- $8 for two tickets to Glory Days & Frankie and the Pretenders Present Reefer Madness (up to $11.61 value)
- When: Monday, April 20, at 9 p.m.
- Where: High Dive
- Seating: general admission
- Door time: 8 p.m.
- Full offer value includes ticketing fees
In 1936, a few puffs of marijuana—or, as its known here, “devil’s weed”—is all that it takes to turn clean-cut high schooler Jimmy Harper into a no-hope teen bent on a life of violence and lust. As Jimmy spirals deeper into chuckle-inducing depravity—sassing his parents, boosting money from charity, visiting terrors upon trusting animals—campy musical numbers heighten and highlight his plight. Reefer Madness began as a completely earnest exploitation film first released in 1936, a borderline hysterical series of warnings of the side effects of just one toke. It inspired Kevin Murphy and Dan Studney’s wickedly funny stage adaptation, then a 2005 film of that adaptation starring Alan Cumming, Kristen Bell, Ana Gasteyer, and Neve Campbell. Now, Glory Days and Frankie and the Pretenders give the film the Rocky Horror treatment a cult classic deserves, pairing the movie with sketches, drinking games, and audience participation,