Based on a story in The Weekly World News, BAT BOY: THE MUSICAL is a musical comedy/horror show about a half boy/half bat creature who is discovered in a cave near Hope Falls, West Virginia. Taken to the family of the local veterinarian, Bat Boy is lovingly raised as one of their own, but when the townsfolk learn of his dark secret, will they embrace him or destroy him? BAT BOY: THE MUSICAL originally opened off-Broadway, quickly became a cult hit and has now found its way to KWLT. Should you come see it? You'd be batty to miss it!
In this dark comedy, four sisters who are as different as the cities they're named after are reunited after the death of their mother, only to find out that the circumstances of her death are not what they seem and may be intolerable. Old wounds are reopened and the sisters reach a crisis point as they must decide if they can stand together, knowing that the alternative is to fall apart completely.
Princess Elizabeth is like any other Princess, living the high life and dreaming about her prince, Ronald. One day, a dragon arrives who destroys her castle, kidnaps Ronald, and burns all of her clothes. Left with a paper bag to wear and a trail of bones to find where the dragon went, Elizabeth sets off to outsmart the dragon and win her prince back. The entire family can enjoy this musical adaptation of Robert Munsch's award-winning children's book.
It's not easy being a woman in the 19th century, particularly if your family thinks you're incapable of being a “lady”. Knowing the family fortune is being manipulated away, knowing her beloved birds were exterminated for being “a nuisance”, knowing there was absolutely nobody to trust, Lizzie Borden finally snaps — turning an axe against those who wronged her. Did she commit murder? Or did her parents end themselves?
After a fatal accident, Agnes comes to the uncomfortable realization that she knew nothing about her nerdy little sister, Tilly. To fix this, she recruits Tilly's friend Chuck to help her play through a Dungeons & Dragons module that Tilly had created. She Kills Monsters offers a heart-pounding homage to the geek and warrior within us all.
Written by Hannah Moscovitch
Directed by Ryan Bassett
It’s 1970. Rudi stands outside his father’s study in Paraguay for the first time in seven years. After a long absence, he’s been compelled to return to his family’s home. But Paraguay isn’t his home: he was born in a small hospital in Berlin in 1945, just as his father was losing the war.