“Charming… moving…Stefanie Clouse as space cadet Andromeda, is delightful to watch…the theatrical jackpot. Perfectly played by Clouse, she’s a kind of post-hippie flower child, out to find the sweetness of a world too often encased in a bitter shell…Another strength is Karla Hartley’s intelligent direction.” –Mark E. Leib, Creative Loafing
“A work of insight and originality for modern audiences…Succeeds on many levels. Madeleine George has written a sophisticated, often hysterical and ultimately moving play.”-triCityNews, New Jersey
“A smart, clever and highly promising new play…lively and literate.” -NY Times
“A quirky comedy about the evolution of relationships…a thoughtful study in love and extinction in a northeastern college town.” -Variety
“Madeleine George is on the cusp of joining the front rank of truly talented young American women playwrights.’ -talkinbroadway
Madeleine George’s new play is a deliciously smart and funny “academic sex comedy” about life in a small university town. Dean Wreen’s college is in dire financial straits, and a plan to close its on-campus natural history museum is sending unexpected shock waves in every direction—just as the Dean’s ex-girlfriend has come back into her life. This definitely complicates things with her much younger girlfriend, Andromeda. Neither budget cuts nor the shadows cast by seven about-to-be-homeless mammoths are any match for the sweet taste of romance in this hilarious and deeply moving play. Rated M for mature content and language, this production features simulated sex between prehistoric college students and contemporary lesbians. No mammoths were harmed in the making of this play.
Mature subject matter and language.
Brian Webb Russell* -- The Caretaker
Vincent Stalba -- Early Man 1
Jonelle Meyer -- Early Man 2
Martha Wilkinson* -- Dean Wreen (“Cindy”)
Kim Crow* -- Greer (“Gail”)
Stefanie Clouse* -- Andromeda (“Andrea”)
Watch Karla Hartley, the director of 7 Homeless Mammoths Wander New England, and stars Martha Wilkinson, Kim Crow, and Stefanie Clouse discuss the show on Studio 10!
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Tuesday, June 25, 2013
163 3rd Street North
5:30 – 7pm
Free and Open to the Public
Cash Bar and Light Refreshments
an Art Exhibit by Creative Clay Member Artists created for
this event and inspired by American Stage Theatre’s
production of 7 Homeless Mammoths Wander New England.
2014-2015 Season -
Mainstage Ticket Prices and Performance Times:
Performances are Wednesday through Saturday evenings at 8pm.
Saturday and Sunday Matinees at 3pm
2014-2015 Performance Pricing: $29 Thursday Previews $39 Wednesday, Thursday Evenings and Saturday and Sunday Matinees $49 Friday and Saturday Evenings
$59 Opening Night - includes pre-performance reception
Student Advance tickets are $20.
Student Rush tickets are $10, 30 minutes prior to curtain.
Senior (adults age 65 and up) and Retired Military Discount - Receive $2 off single tickets.
Artist Discount - Tickets are $20
Active military tickets are FREE with valid I.D. 20% off additional tickets
for friends and family.
To receive one of the above discounts, you must go through our box office. Valid I.D. must be presented to our box office. Only one discount can be used per ticket.
Please contact the box office for further details or questions.
We want to fill our house!
In the event that you are unable to use your tickets, please call our box office 24 hours in advance of scheduled performance. You can exchange your tickets for another performance of the same production. Thank you in advance for your communication so that we can allow as many people as possible to enjoy the show.
American Stage Theatre Company is located at the Raymond James Theatre,
163 3rd Street North in the heart of downtown St. Petersburg, Florida.
For tickets, please call the American Stage Box Office at (727) 823-PLAY (7529) or
Services and Facilities Physical Accessibility: The theatre features
accessible parking, entrances, restrooms, and seating. Benefits of a Valid Disabled Parking Permit: Displaying your valid disabled parking permit will allow you to park at City metered spaces for FREE, for as long as your event requires, including those posted with time limit signs (green signs).
Please note: this does not apply to loading zones
or otherwise restricted parking signage (red signs).
Listening System: Theatregoers may enjoy the
free infrared listening system from any seat.