The flagship show for The Annoyance, Co-Ed Prison Sluts returns to the stage as the final event in the celebration of Annoyance Productions' 20th Anniversary. The show originally opened in April, 1988, and ran every weekend until June of 2000, making it the longest running musical in Chicago - a title it still holds!
Co-Ed Prison Sluts follows the prison's newest inmate, Alice, as she learns the ropes from the other inane inmates including Hamster Man, The Dame, Skeeter, Slick, Henry, and Dr. Bellows and his dog Fluffy. And she learns the number one rule -- to fear the dreaded Clown.
With hit songs such as "Hey We're in Prison", "Sh*t, M*ther-F*cker", and "The Dog is Eating my Hamster Now", Co-ed Prison Sluts is anything but a family musical, and it's f*cking funny.
See it now, if you've never seen it...or come back and sing along, if you remember the songs.
Directed by Mick Napier
Original music by Faith Soloway
Musical Director: Lisa McQueen