B. Someday Productions at Walking Fish Theatre and Walking Fish Burlesque Present:
BLOOD KEGGER AT MONSTER BEACH
A night of crazy science, drunken revelry and dancing girls!
The Walking Fish Theatre
2509 Frankford Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19125 215-427-9255 (WALK)
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 @ 8pm (Pay-What-You-Can Admission)
Thursday, August 30, 2012 @ 8pm (Free Beer Thursday)
Friday, August 31, 2012 @ 8pm
Saturday, September 1, 2012 @ 8pm
Sunday, September 2, 2012 @ 8pm
$18.00 for General Admission;
$16.00 advance purchase online at our WEBSITE: www.bsomeday.org
Mad scientist, Dr Paulina, and her faithful hunchback sidekick, Clurb (of Midnight Monster Mayhem fame) create Man/Fish at their lab on Monster Party Island. He escapes at the same time that the popular video series “Drunk Girls Who’ve Signed Releases” arrives to film on Monster Island. In addition, the most awesome frat boy kegger is going down on the beach. Hi-jinks ensue! The first of three or four burlesque shows produced by Walking Fish Burlesque during the upcoming 2012-13 season at Walking Fish Theatre.
Written by Max Guerin (Midnight Monster Mayhem), bassist for New Pony and Absinthe Drinkers.
Directed by Stan Heleva (Suburban Motel, Midnight Monster Mayhem), Producing Artistic Director of B. Someday Productions.
Starring Michelle Pauls (The End of Civilization, Midnight Monster Mayhem), Managing Artistic Director of B. Someday Productions.
ABOUT B. SOMEDAY PRODUCTIONS AT WALKING FISH THEATRE:
B. Someday Productions, a 501.c.(3) non-profit theatre-arts corporation, is a small independent producing and presenting theatre company, producing mainstage shows, cabaret productions, educational outreach programs, co-producing comedy, and family theatre programs. B. Someday was honored with its first Barrymore Award for its outreach program, Of Mythic Proportions in 2010 by the Theatre Alliance of Greater Philadelphia.
Established in 2007, Walking Fish Theatre, home to B. Someday Productions, is located in Kensington, on the Frankford Avenue Corridor of the Arts in Philadelphia. B. Someday is committed, within its community and beyond, to bringing and creating art on the Frankford Avenue Arts Corridor.
B. Someday Productions uses theatre, literature and myth to bring together artists and the community to discover new strategies for urban our challenges. B. Someday celebrates tradition while renewing the creative process through producing theatre–original, adaptation and in existence–providing educational programs and operating the Walking Fish Theatre.