If the show is half as good as its title, "The Prozac in Pandora's Box" should be something to see. Written by Laura Amlie, a student in Towson State University's graduate theater program, this pharmaceutically titled multimedia work opens a three-week run at the Theatre Project on Wednesday.
Billed as "a raucous roller coaster ride . . . from ancient mythology to modern folklore, childbirth to Chernobyl and the French Revolution to the Baltimore streets," the original work uses wordplay, movement, masks, puppetry and music to examine "creative survival." Direction is by Towson alumnus Field Blauvelt.