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Naked Theatre Productions—The Rachel Browne Theatre
Sarah Flynn hits hard right off the bat with a sock puppet rendition of “Take On Me” which had the entire audience laughing uproariously. She draws everyone in by making you believe she is a young girl named Luna who is trying to create the best show possible by practicing in front of her teddy bears. Luna doesn’t yet grasp the real adult nature of some of her routines, which leads to some very funny cringe inducing moments.
The show takes a turn to the dramatic when we learn why it is so important to Luna to put on a good show and it makes the whole show come together. Very well done!
Naked Theatre Productions
Luna’s Suitcase—The Rachel Browne Theatre
Not all 9 year olds have miniature stages in their attics. But little Luna isn’t like other kids. She’s a bit odd, definitely precocious and has an affinity for performing sock puppet sex simulations for her audience of Teddy Bears.
Enter Luna’s attic, become a Teddy Bear, and watch her world renowned cabaret!