Screaming Queens: A Left Coast Theatre Co. Production
Lock the doors, but keep the closets open. Tickets are on sale for Left Coast Theatre Co.'s latest anthology of LGBT plays, and for the first time ever the theme is HORROR. Blood! Ghosts! Heels! Don't miss the thrills and chills of Screaming Queens!
LCTC is proud to present:
"Presence" - by Thomas J. Misuroca, directed by Scott Boswell
The U-Haul is barely unpacked when Judy and Brenda face new terrors in the house they now share.
"The Fierce"- by Terry Maloney Haley, directed by Laura Smith
Some drag queens will cut you for eyeliner. Imagine what one would do for a pair of magic heels.
"Meet Cute" - by Evan Boughfman, directed by Don Hardwick
Glenn would love a rom-com-style first date, but his own terror could make it more like a slasher flick.
"The Screens" - by Erik Champney, directed by Richard S. Sargent
As his head swims with madness and memory, Allen sturggles to screen out the thoughts that imprison him.
"Gaybola" - by James A. Martin, directed by Chris Maltby
Hot twinks beware! Targeting the young, gay and fabulous, Gaybola delivers a fate worse than death.
"Dawn of the DeadZone" - by Rita Long, directed by Kris Neely Who will save us when the virus-tainted, brain-eating technology takes over the earth?
Screaming Queens will run Thursdays through Saturdays at the Phoenix Theater, 414 Mason Street, San Francisco, CA, from October 9 to October 31, 2015. Full information can be found at:
Brown Paper Tickets: http://screamingqueens.brownpapertickets.com/
LCTC Website: www.LCTC-SF.org
LCTC Twitter: https://twitter.com/LCTCSF
LCTC Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/LeftCoastTheatreCompany
LCTC is the only theater company in the Bay Area to feature new, short works from the LGBT perspective. Their past productions, including I'm Not OK Cupid, Twisted Fairy Tales, Shock and Awww and #WTFamily, led to the company's nomination for the 2014 Theatre Bay Area award for Anthology.
LCTC's mission is to develop and produce quality LGBT theater, featuring new works by both Bay Area and national playwrights as to promote diversity and encourage community involvement.
The Phoenix Theater (View)
414 Mason St. 6th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94102
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|