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Happily After Ever (2016)

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Overview

Produced by:
Ricochet Collective
Dates:
March 30 - April 16, 2016
Run Time:
0 Hour, 0 Minute
Theater:
Showing in Theater

Show Info

By Laura Zlatos
Directed by Sherri Eden Barber

With Jeffrey Brian Adams, Jim Anderson, Brennan Lowery, Marlon Meikle, and Molly-Ann Nordin

Newlyweds Darren and Janet want nothing more than to build the perfect life together. But when Janet gives birth to a baby with both male and female genitalia, they find themselves in the unlikely position of having to choose a gender for their child - all while competing with the perfect couple next door and dealing with a misunderstood family dog - in this hilarious battle of the sexes.

Jeffrey Brian
Adams
Jim
Anderson
Brennan
Lowery
Marlon
Meikle
Molly-Ann
Nordin
Photo Caption: Molly-Ann Nordin and Jeffrey Brian Adams in HAPPILY AFTER EVER
Photo: Erik Carter
Photo Caption: Jeffrey Brian Adams, Molly-Ann Nordin, Marlon Meikle, and Brennan Lowery in HAPPILY AFTER EVER
Photo: Erik Carter
Photo Caption: Jeffrey Brian Adams and Molly-Ann Nordin in HAPPILY AFTER EVER
Photo: Erik Carter
Photo Caption: Jeffrey Brian Adams and Molly-Ann Nordin in HAPPILY AFTER EVER
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Producing Company

Ricochet Collective

Founded in January 2015, Ricochet Collective (Sherri Eden Barber, Artistic Director; Brandon Pape, Executive Director) is a collection of theater artists whose goal is to explore and expand the potential of live art by producing visceral, arresting experiences that fully immerse the audience in each storytelling event. Previous productions include Sam Byron’s Gordy Crashes, Jagged Little Pill: Live In Concert, and a run of Happily After Ever at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Scotland.

Read more at: http://www.ricochetcollective.com


Reviews

"Whimsical, campy, hallucinatory and poignant, it nods to scads of classic sitcoms, unfolding in a Technicolor world" - The New York Times

"An incredibly entertaining night of theater that takes a satirical look at the ways we think about gender" - StageBuddy

"Everything merges perfectly on the little stage." - Theater Life

"A sugar-coated cartoon of a play that will make you laugh but then might lead you to examine that laughter and whether what caused it was funny or actually really tragic." - New York Theatre Review