SLASHED! THE MUSICAL RETURNS FOR 8-PERFORMANCE RUN THIS OCTOBERview show |
The award winning killer comedy musical is back inside The Ruby Theater at The Complex in Hollywood, California featuring two new songs and an extended ending.
Los Angeles, California (Tuesday, September 5, 2017) – Fresh off of a sold out run and rave reviews at the Hollywood Fringe Festival in June, SLASHED! The Musical is BACK this October with an encore run of the killer comedy musical love-letter to the classic 80’s Summer Camp Slasher Genre. Featuring a cast of characters that you know and love — but with a twist! — and original songs inspired by 1980s Top 40 radio, SLASHED! has had audiences laughing and screaming since its world premiere this summer. Don’t miss the show that Friday the 13th creator Sean S. Cunningham calls “A slashing good time!”
Performances begin on Thursday, October 5 and run through Sunday, October 15, including a special performance on Friday, October 13!
7 original songs. 7 kills. 1 hell of a fun time.
Winner: THE ENCORE! PRODUCER AWARD – Hollywood Fringe Festival 2017
Nominated: Best Musical – Hollywood Fringe Festival 2017
Nominated: THE SCREAMIEST – Hollywood Fringe Festival 2017
Book, music, and lyrics by musical theater veteran (RENT, BUDDY: THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY) and genre screenwriter Sean Keller (Dario Argento’s GIALLO, John Carpenter’s THE WARD).
Directed by master of the modern horror short, Chelsea Stardust (UNDER THE BED, MARCO POLO, AND SLAY-PER-VIEW).
Produced by veteran horror producer Rudy Scalese (GOING TO PIECES: THE RISE AND FALL OF THE SLASHER FILM, 6 SOULS, Eli Roth’s Crypt TV) and genre personality and influencer Clarke Wolfe (Nerdist, Syfy, Collider).
Cast includes: Curt Bonnem, Kristyn Chalker, Acquah Dansoh, Sean Keller, Timothy Kopacz, Mary O’Neil, Fayna Sanchez, Elissa Wagner, and Clarke Wolfe.
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Step into the walls of Madcap Creative’s dollhouse for an evening of erotically charged performance art with a taste for fetish. Meet their collection of human dolls as they contort, shimmy, and strip. All dolls are crafted to tease and please.
In February, "Maron Doll" was performed at NOHO Arts District where it received heartfelt reviews from those who were deeply touched by the story of a mother and daughter's struggles through abandonment, failure, poverty, and Alzheimer's disease.