About the Production
A boy shows up in your bedroom, gives you some Fairy Dust, and takes you on a journey to a mythical world, filled with adventure, danger, and unlimited freedom. Pan, the sexually curious leader of the Lost Boys, his drug-addled fairy “friend” Tweaker Bell, and the coked-out Darling children find themselves face-to-face with Captain Hook, so-named for an infamously missing appendage. I Do Believe in Fairies: A violent queer farce by Mark Thomas Johnson with Yoni Weiss upends the mythical tale of the boy who never grew up by appropriating the ideals of the ridiculous theatre.
After a December–February workshop period, a staged version of the piece will be presented in the Spring of 2019.
Featuring an ensemble comprised of Ties Jansen, Chance Riley Kester, Sam Korobkin, Taylor Larson, Tom Pastor, Tamar Rubin, and Elizabeth M. Stater, in collaboration with Mark Thomas Johnson and Yoni Weiss.