Afraid your children are spending too much time with their video games? So much time that they might just get sucked into them and never return because they can’t beat the evil boss at the final level now that he has control of the keyboard that controls the game? That’s exactly what’s happening to Charlie— a smart, funny, young video game programming kid— in The Amazing Interactive Adventure 2 now appearing live on stage with MET’s The Fun Company!
Do you know what passes for theatre these days? Honestly? How many of you get out of your comfortable living rooms— with your live-streaming Broadway channels on Netflix or the “new musical of the month” live on NBC— and go to the theatre, sit through two to three hours of live performance, and actually take in what you’ve just seen? The Maryland Ensemble Theatre seems to know what’s passing for live theatre and has challenged the standard,
Whether it is raining outside or perhaps it is sunny,
The MET’s Fun Company has a show that is funny!
It’s a fanciful jaunt, a chance to let your imagination run loose!
Because they’re mounting a production adapted from Dr. Seuss!
Katie Mitchell, the Adaptor, of this fantastical story
Adapts The Cat in the Hat and all of its glory!
Directed by Julie Herber,