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The steamy, smoky mining town of Charcoal Ridge, Connecticut is a lusty heathen hump of deceit, desire, murder, betrayal, doing it, and other things. Watch as the characters blindly follow their darkest passions into a pitch-black cave of surrender.
 
The steamy, smoky mining town of Charcoal Ridge, Connecticut is a lusty heathen hump of deceit, desire, murder, betrayal, doing it, and other things. Watch as the characters blindly follow their darkest passions into a pitch-black cave of surrender.
  
Starring the immeasurably attractive members of [[Hot Lather]]: [[Mike Cavanaugh]], [[Matt Fisher]], [[Jon Gutierrez]], [[Molly Lloyd]], [[Anna Rubanova]], [[Achilles Stamatelaky]], [[Mike Still]], A[[bra Tabak]], [[Andree Vermeulen]] & [[Paul Welsh]].
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Starring the immeasurably attractive members of [[Hot Lather]]: [[Mike Cavanaugh]], [[Matt Fisher]], [[Jon Gutierrez]], [[Molly Lloyd]], [[Anna Rubanova]], [[Achilles Stamatelaky]], [[Mike Still]], [[Abra Tabak]], [[Andree Vermeulen]] & [[Paul Welsh]].
  
 
Directed by [[Rob Webber]] & [[Amey Goerlich]]
 
Directed by [[Rob Webber]] & [[Amey Goerlich]]
 
Musical Accompaniment by Ari Scott
 
Musical Accompaniment by Ari Scott
 
[[Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre]]
 
[[Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre]]
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Latest revision as of 21:15, 26 November 2013

The steamy, smoky mining town of Charcoal Ridge, Connecticut is a lusty heathen hump of deceit, desire, murder, betrayal, doing it, and other things. Watch as the characters blindly follow their darkest passions into a pitch-black cave of surrender.

Starring the immeasurably attractive members of Hot Lather: Mike Cavanaugh, Matt Fisher, Jon Gutierrez, Molly Lloyd, Anna Rubanova, Achilles Stamatelaky, Mike Still, Abra Tabak, Andree Vermeulen & Paul Welsh.

Directed by Rob Webber & Amey Goerlich Musical Accompaniment by Ari Scott Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre