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Wednesday, October 30 @ 8:00PM | $15 (Goodie bags included)

The Rocky Horror Picture Show

An Interactive, Musical Movie Experience

In this cult classic, sweethearts Brad (Barry Bostwick) and Janet (Susan Sarandon), stuck with a flat tire during a storm, discover the eerie mansion of Dr. Frank-N-Furter (Tim Curry), a transvestite scientist. As their innocence is lost, Brad and Janet meet a houseful of wild characters, including a rocking biker (Meat Loaf) and a creepy butler (Richard O’Brien). Through elaborate dances and rock songs, Frank-N-Furter unveils his latest creation: a muscular man named “Rocky.”

 

GIMME LIVE PRESENTS: Friday, November 1 @ 8:00PM

The JON BUTCHER AXIS

Special Woodstock 50th Anniversary Show

Grammy-nominee JON BUTCHER explores the music of the most innovative and influential musician of the last century: JIMI HENDRIX! The AXIS – Chris Martin, John Anthony and Jon Butcher will perform the music of JIMI HENDRIX re-calibrated, re-formulated and re-accelerated. Plus you’ll hear music from Jon’s deep catalogue, including original AXIS hits!

Be part of Rock history when AXIS Rocks Gloucester for the very first time!

TICKETS HANDLED BY GIMME LIVE PRODUCTIONS

GIMME LIVE PRESENTS: Friday, November 8 @ 8:00PM

Mad Dogs Unchained the Ultimate JOE COCKER Experience

Special Woodstock 50th Anniversary Show

Original members of Joe Cocker’s band, Cliff Goodwin, Deric Dyer and Mitch Chakour discovered London singer Elliott Tuffin and knew they could do justice to Joe’s legendary music.

Mad Dogs Unchained has been selling out theatres across the US and Europe, bringing crowds to their feet with #1 hits like “A Little Help From My Friends,” “Unchain My Heart,” “When The Night Comes,” “The Letter,” “Feelin’ Alright”…and then to tears with their new intepretation of “Purple Rain.”

TICKETS HANDLED BY GIMME LIVE PRODUCTIONS

Community Event: Friday, November 15th @ 7:30PM

Here Comes the Sun

An Uplifting Night of Climate Arts

A night of theater, music, story, dance, and poetry to both explore the climate crisis and celebrate the work being done by 350 Mass and other groups working to move beyond a fossil fuel era. This Climate Cabaret will feature JoeAnn hart, Rhiannon Hurst, Brian King, Walnut Da Lyrical Geni, Ute Gfrerer, and more – all hosted by Judith Black, activist and world renowned storyteller. All funds raised will go to support 350 Massachusetts for a Better Future a statewide social movement to confront the climate crisis, advocate for legislation, and combat the destructive influence of the fossil fuel industry.

This event is not a Gloucester Stage Company production

Community Event: Wednesday, November 20th @ 6:30PM

MY BEAUTIFUL STUTTER

Special Advance Screening from Executive Producers Paul Rudd & George Springer

MY BEAUTIFUL STUTTER is the powerful and inspirational story of five kids, from all over the United States, who enter experimental, interactive and arts-based programs at SAY, The Stuttering Association for the Young. After a lifetime of bullying and stigmatization, some have found themselves close to suicide, others enter SAY withdrawn and fearful, exhausted and defeated from fluency training and the pressure to not stutter or remain silent. Over the course of a year, we witness firsthand the incredible transformation that happens when these young people of wildly different backgrounds experience for the first time the revolutionary idea at the heart of SAY: it’s okay to stutter.

Diane Parris Constantino, a Gloucester native and director of Boston University’s Center for Stuttering Therapy, will give a short introduction regarding the science of stuttering, and facts and fictions about stuttering before the screening. Learn more about this project: www.mybeautifulstutter.com

World Premiere One Woman Show

Too Fat for China

Written by and Featuring Phoebe Potts

Phoebe Potts’ one woman show Too Fat for China is a live performance sequel to Good Eggs, her graphic memoir about infertility. Too Fat for China chronicles Potts’ international odyssey to build a family through adoption. Potts tells the story of a road to motherhood that is paved with hope, heartbreak, second mortgages and bottomless questions about race and what makes a family.