Pirates of the Caribbean Entirely From Memory

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Pirates of the Caribbean Entirely From Memory

  • Ages 21+

Presented by Ten Bones Theatre Company

By Littlefield

When and where

Date and time

Thursday, June 15 · 8 - 10:30pm EDT.


littlefield 635 Sackett Street Brooklyn, NY 11217

Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

  • 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Ages 21+
  • Mobile eTicket

Doors 7:30PM | Show 8PM | Limited tickets at door

Ten Bones Theatre Company is back at littlefield for their next installment of the Entirely From Memory series! Performers will attempt (and most likely fail) to recreate "Pirates of the Caribbean", without the aid of scripts, rehearsals, or sobriety. All they will have will be their memory, a recent viewing of the film, and a lot of wigs. How certain are we that they'll succeed? So certain that we're making it harder for them.

-Performers won't know what role they are playing until they get onstage.

-Performers must incorporate lines written by the audience.

-Performers must incorporate any sound effect played by the tech booth.

-One lucky audience member will be given a horn that they can honk four times. Once honked, the actors must create a deleted scene that has no business being in "Pirates of the Caribbean" but makes perfect sense given where they are in the story.

Love the movie? We got you covered. Never seen it? We got you covered. You think you saw it once and you kind of remember it? You're probably in the show.

Performers: Willy Appelman, Eric Austin, Herbert Benjamin, Regina Carregha, Ryan Chittaphong, Thomas Costello, Ben Furnas, Molly Gaebe, Lena Gloria, Claire Gresham, Kyra Jackson, Alexis Lambright, Elizabeth Leimkuhler, Pete McElligott, Austin Sanders, Andy Schneeflock, and Scott Thomas.

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Littlefield is housed in a transformed 1920s textile warehouse where now an eco-friendly aesthetic, a friendly staff and signature cocktails provides the backdrop for some of the best comedy, live music, art, dance parties, film and theater in Brooklyn.