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When: Thursdays-Sundays. Continues through May 18 2014
Price: $29-$44
freeFall recently announced its 2014-15 offerings, offering yet another mix of theatrical surprises — Broadway favorites like Into the Woods, starring Ann Morrison; the new comedy The Buffalo Kings, written by theater-scene fave Natalie Symons; a theatrical take on Jay McInerney’s Bright Lights, Big City; and Matthew McGee’s Mame in drag. But before we say “See ya this fall,” the current season brings us another drag-a-licious delight, an all-male production of Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Mikado, helmed by Artistic Director Eric Davis. The musical stars Patrick Ryan Sullivan (Broadway’s 42nd Street and Beauty and the Beast) as The Mikado of Japan, Larry Alexander (Broadway’s Les Miserables and Chess) as Pooh-Bah and local favorite Matthew McGee as the elderly Katisha. The satirical, politically incorrect classic provides an absurd glimpse of feudal, imperialistic Japan, and we’re told that freeFall’s production will be a mix of Kabuki theater, Vegas floor show and RuPaul’s Drag Race. —Julie Garisto


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