Thursday, October 16, 2014

“SOCIAL CREATURES” @ SCT IS A HIT!

SOCIAL CREATURES
By Jackie Sibblies Drury
Directed by Ensemble Member Kellie Mecleary

WHEN:  NOW PLAYING THROUGH NOVEMBER 2, Thursday-Saturday at 7:30 PM, Sundays at 2:30 PM
WHERE: Single Carrot Theatre, 2600 N. Howard St., Baltimore
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"Director Kellie Mecleary does terrific things with suspense and gore." —The Washington Post

"A fully immersive high-intensity experience." — Theatrebloom

"#1 show of the week!" —MD Theatre Guide

For more info on the show visit the production page.
 TO ENSURE THE SAFETY OF THE PERFORMERS AND THE AUDIENCE, THERE WILL BE NO LATE SEATING DURING THIS PRODUCTION.


SPECIAL EVENTS SURROUNDING SOCIAL CREATURES!

Post-Show Discussions:
TONIGHT- Zombies in Pop Culture (10/16)

A panel of experts and enthusiasts will venture to identify the reemergence of zombie culture as a reflection of America’s current state of mind.
Featuring Dr. Arnold T. Blumberg and Andy Hershberger, authors of Zombiemania; plus zombie aficionado Edgar Wiggins.
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Race, Class, and Consumerism in Social Creatures (10/19)

Discuss the pandemic spread of greed among social creatures with the play's dramaturgs and a PhD candidate in Race and Inequality. We'll delve into the nature of race, class, and consumerism in a post-apocalyptic society.
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Meet The Actors (10/23)
Get to know the cast and crew of Social Creatures following the performance.
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If Zombies Descend on the City of Baltimore (10/26)

How would Charm City fare in a zombie apocalypse? You’ll leave the theatre with a well-informed answer to the question we’re all privately asking: “Would I make it out alive?”

Featuring Dr. Albert Wu, Director of Johns Hopkins Center for Health Services & Outcomes Research; Benton Best of the Baltimore City Mayor's Office of Emergency Management; and Fred Scharmen, co-founder of The Working Group on Adaptive Systems.

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Other Special Events:
Parents’ Day Out  (10/26)
You asked, and we listened! We want to give you the convenience, peace of mind, and art you deserve while your kids enjoy activities related to the show

At this time, we are only able to accommodate children ages 5-10 .
$40 for one parent ticket to the show and admission for one child. $15 for each additional child.
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Halloween Party (10/31)
Let’s see… a show with zombies playing ON Halloween without a party? Pish-posh! Join us after the show (assuming you have survived) for drinks and ghoulish Halloween merriment.
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