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"The girl behind the glass will NOT dance for you...stop asking."
NEARLY NAKED THEATRE presents
the most important theatrical event
of the 21st Century... or not!
THE HISTORY OF THE DEVIL
by Clive Barker
directed by Damon Dering
April 11 – 25
Wonderful 100 Premiere Performance
Friday, April 10th
Thu – Sat at 8:00pm
Sunday at 6:00pm or 2:30pm (alternating)
Sunday 4/12 at 6:00pm - Sunday 4/19 at 2:30pm
PLEASED TO MEET YOU... HOPE YOU
GUESS MY NAME
An early work from the master of fantasy and horror, Clive Barker, the creator of Hellraiser and Candyman. A wide-ranging, Brechtian-like epic that finds the Lord of Lies petitioning for re-admittance into Heaven by denying involvement in the horrors of humanity. The History of the Devil is told with dark truths about our own history, powerful and unusual imagery and even a wry sense of humor. It asks us to imagine if the wickedness of humanity is our own fault, and if anyone can find some sympathy... for the Devil.
The History of the Devil is intended for mature audiences only: Adult themes, language and nudity.
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