Fabrefaction Coupons and Deals
Fabrefaction Theatre Company is exactly the kind of place that you want to see a play. With an intimate theater space that’s set up bleacher style, there’s not a bad seat in the house. Grab a drink at Fabrefaction’s lobby bar before spending your evening with a vivid night of theater. Titanic the Musical is sure to engage audience members of all ages as the music and lyrics instantly take you to that fateful night in 1912 (minus Leo, Kate and the Celine Dion song).Originally born from a theater ministry started by Christina and Evelyn Hoff called Summer Stage Theatre Company, Fabrefaction started in 2007 with the mission of creating a space where young and experienced actors alike can expand their knowledge of the theater. In 2010, Fabrecation moved into it’s current space in the Westside. Take advantage of the great productions that Fabrecation puts on and enjoy a unique evening of theater.
Celebrate the season with an all-new take on an outrageously hilarious musical masterpiece. Today, $25 buys you two tickets to the Fabrefaction Theatre Company's Rocky Horror Show—a Holiday Spectacular on December 14 or 21, a $50 value.If you enjoyed the original Rocky Horror Picture Show, then you'll love this new rendition of the old classic. When newlyweds Brad and Janet find themselves stranded on a snowy night, they take refuge in the winter wonderland of Dr. Frank-N-Furter. But hilarity and rock 'n roll quickly ensue when the lovebirds are met with the doctor's outrageous experiments. Laugh, sing, and celebrate your way through this seasonal take on an old classic you're sure to love.
Neil Simon's hilarious buddy comedy of famously mismatched roommates comes to the Fabrefaction Theatre. When slovenly sportswriter Oscar Madison takes in his neurotic neat-freak friend Felix Ungar after Felix's wife throws him out, all comic hell breaks loose. The two men get into increasingly heated squabbles over the state of Oscar's apartment, and a hilarious double date with the attractive Pigeon sisters comes to an unexpected and comedic conclusion. Debuting on Broadway in 1965, the Tony Award-winning comedy inspired a movie starring Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon, a TV series starring Tony Randall and Jack Klugman, and countless revivals on stages around the world.
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