The parody of the 80's flick is set to perform at downtown New York City's Opaline, starting July 22.
EchoHill Productions presents the stagework, conceived and directed by Dana Discordia, which lampoons the "high school film genre, 1980's origins, and stereotypical teenage types," according to a release.
In the original film, penned and directed by Hughes, a motley crew of five teenagers spend a Saturday in school at detention and through idle conversations, confrontations and an unauthorized jaunt about the empty school, the group learns they have more in common than they expect.
You See Us features a cast that includes Amorika Amoroso (as Allison), Sean Doran (as Andrew), Rommel Quimson (as Brian), Kelly Rauch (as Claire), Mike Van Steyn (as John) and Jimmy King (as Principal Vernon).
The creative team includes Max Wixom (technical Supervisor/lighting design) and Claudia Kalis (scenic design). Tickets ($19.85, drinks not included) to You See Us as You Want to See Us… Reflections from the Breakfast Club at Opaline, 85 Avenue A (at Sixth Street), can be purchased at the box office on the evening of the show only. For information, call (917) 573-0992.