Marvels, or God’s jokes?
Evolutionary curiosities, or creatures to be pitied?
FROM THE EDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL…
ACTORS’ CIRCLE THEATRE PRESENTS,
ON THE PETERBOROUGH PLAYERS STAGE…
FUTUREPROOF by Lynda Radley
May 17, 18, 19 ~ 7:30PM May 20 ~ 2PM
Call (603) 924-3876 or email email@example.com to make reservations!
Tickets are $15 – General Admission; $10 – Seniors/Students
OUR INCREDIBLE CAST!
Riley, owner of the Odditorium ~ Bert Torsey
George/Georgina-half man, half woman ~ Kimberley Miller
Countess Marketa, a bearded, armless lady ~ Wendy Almeida
Lillie and Millie, Siamese twins ~ Tara Sabino and Emma Keating
Serena, a human mermaid ~ Heather McCormack
Tiny, the world’s fattest man ~ Chris McCartie
Directed by Mia Moravis
Produced by Rob Koch & Mia Moravis
Lighting & Sound Design by Ivan Park
Set Design by Chris McCartie
Marvels or God’s jokes? Evolutionary curiosities or creatures to be pitied? Many were happy for the sometimes substantial income, otherwise unattainable, and for the freedom from institutionalization, or being hidden away… In FUTUREPROOF, due to plummeting ticket sales, show owner Riley decides to take the odd out of his odditorium at the expense of his performers. Are they tempted by the prospect of finally fitting in, or painfully aware that, if their “peculiarity” is taken away, their individuality is next? And what happens afterward?