LAST CHANCE TO SEE
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A cursed loup-garou is terrorizing a quiet village
full of secrets, while seducing young brides.
Will the clever witch, Alice's heart
be stolen by the werewolf??
Or will Vincent, a sassy young nobleman,
be the one to find true love a long last?
Ring in this Halloween with comedy and horror
at The Rockwell in Davis Sq, Somerville!
October 20 & 27, 7pm
October 21 & 28, 10pm
October 22 & 29, 1pm
Adapted from 19th century composer
Louise Bertin's Le Loup-garou
New music by Molly Preston
Fresh libretto and story by
Teri Kowiak and J. Deschene
Special surprise opener at every curtain
featuring the Parlor Opera Players!
This weekend through Halloween is the last chance to see The Werewolf, and we're all like:
Gillian Daniels from The New England Theatre Geek says, "Vincent, Bertrand, and Count Albéric all unabashedly fall within the spectrum of queer, whether they’re gay, bi, or possibly gender queer. They steal the show, redefine it with comic touches, the metaphor of transformation, and tinges of deep longing."
BUT DON'T TAKE HER WORD FOR IT. COME SEE FOR YOURSELF!