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November 14, 2013 at 11:38 AM

Balagan Theatre cancels holiday show

Due to “a misunderstanding around contract terms,” including higher rent than expected, Balagan Theatre has canceled its  holiday show, “A Very Merry (Unauthorized) Children’s Scientology Pageant,” at the Erickson Theatre on Capitol Hill. The theater is owned and managed by Seattle Central Community College and has been Balagan’s home since 2011.

Instead, the company will move what was to be its late-night holiday show, the horror movie spoof “ThanksKilling,” to a regular evening run at the Cornish Playhouse Studio space in the Seattle Center.  “ThanksKilling,” about college kids who encounter a homicidal turkey,  will run Nov. 29-Dec. 14.

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