“Terminator Too: Judgement Play” Coming to Santos Party House

Posted on: May 21st, 2012 at 10:29 am by

Walking along East Houston Friday afternoon, we noticed that many of the light poles and other street furniture were littered with cleverly-written “Wanted” posters for the Governator himself. The Terminator-inspired tear-tab flyers are actually street promo (surprise) for something called “Terminator Too.” Get ready for some hilarity.

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Terminator Too: Judgement Play is a new interactive play that spoofs the blockbuster 1991 Schwarzenegger flick. It’s directed by Thomas Blake who scored an underground West Coast hit with Point Break Live. Actors from that show are joining the cast for this latest parody production. The defining element, however, is that the title role of Terminator is chosen each night from the audience, by the audience. This promises to be an interesting spectacle.

Here’s more from the official website:

Get blasted by super-soakers! Witness the scorching of He-Man action figures! Be dazzled by James Cameron’s revolutionary action sequences and special effects… recreated LIVE (in true 3D)… with next to no budget at all!

Think your Arnold Schwarzenegger impersonation is the best around? Here’s your chance to prove it. For each show, the role of THE  TERMINATOR will be chosen from the audience… by the audience!  Don’t worry, we’ll provide all of Arnold’s complex, important dialogue on cue cards.

Terminator Too: Judgement Play runs from June 23 through August 11 at Santos Party House.

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