Well that sounds like the title of a very horrible comic, but it’s actually the title of a hilarious tap performance. The performance plays on ’60s era comic book humor as Tapman faces the MADD Tapper, the Invisible Tapper and many other creatively named villains. The performance even features the very exciting and creative tap style called Tap-Fu.
The performance is at Athenaeum Theatre from January 29 through February 8 on Fridays at 7:30 PM, Saturdays at 2 PM and 7:30 PM, and Sundays at 2 PM. Tickets are $17-27 and can be purchased here.
We know you’re stoked for our third mainstage production of the 2014-2015 school year, fml: how Carson McCullers Saved My Life. So take a look at these rehearsal photos from the performance! Before you know it, the day will be here and we’ll all get to see the performance live and in action!
Check out more information about the play, including an interview with Sarah Gabel, here.
Also be sure to book your seats! They’re selling like hotcakes.
Looking through an old journal of yours can be just as cringe-worthy as reading someone else’s could be funny. Taking it a step further, Greenhouse Theater is staging Ginger, Est. 1991, which is “told in the form of unedited journal entries”. This play is written and directed by Sydney Davis Jr. Jr. Don’t miss the opportunity to check out this unique production.
This one-time event will take place on January 30 at 8 PM. Tickets cost $5, and can be purchased here.