Trevor is a chimpanzee who once performed with the likes of Morgan Fairchild. Now, he’s approaching puberty and can’t even get a callback. Is it because he’s big and strong and potentially dangerous? Or does he just need better costumes?
A slave is responsible for waking Caligula in the morning…Two adolescent brothers are visited by a sex fairy from the internet…The story of Salome is retold as a Disney fairy tale, with a talking vulture and scorpion…
an evening of darkly comic works which are nasty, brutal, and short.
The ship is sinking, the captain’s a drunk, and the band is on the verge of mutiny. In the world of Jollyship, a mixed crew of pirate puppets and musicians hold out hope to find the fabled Party Island.
The Year is 1910: the height of Luxurious Depravity in turn-of-the-century Chicago, and The Everleigh Club disappoints no man seeking a Mistress, with its buffet of Salaciously Offensive role-playing Sluts, unparalleled Circus of Glamour, trivia-spouting Magical Faggots, and all-you-can-eat Ice Cream.
The History of Vampires in Colonial Pennsylvania as Performed to the Music of Paula Abdul
Book by Nick Jones, Zak Vreeland and Peter James Cook
Directed by Peter James Cook
It’s 1763 and there are vampires in Philadelphia. Paula Abdul Blackwood is a beautiful young quaker girl being forced into marriage with the wheelwright’s son. Jack Sheridan, a politically idealistic young vampire, is the man she loves.
The Colonists is a lyrical visual fantasy, in which audiences are invited to enter the alien world of the bee. Developed through a Children’s Show Grant by the Jim Henson Foundation, The Colonists tells the story of a forest community, overrun by a strange insect force they can’t understand.