Monday, October 19, 2009


What better way to spend Mischief Night than with Alex and his wayward droogies. And because the show starts at midnight, you still have plenty of time for your own misconduct. So confetti lawns, egg windshields, toss spooling rolls of tp into trees, then head over to MCC for a night of mischief you'll never forget.

CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS! (Note: get to the theater by 11:30 PM for best seats.)

Already seen the show? See it again! We promise a few special surprises for our Mischief Night audience.

A Play by Anthony Burgess
Directed by Alex Dawson

Belching smokestacks, colossal clock cogs, the ribbed wreckage of a crashed zeppelin, all under-lit by the blazing Fires of Industry, Dawson’s steam-punk version of Anthony Burgess’s A CLOCKWORK ORANGE features a soundtrack of Beethoven symphonies screened through the fractious filters of punk, thrash, and techno, then scribble scratched by a goggle-eyed DJ sitting atop a scaffolded clock tower that rises fifteen feet above the boards. Using an aesthetic he describes as “Quadrophenia meets Brave New World,” Dawson collaborates with mod fashion designer Anu Susi, abandoning the sleazy seventies vibe of Kubrick’s film for a sort of industrial elegance: tailored suits, swine snouted gas masks, huge buckled boots and, of course, the iconic bowler. All tickets ONLY $10! The Studio Theatre @ Middlesex County College. For more info, click ClockworkOrangeThePlay.

Emily Mann (8 PM, Fri. Nov 6) In-store Arts/Crafts Fair (2 - 6 PM, Sat. Nov 7), Still Tickin': The Return of Clockwork Orange (8 PM, Sat. Nov 7), Positively Main Street (8 PM, Sat. Nov 14), Travel writer Rolf Potts (8 PM, Tues. Nov 17), O Lucky Men (Live Music, 8 PM, Fri. Nov 20); Bennington MFA group reading (8 PM, Sat. Dec 5); Ivy Pochada/The Art of Dissappearing (8 PM, Fri. Dec 11)