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Latest Press Release

June 27, 2014
They're movies! They're plays! They're both!: Impact stages filmed and live re-creations of two classic B-movies in Splathouse Double Feature with The Sadist and Eegah!
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Splathouse Double Feature: The Sadist with Eegah!

Splathouse Double Feature

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Charlie Tibbs (Michael Garrett McDonald) terrorizes a hapless schoolteacher (Mike Delaney) in the inventive film/stage hybrid re-creation of the classic exploitation flick The Sadist, at Impact Theatre.

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Cheshire Isaacs

Splathouse Double Feature

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Charlie Tibbs (Michael Garrett McDonald) and his girlfriend, Judy (Sarah Coykendall) terrorize three hapless schoolteachers in the inventive film/stage hybrid re-creation of the classic exploitation flick The Sadist, at Impact Theatre.

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Cheshire Isaacs


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Teenagers Roxy and Tom (Sarah Coykendall and Michael Garrett McDonald) ride off in a dune buggy to save Roxy's father from the titular caveman in the inventive film/stage hybrid re-creation of one of the best worst flicks of all time, the B-movie classic Eegah! at Impact Theatre.

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Cheshire Isaacs

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Joseph Mason plays the titular caveman discovered by a teenager, her boyfriend, and her dad in the inventive film/stage hybrid re-creation of one of the best worst flicks of all time, the B-movie classic Eegah! at Impact Theatre.

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Judy (Sarah Coykendall)watches as her psycho boyfriend terrorizes a hapless schoolteacher (Cassie Rosenbrock) in the inventive film/stage hybrid re-creation of the classic exploitation flick The Sadist, at Impact Theatre.

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Cheshire Isaacs

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Joseph Mason (right) plays the titular caveman discovered by Roxy and her father (Sarah Coykendall and Mike Delaney) in the inventive film/stage hybrid re-creation of one of the best worst flicks of all time, the B-movie classic Eegah! at Impact Theatre.

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Cheshire Isaacs


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Charlie Tibbs (Michael Garrett McDonald) gloats after killing a hapless schoolteacher in the inventive film/stage hybrid re-creation of the classic exploitation flick The Sadist, at Impact Theatre.

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Cheshire Isaacs

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Joseph Mason plays the titular caveman discovered by a teenager, her boyfriend, and her dad in the inventive film/stage hybrid re-creation of one of the best worst flicks of all time, the B-movie classic Eegah! at Impact Theatre.

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Cheshire Isaacs


Splathouse Double Feature

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Charlie Tibbs (Michael Garrett McDonald) and his girlfriend, Judy (Sarah Coykendall) terrorize three hapless schoolteachers in the inventive film/stage hybrid re-creation of the classic exploitation flick The Sadist, at Impact Theatre.

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Cheshire Isaacs

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Joseph Mason plays the titular caveman discovered by a teenager, her boyfriend, and her dad in the inventive film/stage hybrid re-creation of one of the best worst flicks of all time, the B-movie classic Eegah! at Impact Theatre.

Credit:
Cheshire Isaacs



Mutt

Mutt

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Democratic National Committee heads Elizabeth (Patricia Austin, far left) and Mikey (Lawrence Radecker, far right) are thrilled to have found a hapa candidate for president in Nick (Matthew Lai) and his campaign consultant, Hanna (Michelle Talgarow) in the world premiere of Mutt: Let's All Talk About Race! by Christopher Chen, in a co-production by Impact Theatre and Ferocious Lotus Theatre Company.

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Cheshire Isaacs

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Cable news talking head Dave Matthews (Matthew Lai, right) interviews Len (Michael Uy Kelly), the Republican candidate for president who's not just hapa but a member of every race and ethnicity on the planet, in the world premiere of Mutt: Let's All Talk About Race! by Christopher Chen, in a co-production by Impact Theatre and Ferocious Lotus Theatre Company.

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Cheshire Isaacs


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Len (Michael Uy Kelly, far left), a war hero who's a member of every race and ethnicity on the planet, considers whether to sign on as the Republican Party's best hope for the next presidential election, as Republican operatives (l to r) Hanna, Zach, and Miriam (Michelle Talgarow, Lawrence Radecker, and Patricia Austin) await his decision, in the world premiere of Mutt: Let's All Talk About Race! by Christopher Chen, in a co-production by Impact Theatre and Ferocious Lotus Theatre Company.

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Cheshire Isaacs

Mutt

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Marilet Martinez plays several eyewitnesses to the ongoing work of a serial killer, each interviewed by a detective riddled with white guilt portrayed by Lawrence Radecker, in the world premiere of Mutt: Let's All Talk About Race! by Christopher Chen, in a co-production by Impact Theatre and Ferocious Lotus Theatre Company.

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Cheshire Isaacs


Mutt

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Michael Uy Kelly (left) and Matthew Lai play competing multiracial presidential candidates who are aiming to be all things to all people in the world premiere of Christopher Chen's blistering new satire Mutt: Let's All Talk About Race!at Impact Theatre, in a co-production with Ferocious Lotus Theatre Company.

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Cheshire Isaacs

Mutt

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Michelle Talgarow (right) is a political consultant crafting the perfect multiracial presidential candidate in Matthew Lai in the world premiere of Christopher Chen's blistering new satire Mutt: Let's All Talk About Race!at Impact Theatre, in a co-production with Ferocious Lotus Theatre Company.

