THE TSARINA’S BOOTIES
A MYSTICAL, MAGICAL, FARCICAL, ALMOST-BUT-NOT-QUITE-TRAGICAL
NEW MUSICAL PREMIERE
THE TSARINA’S BOOTIES a new musical for adults with script and lyrics by David Eliet and music by Nancy Rosenberg, will premiere at The Perishable Theatre on June 6, 7, and 8.
A Blacksmith, Vakula, has to somehow manage to get a pair of the Tsarina of all the Russias booties in order to win the heart of the woman he loves. Set in the1830’s village of Dikanka in the Ukraine, the musical revolves around Vakula and his unrequited love for the beautiful but vain Oksana, The play also involves Vakula’s mother who is the village trollop, a dirty deacon, a devil (not the Devil), a mystical magical and dangerously crazy Cossack, and lots of vodka.
THE TSARINA’S BOOTIES is adapted from a short story by Nikolai Gogol, author of DEAD SOULS and the play THE GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR.
Performances on June 6 and 7 are at 8:00 p.m. and on Sunday, June 8 at 3:00 p.m.
Tickets $10.00. Students and Seniors $5.00. (Due to mature content, not recommended for people under 13 years of age.) (401) 725-0248 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
No vodka will be misused in the performance of this musical.