Out of State nudity: THE GINGERBREAD HOUSE in Seattle

GingerbreadPostcardExcerpt from Jay Irwin’s article in Broadwayworld.com:

“So, yeah, a super intense show that you really need to be in the mood for. And I must warn you there’s a healthy dose of language, violence and full frontal nudity in the show. But, if you can handle it, it makes for one hell of a ride. Just leave a trail of breadcrumbs so you can get back to normal life afterwards.”

“The Gingerbread House” plays at Theater Schmeater through April 20th. For tickets or information visit them online at www.schmeater.org.

Read more about BWW Reviews: Theater Schmeater’s THE GINGERBREAD HOUSE Shines with Dark Intensity by seattle.broadwayworld.com

From the press release:

The Gingerbread House
by Mark Schultz

Synopsis
Blocked from their aspirational yuppiedom by their two children, Brian and Stacey decide to sell them to clear the way for a better life. Freedom and wealth mingle with regret and guilt in this slick pitch-black comedy that exposes not only the darker underside of material excess, but the darker insecurities of living beyond boundaries.
Dates & Times
March 22 – April 20, 2013
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 pm
Ticket Prices
General: $18 in advance, $23 at the door
Students and seniors: $15 in advance, $18 at the door
TPS: $10 at the door
Thursday nights are Pay What You Can at the door for remaining available seats.
NOTE: To be assured a seat for any Thursday night performance it is recommended that you visit http://www.brownpapertickets.com and pay full price.

Featuring
Daniel Christensen as Marco
Sara Coates as Stacey
Tom Dewey as Brian
Lori Lee Haener as Fran
Raymond Williams as Collin

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