Screen To Stage!

A Cult Classic Reading Series

August 17, 2019
5:00 p.m.
Peabody Heights Brewery

Single Carrot takes you back to Camp Firewood and the summer of 1981 with a staged reading of the 2001 satirical, cult-classic film, Wet Hot American Summer.

It’s the last day of camp and the counselors and staff of Camp Firewood have one last chance to nab a summer fling. Caution and responsibility are thrown to the wind in favor of wacky antics, secret rendezvous, interstellar threats, and a culminating talent show of modest proportions.

Presented at the Peabody Heights Brewery, the reading will be complemented by camp activities and field day events.

There will be food trucks, and beer will be available through Peabody Heights!


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