Shocktoberfest 15: The Bloody Debutante
An Evening of Horror, Carnage, Puppets and Song
Limited Engagement – Only 23 Performances!
Oct. 9 – Nov. 22, 2014
(Thurs., Fri. & Sat. – 8:00 pm)
Special Halloween performances Oct. 28 & 29
(Tues. / Wed. – 8:00 pm)
At The Hypnodrome
Four two-week sessions open to students ages 8 – 15.
Camp meets Monday – Friday from 9:00am – 3:00pm at Thrillpeddlers’ Hypnodrome theatre, 575 10th Street, San Francisco. [Map]
Session 1: June 4 – 15
Session 2: June 18 – 29
Session 3: July 23 – August 3
Music by Scrumbly Koldewyn
Book and Lyrics by Martin Worman and Scrumbly Koldewyn
Directed by Russell Blackwood
EXTENDED through May 19, 2012!
Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 8:00pm
At The Hypnodrome
575 10th Street, San Francisco
Tickets: $30 – $35
Thrillpeddlers are proud to […]
Two Opportunities to See This Rare Gem of the Ridiculous Theater Movement in NYC:
The Thrillpeddlers and The HOWL! Festival present
VICE PALACE: The Last Cockettes Musical
A Concert Version of the 1972 Musical Revue Extravaganza
Two nights only! October 21 & 22 2011 – 11pm
at Theater 80, 80 St. […]
Shocktoberfest 12: FEAR OVER FRISCO
– A Trio of Noir-Horror Plays –
Our 12th Annual Extravaganza of Terror and Titillation
A collaboration between the city’s renowned Thrillpeddlers and “Czar of Noir” Eddie Muller, author of the evening’s three plays.
Sept. 23 – Nov. 19, 2011 (Thurs., Fri. & Sat. at 8:00 pm)
“Vice Palace” creator and musical director “Scrumbly” Koldewyn recently sat down for an interview with the SF Chronicle theatre critic Robert Hurwitt to talk about the Cockettes and our new production of their last musical.
On “Vice Palace:”
Vice Palace” was written because, although the Cockettes had officially disbanded, it was getting […]
Our gender-bending revival of The Cockettes’ psychedelic musical inspired by sin-soaked Old Shanghai and Busby Berkeley movie musicals from Hollywood’s Golden Age. Now in its second smash year! Click for more info.
By Nicole Gluckstern for the SF Bay Guradian ::
Thrillpeddlers has slyly redefined its brand of thrills to embrace a wholly different genre besides the Grand Guignol revivalism for which it is best known; setting aside its usual quotient of twisted naturalism and splattered gore for the rambunctious, over-the-top glitter and glam of Theatre of the Ridiculous.