Professor Soap’s Music Machine

Professor Soap’s Music Machine

Professor Soap’s Music Machine
Cadence Creative
Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival, Yellow Venue

Animation. Glow sticks. Laval lamps. Brain Phase. Drum machine. Black Light. Lab coats. Looping. Synthesizers. House music. Test tubes. Neon yellow. Nuclear green. Acid jam. Acid House. Acid reality, man. Bigfoot. Yellow submarine. Flying eggplants. Floating robots. Maracas. Casper the Overextended Ghost. Did I mention Black light? Floating pickle monsters. Time vortex. Big fat spaceships. Totally groovy. Totally fun. Kids will love it!

It’s OK, just take the brown acid and go with the flow.
This commentary was based on a technical rehearsal.

This production is part of the 2014 Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival. Information on tickets and show times may be found at

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