Metaphors for laughter are often surprisingly violent, from busting a gut to splitting your sides to tumbling down the jagged face of Joke Mountain. Break a funny bone with this GrouponLive deal.
- $18 for one ticket to see The Hungry Hungry Games: A Parody (a $37.25 value)
- When: Tuesday, October 29, and Wednesday, October 30, at 7:30 p.m.
- Where: Meyer Theatre
- Seating: best available
- Door time: 6:30 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
The Hungry Hungry Games: A Parody is not associated with, nor authorized by, Scholastic or author Suzanne Collins.
The Hungry Hungry Games: A Parody
In the chilling world of the New York Times best-selling series The Hunger Games, tributes represent their districts in a televised fight to the death sponsored by corporations. Yet poverty, oppression, and teenagers forced to do battle without cell service is no match for the producers of Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody. In The Hungry Hungry Games: A Parody, the creative forces behind the adult-themed satire lampoon another literary hit based on the sensational young-adult novels and the Jennifer Lawrence–led film franchise. This farcical romp takes audiences on a darkly humorous trek through author Suzanne Collins's vision of the future, following the Katniss counterpart as she strings her bow and takes aim at funny bones.
Like many of Fox's lavish movie palaces, the Meyer opened in the 1930s, only to see its Spanish Atmospheric touches fade over the years as it became a modern triplex cinema. But once it was converted to its current incarnation as a live performing arts venue, the staff worked hard to restore its opulence, from the midnight-blue sky with twinkling stars to columns decorated with gold leaves. The theater's crown jewel, however, is the Mighty Wurlitzer organ, which was refurbished using the original 1927 blueprint. With its pipes ranging from the size of a pencil to 16 feet, the instrument boasts a range of tones and cinematic sound effects, such as horse hooves, chattering teeth, and David O. Russell roaring at his actors.
“The theater alone is spectacular.”
The Meyer Theatre
117 S Washington St.
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301