By Charles Ludlam
June 21 - July 21, 2002
A stylish and hilarious funhouse featuring tour de force performances, lightening-face changes and hair-raising special effects. Vampires, ghosts, werewolves and a mummy wreak havoc in this raucous parody of Victorian morals and Hollywood horror by anarchic comic genius Charles Ludlam. From England's mysterious moors to the depths of an Egyptian tomb, IRMA VEP takes on everyone from the Brontes to Mel Brooks. The New York Times calls it "the funniest two hours anywhere!"