a story of three teenage misfi ts linked by a sex scandal that rocks the town of Salem, Oregon.
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Approximate Running Time:
1 hr., 45 minutes, no intermission
General Admission Seating
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Pre-Show Lecture: Saturday, April 30, at 12:30 pm - Free
Post-Show Talk Back:Friday, April 22 and 29 - Free
Post-Show Reception:Saturday, April 16 following the 8PM performance
Signed Performance:Sunday, April 24 2PM
Venue Information - Studio Theatre (General Admission Seating)
The Horowitz Center Studio Theatre is a state-of-the-art venue designed for theatrical productions. Commonly referred to as a "Black Box Theatre", the space can be completely reconfigured to accommodate the specific set design and seating needs of any production - it's never the same place twice! Audiences of up to 250 patrons attend Rep Stage productions in this venue year-round.