A Tale of Two Cities adapted by Everett Quinton

Sun, Jun 23 from 8pm - 10pm

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A Tale of Two Cities, based on the novel by Charles Dickens and adapted by Everett Quinton of the infamous Ridiculous Theatrical Company, is an irreverent comedy about an aspiring drag queen who finds an inconsolable baby on his door step.

To calm the child down, he reenacts the entirety of A Tale of Two Cities — playing all characters of Dickens' classic of the French revolution himself! “This is Farce, not Sunday School” - Charles Ludlam, Founder of The Ridiculous. Originally performed to rave reviews Off-Broadway by Everett Quinton, winner of the 1989 Obie Award, Mamches Productions is excited to present the brilliance of Michael Oaks on stage in A Tale of Two Cities, directed by Susan Finque.

A Tale of Two Cities adapted by Everett Quinton

Sun, Jun 23 from 8pm - 10pm

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A Tale of Two Cities, based on the novel by Charles Dickens and adapted by Everett Quinton of the infamous Ridiculous Theatrical Company, is an irreverent comedy about an aspiring drag queen who finds an inconsolable baby on his door step.

To calm the child down, he reenacts the entirety of A Tale of Two Cities — playing all characters of Dickens' classic of the French revolution himself! “This is Farce, not Sunday School” - Charles Ludlam, Founder of The Ridiculous. Originally performed to rave reviews Off-Broadway by Everett Quinton, winner of the 1989 Obie Award, Mamches Productions is excited to present the brilliance of Michael Oaks on stage in A Tale of Two Cities, directed by Susan Finque.

A Tale of Two Cities adapted by Everett Quinton

Mon, Jun 24 at 8pm

GA - $15 - Pay What You Will
$15.00
$16.92 with fees
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GA - $20 - Pay What You Will
$20.00
$22.23 with fees
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GA - $25 - Pay What You Will
$25.00
$27.54 with fees
Buy Tickets
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A Tale of Two Cities, based on the novel by Charles Dickens and adapted by Everett Quinton of the infamous Ridiculous Theatrical Company, is an irreverent comedy about an aspiring drag queen who finds an inconsolable baby on his door step.

To calm the child down, he reenacts the entirety of A Tale of Two Cities — playing all characters of Dickens' classic of the French revolution himself! “This is Farce, not Sunday School” - Charles Ludlam, Founder of The Ridiculous. Originally performed to rave reviews Off-Broadway by Everett Quinton, winner of the 1989 Obie Award, Mamches Productions is excited to present the brilliance of Michael Oaks on stage in A Tale of Two Cities, directed by Susan Finque.

A Tale of Two Cities adapted by Everett Quinton

Mon, Jul 1 at 8pm

GA - $15 - Pay What You Will
$15.00
$16.92 with fees
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GA - $20 - Pay What You Will
$20.00
$22.23 with fees
Buy Tickets
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GA - $25 - Pay What You Will
$25.00
$27.54 with fees
Buy Tickets
×
×

A Tale of Two Cities, based on the novel by Charles Dickens and adapted by Everett Quinton of the infamous Ridiculous Theatrical Company, is an irreverent comedy about an aspiring drag queen who finds an inconsolable baby on his door step.

To calm the child down, he reenacts the entirety of A Tale of Two Cities — playing all characters of Dickens' classic of the French revolution himself! “This is Farce, not Sunday School” - Charles Ludlam, Founder of The Ridiculous. Originally performed to rave reviews Off-Broadway by Everett Quinton, winner of the 1989 Obie Award, Mamches Productions is excited to present the brilliance of Michael Oaks on stage in A Tale of Two Cities, directed by Susan Finque.

A Tale of Two Cities adapted by Everett Quinton

Tue, Jul 2 at 8pm

GA - $15 - Pay What You Will
$15.00
$16.92 with fees
Buy Tickets
×
×
GA - $20 - Pay What You Will
$20.00
$22.23 with fees
Buy Tickets
×
×
GA - $25 - Pay What You Will
$25.00
$27.54 with fees
Buy Tickets
×
×

A Tale of Two Cities, based on the novel by Charles Dickens and adapted by Everett Quinton of the infamous Ridiculous Theatrical Company, is an irreverent comedy about an aspiring drag queen who finds an inconsolable baby on his door step.

To calm the child down, he reenacts the entirety of A Tale of Two Cities — playing all characters of Dickens' classic of the French revolution himself! “This is Farce, not Sunday School” - Charles Ludlam, Founder of The Ridiculous. Originally performed to rave reviews Off-Broadway by Everett Quinton, winner of the 1989 Obie Award, Mamches Productions is excited to present the brilliance of Michael Oaks on stage in A Tale of Two Cities, directed by Susan Finque.


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