SAVE The CONEY ISLANd SideShow

Freaks Don't Cry | Coney Island USA | 1208 Surf Avenue in Coney Island
MARCH 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 12, 16, 17, 19 | ALL SHOWS START @ 8PM

This is an immersive performance that requires you to stand and walk for the show. The show lasts approximately 90 minutes. House opens at 7:30PM there is a bar where drinks may be purchased. There will be no late seating, please be at the theatre before 8PM

Strobe lighting effects will be used during this performance. Patrons that may suffer from epilepsy & other visual light stimulation effects should take this into consideration before purchasing tickets.

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Freaks Don't Cry is an immersive experience inspired by Coney Island's acclaimed sideshow. The year is 1975 and none other than Fred Trump is seeking to evict the resident freaks from their home. Our cast is seeking a daring audience, enthusiastic about joining the act and helping to save the sideshow from obscurity. We are also inviting the possibility of a single audience member getting to be initiated as an honorary freak for the night. Perhaps we will finally learn the true price of transformation. 

“BUT A MERMAID HAS NO TEARS, AND THEREFORE SHE SUFFERS SO MUCH MORE”

— The Little Mermaid

CONCEIVED BY KENDRA SLACK & JORDAN CHLAPECKA

Directed by KENDRA SLACK

Original Text and Movement by the Company

1208 Surf Avenue in Coney Island

March 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 12, 16, 17, 19

Based on Hans Christen Andersen's 'The Little Mermaid'

Original Music by Stephen Bennett, Justin Boccitto, and Brendan Littlefield

Featuring:

Steve Moore as Andersen

Jordan Chlapecka as The Showman 

Tessa Fairey as The Tatooed Princess

Rita McCan as The Bearded Lady

Shan Y. Chuang as The Girl 

Musicians: Stephen Bennett, Heidi Clark, and Brenden Littlefield (Music Director) 

Costumes by Nicholas Smith

Illusions designed by Steve Moore

Linked Dance Theatre Production made possible by:

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“Our tale is no creation of fancy; it is the reality in which we live; bone of our bone, flesh of our flesh”
— Hans Christian Andersen