The Meaning of Life According to Grease
"The Walking Dead," "Grease," and poet Mary Oliver offer distinctly different forms of entertainment for audiences. However, in this play, all offer the same kind of advice. In this hilarious one-hour show, creators Greg Josselyn and Augusta Alban relive their own experiences of the pains and gains of growing up through the main character Greg and his desperate quest to unlock the meaning of life. Drawing inspiration from the popular '70s movie musical, the hit AMC television show and Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, "The Meaning of Life According to Grease" will have audience members laughing as they relate to the emotionally painful parts of becoming an adult. See the show at Somerville's Davis Square Theatre, where you'll also find a very special mystery guest. Who knows, perhaps a Walking Dead zombie will make an appearance in the flesh?
Running time: 60 minutes. Doors open at 7:30pm in advance of the performance with drinks available at the Davis Square Theatre bar.
Greg Josselyn has recently performed with South Shore Story Slams, Camden People's Theatre Fun Palaces for Grown Ups, James Library and Center for the Arts, Double Take Fringe Festival, and Mobius.
Augusta Alban is a newspaper columnist and host of over a thousand T.V. talk show episodes in the Boston area.
The Davis Square Theatre (View)
255 Elm Street
Somerville, MA 02144
|Minimum Age: 13|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|