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The Future is a Fancyland Place at Allways Lounge

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Millennial moments come and go, raptures are prophesized and postponed, the end is always near — like a carrot on a stick. The American brand of end-times lust and apocalyptic pre-occupations is the subject of an original piece created by Cripple Creek Theater's Andrew Vaught (Major Swelling's Salvation Salve Medicine Show) and Chris Kaminstein of Goat in the Road Productions (Our Man). In The Future is a Fancyland Place, Jarville's life is already unsettled when he starts picking up on strange animal behavior, hears about cryptic messages in the static of technology and broadcasting and notices his sister is assembling a tent camp. But what does it all mean? Tickets $15. — Will Coviello

Sept. 16-Oct. 2

The Future is a Fancyland Place

8 p.m. Friday-Sunday

AllWays Lounge, 2240 St. Claude Ave.; www.cripplecreekplayers.org

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