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Cheshire Isaacs




Bread and Circuses

Bread and Circuses

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Maria Giere Marquis (left) and Sarah Coykendall are a murderous little girl and her mom in Dave Holstein's "Alone Together," one of the nine violent short plays in Bread and Circuses at Impact Theatre.

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Cheshire Isaacs

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Eric Kerr is a man not quite certain of his identity in Declan Greene's "Marimba," one of the nine violent short plays in Bread and Circuses at Impact Theatre.

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Maria Giere Marquis plays the title role in JC Lee's "The Reanimation of Marlene Dietrich," one of the nine violent short plays in Bread and Circuses at Impact Theatre.

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(left to right) Dana Featherby, Sarah Coykendall, and Maria Giere Marquis are three young women arming themselves for the world outside their door in Lauren Gunderson's "Damsel and Distress Go to a Party," one of the nine violent short plays in Bread and Circuses at Impact Theatre.

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Cheshire Isaacs


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Sarah Coykendall and Michael Delaney play a couple hiding from zombies in Ross Maxwell's "Don't Turn Around," one of the nine violent short plays in Bread and Circuses at Impact Theatre.

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Eric Kerr plays a man who must be cured of an ailment with the help of a gangbang in Prince Gomolvilas' "Heteronesia," one of the nine violent short plays in Bread and Circuses at Impact Theatre.

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Cheshire Isaacs


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Maria Giere plays, among other characters, a little girl willing to get her hands dirty in Bread and Circuses at Impact Theatre.

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Cheshire Isaacs

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Michael Delaney plays, among other characters, a psychotic doctor in Bread and Circuses at Impact Theatre.

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Sarah Coykendall plays, among other characters, a damsel not exactly in distress in Bread and Circuses at Impact Theatre.

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Troilus and Cressida

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Eric Kerr plays Troilus, the honorable soldier doomed to endure a tragic loss in Troilus and Cressida at Impact Theatre.

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Cressida (Sarah Coykendall) receives love advice from her uncle, Pandarus (ShawnJ West), in Troilus and Cressida at Impact Theatre.

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The Trojan hero Hector (Carl Holvick-Thomas, left) engages in mortal combat with the enraged, heartbroken Greek warrior Achilles (Nick Trengove) in Troilus and Cressida at Impact Theatre.

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Cheshire Isaacs

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Paris (Rogelio Landaverde) is captured by Ulysses (Lauren Spencer) in Troilus and Cressida at Impact Theatre.

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The Trojan hero Hector (Carl Holvick-Thomas) is captured by Myrmidons in Troilus and Cressida at Impact Theatre.

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Cassandra (Akemi Okamura) tries to warn her Trojan brothers of their impending doom in Troilus and Cressida at Impact Theatre.

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Sarah Coykendall and Eric Kerr play the titual lovers about to be ripped apart in Troilus and Cressida at Impact Theatre.

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Cheshire Isaacs

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Sarah Coykendall and Eric Kerr play the titual lovers about to be ripped apart in Troilus and Cressida at Impact Theatre.

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Consoled by his brother Paris (Roy Landaverde, right), Troilus (Eric Kerr, middle) is ripped apart from his beloved Cressida (Sarah Coykendall) in Troilus and Cressida at Impact Theatre.

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Cheshire Isaacs



What Every Girl Should Know

What Every Girl Should Know

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Abigail Edber, Arisa Bega, and Carlye Pollack play four teen girls discovering their power as women at a Catholic reformatory in 1914, in What Every Girl Should Know at Impact Theatre.

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(clockwise from left) Elissa Beth Stebbins, Abigail Edber, Carlye Pollack, and Arisa Bega play four teen girls discovering their power as women at a Catholic reformatory in 1914, in What Every Girl Should Know at Impact Theatre.

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Elissa Beth Stebbins and Arisa Bega play two teen girls discovering their power as women at a Catholic reformatory in 1914, in What Every Girl Should Know at Impact Theatre.

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Arisa Bega plays a teen discovering her power as a woman at a Catholic reformatory in 1914, in What Every Girl Should Know at Impact Theatre.

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Elissa Beth Stebbins and Arisa Bega play two teen girls discovering their power as women at a Catholic reformatory in 1914, in What Every Girl Should Know at Impact Theatre.

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Cheshire Isaacs

What Every Girl Should Know

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Elissa Beth Stebbins and Carlye Pollack play two teen girls discovering their power as women at a Catholic reformatory in 1914, in What Every Girl Should Know at Impact Theatre.

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Cheshire Isaacs


What Every Girl Should Know

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Abigail Edber, Arisa Bega, Elissa Beth Stebbins, and Carlye Pollack play four teen girls discovering their power as women at a Catholic reformatory in 1914, in What Every Girl Should Know at Impact Theatre.

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Cheshire Isaacs

What Every Girl Should Know

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(clockwise from left) Elissa Beth Stebbins, Carlye Pollack, Abigail Edber, and Arisa Bega play four teen girls discovering their power as women at a Catholic reformatory in 1914, in What Every Girl Should Know at Impact Theatre.

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Cheshire Isaacs


What Every Girl Should Know

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Elissa Beth Stebbins, Arisa Bega, Carlye Pollack, and Abigail Edber play four teen girls discovering their power as women at a Catholic reformatory in 1914, in What Every Girl Should Know at Impact Theatre.

Credit:
Cheshire Isaacs