The Mystery of Irma Vep by Charles Ludlam (Sept 1998)
Stephen DeRosa - Westside Theatre
The Mystery of Irma Vep is a play in two acts by Charles Ludlam. A penny dreadful, Irma Vep is a satire of several theatrical and film genres, including Victorian melodrama, farce and the Alfred Hitchcock film Rebecca (1940). The play includes eight characters that are intended to be performed by two actors. The actors play roles of both sexes. In order to ensure cross-dressing, rights to perform the play include a stipulation that the actors must be of the same sex. The show requires a large number of sound cues, props, special effects, and lightning-quick costume changes. Some 35 costume changes take place in the course of the two-hour show.
The Mystery of Irma Vep by Charles Ludlam (Musical) Stephen DeRosa - Westside Theatre
Playbill / Program Date Sept 1998
Run: Sep 11, 1998 - Jul 18, 1999
Size 215 x 135 mm Pages 78
Condition: Used Good 8/10 (Please Note scans are low res for fast loading)
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