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Vampire Christmas
EXIT Theatre
San Francisco, CA
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Vampire Christmas
Former princess Marjean has been hosting her Friends Christmas for almost a century but this year its different: Theodore has abandoned her for a werewolf, Georgette is dating a swamp creature, the Twins wont stop fighting, and Daisy Horchester is dead. Like, Dead For Good. Will she be able to win Theodore back with a new blood soup recipe? Will her non-denominational centerpieces turn everything around? Will they all succumb to the seductions of group lothario Sylvester? How can you live your best unlife, when the unlife you have is hardly alive?

Stuart Bousel and Allison Page have a long history of working together, including Stuart having cast Allison in productions of Prelude to a Kiss and The Desk Set, and Allison having created the roles of Lisa/Vera in his play Age of Beauty. Allison has also directed Stuart's play Adventures In Tech (With Pillow Talk On The Side) for PianoFight, and last Christmas Stuart directed Bag of Dickens for Killing My Lobster, where Allison is Artistic Director, with Allison as Head Writer. Both have worked extensively at the EXIT Theatre, which has produced world premiere productions of Allison's plays Hilarity and Killgallen/Jones, and produced Stuart Bousel directed productions of Clive Barker's Paradise Street and Ionesco's Exit The King, as well as his recent adaptation of Aristophanes' Congresswomen. The EXIT is also the site of Stuart's homegrown new works festival, The SF Olympians Festival, in which Allison has participated, in some capacity, every year since year 2. Vampire Christmas marks the first time Allison and Stuart have written together, for the EXIT, and was born from a living room conversation in Stuart's apartment, while both were trying to come up with a holiday show that wouldn't offend anyone... alive. The show reflects their mutual love for awkward dinner conversations, bizarre love triangles, and mixing the accidentally poignant with the aggressively silly. They wrote large portions of this show in caffeine fueled binges, and on at least one occasion had a serious conversation about the effects of cocaine on vampires.

Location

EXIT Theatre (View)
156 Eddy Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
United States


Categories

Arts > Performance

Minimum Age: 16
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

Contact

Owner: EXIT Theatre
On BPT Since: Jul 26, 2007
 
Christina Augello
415-673-3847
mail@theexit.org
www.sffringe.org


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