Cranked: The Remix

November 8-10

A Green Thumb Theatre Production
By Michael P. Northey

Connections: Mental Health, Addiction, Social Responsibility

Stan, a.k.a. “Definition”, was a rising freestyle MC, until his life’s passion lost out to his drug habit. Now on the road to recovery and preparing for a comeback show, Stan confronts his demons and recounts his harrowing journey through the wild highs and deep lows of addiction.

Featuring a live DJ, spoken word, and hip hop, this pulse-pounding, full-sensory experience deals in the brutal realities of addiction and drug culture, and the redemption that can lie in recovery. This highly popular production has been updated and includes content addressing the current fentanyl and opioid crises.

“More relevant than ever…” – Create A Stir

To book a performance please contact Jessica McGlynn, School Sales Coordinator at: 204-954-1704, [email protected].

Looking for ways to further engage your students in the world of the play? Add a play-related workshop: students go from seeing, to doing and being!

Recommended for Grades 7-12
approximate running time: 50 minutes plus a 10 minute Q&A


Playwright Michael P. Northey
Original Songs and Lyrics Kyprios and Chin Injeti
Set Design Justus Hayes
Lighting Designer Jacob Wan
Lighting Technical Director/Associate Lighting Designer John Webber

Cranked: The Remix Study Guide


Check out the trailer for Cranked: The Remix below! Please note: this trailer is from a previous edition and does not represent the actor(s) in this new production.

  • Tuesday, November 8 @ 10 a.m.
  • Tuesday, November 8 @ 1 p.m.
  • Wednesday, November 9 @ 10 a.m.
  • Wednesday, November 9 @ 1 p.m.
  • Thursday, November 10 @ 10 a.m.
  • Thursday, November 10 @ 1 p.m.

On tour from November 14 – December 4

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