Tuesday, January 10, 2012


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Justin Warren in a freeze frame from the multimedia video accompanying the Mammals' new production of DEVILS DON'T FORGET! We excited to continue the evolution of our stage and video craft. DEVILS DON'T FORGET offers a wonderful opportunity for our company to play with video since it is a play inspired by Film Noir! We open on January 14th! And if you haven't yet heard, the Chicago Tribune has listed our show as one to look for in 2012! Click here for the link! We hope you'll come and check us out!

Here's all the info!

The Mammals Theatre Company presents

written and directed by Bob Fisher

“It's like Dario Argento putting flowers on the grave of Raymond Chandler” - Nick Green w/The Reader

DEVILS DON'T FORGET – An amnesiac tries desperately to not remember his past, convinced that he was an accessory to some unspeakable evil. But his amnesia provides no refuge when devils he had hoped to forget return to collect their due.

Inspired by 50’s hardboiled noir as well as classic Grand Guignol, DEVILS DON'T FORGET is an atmospheric descent into a metropolis populated with Femme Fatales, Punch Drunk Gangsters, and Shadowy Figures seemingly supernatural. It is the story of a man who tries to escape a demonic global conspiracy using self induced amnesia.

Cast: Dennis Frymire, Sara Gorsky, Don Hall, Gabe Garza, Sarah Koerner, Annie Hogan, Erin Orr, and Justin Warren

Asst Director: Liz Chase
Costume & Prop Design : Ann Sonneville

Performance Dates are as follows
Saturday Jan 14th
Saturday Jan 21st
Saturday Jan 28th
Friday and Saturday Feb 3rd & 4th
Friday and Saturday Feb 10th and 11th
Friday and Saturday Feb 17th and 18th
Friday and Saturday Feb 24th and 25th

All performances are at 10pm – BYOB
Zoo Studios
4001 N. Ravenswood Ste B-1 Chicago, IL 60613

Reservations can be made by calling 866-593-4614 or by emailing us at themammals@gmail.com

The Chicago Mammals explore performance works embracing themes of history, mythology, and destiny through the genres of science fiction, horror, and phantasmagoria.

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