a heavy metal play
by Marco Ramirez
directed by Amy Attaway
Inside at Iroquois
Your mother always told you that hanging out in those boys’ basements and listening to that damned heavy metal would land you in hell.
Turns out she was right.
Four former friends have gathered to mourn the puzzling disappearance of one of their own. What dark secrets of their heavy metal youth still scrape and bang in the basements of their lives? Their childhood dreams of rock and roll glory long fallen by the wayside, the former line-up of the shoulda-coulda-woulda band find themselves in an awkward, maybe even sinister reunion gig. Richie disappeared late one night leaving nothing but the smell of ozone - or was it sulfur? - and his partners in rock may hold the only key to his salvation. Now, pitted between two mysterious strangers, the guys must decide: do they have the strength to burn out, or will they just fade away?
Cast and Crew
|Dr. Thorne||Tom Luce|
|Man in White||Robert McFarland|
|Lighting Designer||Rachel Szymanski|
|Set Designer||Karl Anderson|
Venue and Tickets
Friday & Saturday, Nov 11-12, 8:00pm
Monday, Nov. 14, 8:00pm
Friday - Saturday, Nov. 18 - 19, 8:00pm
Parkside Studio: Inside at Iroquois
1080 Amphitheater Rd.
A brand new way to experience Iroquois Amphitheatre! We’re transforming the stage into a studio theatre, audience, and bar, so you can experience the amphitheatre in climate-controlled comfort. Ten minutes from downtown!
Tickets are $15.
Students and Seniors are $10.
Unemployed workers' tickets are $5.
Help Make it Happen
Being scrappy and innovative only gets us so far. It costs money to rent performance space, build scenery, and purchase advertising. And we believe in fair compensation for our artists and partners, so we can’t pay for everything through ticket sales alone. Can you help us with one of these important items?
- $3.50 buys one wooden 2x4
- $30 covers printing programs for one night
- $100 keeps our website online for a year
- $250 buys costumes for one show
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