It's very late. Or very early, depending on your schedule.
For me, it's very late. I just got home from the midnight performance of "Reefer Madness: The Musical" at the Liberty Theatre.
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You've got four more chances to see it. But it's an adult show, so leave the kids at home. The younger ones, anyway.
I think Chattahoochee Shakespeare Co. artistic director Troy Heard had a great idea. The midnight show was very popular and pretty well attended.
I bet I was the oldest person in the audience, which was mostly Columbus State University students.
"Reefer Madness" can be seen at 2 p.m. today and 7:30 p.m. Thursday-Saturday.
It's great fun. The orchestra is terrific. The lyrics are clever. The acting is good as is the choreography. I sometimes had a problem hearing the singers, but it might have been just me. The kids around me were laughing like crazy.
But I heard several of them talking about listening to the soundtrack over and over and how happy they were to see the show live.
And then I must have had an allergic reaction to the sage and tobacco mixture they were burning. My eyes started tearing, especially my left eye. They're both swollen now.
So if you're sensitive to burning tobacco, you might want to sit in the back of the house.
Even with swollen eyes, I'm really glad I went to see the show.