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Lost Nation Theater
Lost Nation Theater
Lost Nation Theater proudly presents the hilarious murder mystery spoof The Mystery of Irma Vep by the inimitable Charles Ludlam, June 6—23, 2013 at City Hall Arts Center, in downtown Montpelier.
Beware you may laugh yourself to death! Amongst English moors and Egyptian ruins, this comic coup lampoons horror movies, classic literature, vampires, Victorian sensibilities and very conventions of theater itself.
Eric Love and Christopher Scheer (best known in Vermont as LNT”s “bad boys of abridgment”) star as a dizzying number of women, men and monsters in this lightening-fast, gender-bending Tour de Force.
Utterly fun and wonderfully Ridiculous!
The Mystery of Irma Vep at Lost Nation Theater Previews Thursday June 6 (see ticket deal below) and Opens Friday June 7 with a pre-show bash. The show runs Thursdays–Sundays through May 12.
Thursday June 13: Post-show discussion with the Cast and Production Team (in theater)
Curtain: 7pm Thursdays; 8pm Fridays, Saturdays; plus 2pm matinee Sat June 8.
7pm Sundays—except the final Sunday June 23, which is at 2pm.
Special $15 Preview Thu June 6 & Sat Mat June 8
Students & seniors (65) receive a $5 discount. Youth (11 & under) always $10.
(Under 6 admitted at Theater’s discretion. Infants & Toddlers not admitted.)
For tickets & information: call 802-229-0492, or visit www.lostnationtheater.org
City Hall Arts Center (39 Main Street Montpelier) is wheel chair accessible. LNT offers an assisted listening system and large print programs.
Service dogs are always welcome. Please inform the box office of any special needs when purchasing tickets.
Due to the limited availability of translators and describers, LNT requires 3 weeks notice to arrange for ASL interpretation or audio-description for performances not scheduled for translation.
Lost Nation Theater: named One of the Best Regional Theaters in America by NYC Drama League.
Underwritten by: Capitol Copy, City of Montpelier, National Life Group, WDEV, Times Argus, Vermont Arts Council and The Point, with support from Brian P Graphics, Eternity Web, Jet Service Envelope and The World.