IMG_2024_low Photo Credit Plate 3 PhotographyThis June, Brat Productions gives you dinner theatre like you’ve never experienced it before. The Last Plot in Revenge is a spaghetti western, dinner theatre, musical – with the signature Brat twist of mixed genres, surprising collaborations and rock star talent.  Up-and-coming local playwright Brian Grace-Duff takes you to Revenge, Montana, a land where the wild rule, the whiskey runs, the whores are tired, the guns are smokin’ – and there is only one cemetery plot left in the whole town.  Let the Scrapfields and the MacGruels duke it out, because when the Nameless Gunman enters, who knows who will be left standing?  After all, revenge is a dish best served with a plate of spaghetti.Revenge begins previews June 12, opens on June 15, and runs through June 29, 2013 at the Archive Space at Lucy’s Hat Shop (247 Market, Philadelphia, PA). Show time varies per night between 7:00 PM and 7:30 PM. Times can be confirmed on the ticket link page. Tickets are on sale now for $15.00 to $20.00, and available at http://www.bratproductions.org and bratproductions.ticketleap.com. Promotional support is provided by Yelp.
IMG_2153_low Photo Credit Plate 3 PhotographyGrab a glass of whiskey to settle the stomach, because The Last Plot in Revenge is not for the faint of heart.  Audiences members will be immersed in blood, violence, and nightmares.  Select audience members may even choose to sit in the “blood splash zone.”  Directed by Obie-Award winning director and co-founder of the NYC Fringe John Clancy, The Last Plot in Revenge features haunting new music by Peter Gaffney, innovative puppetry by Aaron Cromie, and in-your-face fight choreography by Brett Cassidy.  With lighting design by Matt Sharp and scenic design by Doug Greene, immerse yourself in a world of illusion, lust, and an actual spaghetti dinner – provided by Nick’s Roast Beef with the support of Esposito’s Meats.The stellar cast features performances by Lesley Berkowitz, Nathan Foley, Rachel Icenogle, Sarah Larsen, Sarah Schol, Johnny Smith, and Jordi Wallen as well as up and coming talent Lana Brucker, Dane Eissler, and Frankie Gallucci.The Last Plot in Revenge was developed, created, and produced as part of Brat Productions’ Resident Artist program, which supports groundbreaking artists interested in challenging misconceptions about what theatre is and can be.  Resident Artist Brian Grace-Duff’s successor for the 2013-14 season will be soon-to-be graduate of the Pig Iron School of Advanced Performance Training Scott Sheppard.

Disclaimer: No compensation was received in exchange for this blog post. Two complimentary tickets were provided for PLF to attend the event.  Facebook, Twitter and Google are not affiliated with this giveaway. Event is not sponsored by Philly Loves Fun.

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