brooklynONE productions (bkONE) and Dialogue with Three Chords (D3C) are back at it again!! Teaming up to revive “The Krampus" from playwright and D3C co-founder Stephen Gracia. This original play, directed by D3C co- founder Michael LoPorto, shows the largely unknown side of the Santa Claus mythos. A group of friends bond at a bar on Christmas Eve and exchange stories of their childhood fears of "The Krampus," a real figure from Norse mythology who functioned as an evil-twin to the benevolent Saint Nicholas and now a firmly planted icon in Pop Culture. The darkly funny show also features original music in the form of bawdy holiday carols.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Friday, December 11 8:30pm at The Jalopy Theatre at 315 Columbia Street, Brooklyn NY 11231. Tickets are $10.
Dylan: Emmanuel Elpenord
Doug: Anthony Marino
Rebecca: Tina Wong-Lu
Kevin: Tim McAnn
Diane: Kendra Leigh Landon
Jane: Jessica Bathurst
Eric: Ridley Parson
Our Narrator: Steve Weinblatt
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The Jalopy Theatre is a music venue, theatre, event and performance space presenting primarily roots and americana music, plus a music school specializing in workshops and classes focused on old time, bluegrass, blues and country music for adults and children. The Jalopy Tavern next door has a full bar and restaurant, an award-winning burger and serves a delicious weekend brunch.
Dialogue with Three Chords was founded by Stephen Gracia and Michael LoPorto and applies the do-it- yourself philosophy of punk to the stage and features short plays and live music. Their work has also been produced at HERE, The Sargent Theatre, Makor Theater, DUMBO Theatre Exchange, Levenson Hall at Brooklyn College, and the Theaters at 45 Bleecker.
brooklynONE productions was founded in 2006 as a haven for new, bold, alternative and experimental works. With a focus on ensemble work, the artistic process and community activism BrooklynONE continues to cultivate thought provoking works and mentor new and emerging artists of all ages and levels. BrooklynONE keeps a residence in Brooklyn, having had their works produced throughout Brooklyn and Manhattan.
******Not appropriate for Children under 16.