Coed Prison Sluts , the critically acclaimed, longest running musical in Chicago history, tells the story of the insane residents of a prison who live in fear of the arrival of a clown. The show originally opened in April , and ran every weekend until June , making it the longest-running musical in Chicago — a title it still holds! Bellows and his dog Fluffy. And she learns the number one rule: to fear the dreaded Clown. Additional fees may apply.
Co-Ed Prison Sluts
Co-Ed Prison Sluts Celebrates 9 Years in Chicago | Playbill
Belmont Chicago. Return of company's flagship show. Inane residents of a prison live in fear of the arrival of The Clown Ellen Stoneking reprises the role of Dame Toulouse, joined by a cast of some of the brightest performers on the Chicago comedy scene. Fridays: pm. Chicago Tribune - Recommended. Some of the former cast members, including the cheerily over-the-top Ellen Stoneking and the inimitably mean Ken Manthey, are back on stage, looking much the same.
Co-ed Prison Sluts
Sign up for our newsletters Subscribe. The producers of Forever Plaid claim their show is Chicago's longest-running musical, but the honor actually goes to Co-ed Prison Sluts. Years before anyone thought of bringing Forever Plaid to town, this raggedy-assed, iconoclastic musical comedy was running in a blues club and then in the Annoyance Theatre's space on North Broadway.
Co-Ed Prison Sluts is a musical revue that originally opened at the Annoyance Theatre in April , closed in June , and reopened in , making it the longest-running musical in Chicago, Illinois , a title that still holds to this day. The show was directed by Mick Napier with original music by Faith Soloway. The show is known for having been an important part of the Chicago fringe theater, but was highly criticized because of its use of a live dog for entertainment during the show.