Just in time for Halloween, Illusion Theater in Minneapolis is bringing to the stage for its regional premiere the haunting coming-of-age tale “The K of D: An Urban Legend.” In a special limited run, opening October 8 and running through October 22, this critically-acclaimed solo show features MOT producer, writer and actress Renata Friedman, who brings an entire town to life in this funny, haunting story.
Of course TC Jewfolk has the hook up. Read on for your chance to win free tickets to the show.
More About “The K of D”:
Slipping between the psychological and the supernatural, The K of D follows skinny Charlotte McGraw, who develops a set of lethal lips after sharing her twin brother’s dying kiss. Or so people say. Friedman tears between 16 different characters in this hilariously dark urban legend about a lonely girl and her deadly skill. The K of D: An Urban Legend had its premiere in Washington, D.C. in 2006, and was a massive hit at the New York International Fringe Festival (2009) and Seattle Repertory Theatre (2011). The play is directed by Braden Abraham, Associate Artistic Director of Seattle Repertory, and was written by Chicago playwright Laura Schellhardt, based on her own small town life in Ohio.
More About Illusion Theater:
Illusion Theater was founded in 1974 and presents its season on the 8th floor of the Hennepin Center for the Arts in downtown Minneapolis. Since the beginning, Producing Directors Michael Robins and Bonnie Morris have led Illusion Theater in illuminating the illusions, myths, and realities of our times and in using the power of theater to catalyze personal and social change. MOT Producing Director Michael Robins founded Illusion Theater in 1974, and over the past 35+ years has guided nearly 350 plays to production.
Win Free Tickets!
TC Jewfolk is giving away TWO FREE PAIRS of tickets to The K of D: An Urban Legend at the Illusion Theater. The tickets are good for your choice of show the weekend of October 13-16. How can you win? Just answer this question in the comments to this post before Tuesday, October 4th at midnight: What’s the scariest play you’ve ever seen? There is no correct answer – we’ll draw the winners randomly.
Watch Illusion Theater’s Trailer for the play: