Friday, November 02, 2007

What are you doing tonight?


Going to see Little Murders, that's what! This show is going to knock your socks off, come on out!
Tickets are going fast, so get your reservations in or purchase tickets online by going to http://lgt.buyplaytix.com. Plus you'll definitely want to join us for our opening weekend party on November 3rd after the show to celebrate Little Murders' opening. The generous folks at Real Ale Brewing Company have donated a keg of their finest brew for the event, so FREE BEER for all!!! No, you don't have to come see the show to drink our beer, come out and celebrate with us anyway.We're so excited about this show. It's looking fantastic with a great cast. More information below:

Little Murders
Written by Jules Feiffer
Directed by Karen Jambon
Presented by Loaded Gun Theory
produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.

The Newquists think they're a typical All-American family until their overbearing daughter Patsy brings home her nihilist fiancée Alfred to meet them for the first time. As Alfred destroys their expectations and their New York neighborhood falls victim to a series of unexplainable murders their seemingly perfect world spirals out of control. Join us for an evening of dark familial comedy presented by those masters of edgy satire, Loaded Gun Theory.
WHERE: Arts On Real
2826 Real St
WHEN:November 2-4 (Fri-Sun)
November 8-11 (Thu-Sun)
November 14-17 (Wed-Sat)
(Note: We've added a special Wednesday performance for all you theatre folk who are otherwise occupied Thursday through Sunday. Aren't we clever?)
All shows are at 8pm except Sunday matinees (November 4 and 11) which begin at 5pm.
General Admission: $12. Call 280-2156 or visit http://lgt.buyplaytix.com for reservations.

3 comments:

Tim said...

She didn't mention that it's starring her.

Bob Andelman said...

You might enjoy this Mr. Media podcast interview with cartoonist Jules Feiffer, who talks about the new collection of his comic strips from the Village Voice, getting his start with Will Eisner on The Spirit, his plays (Little Murders), his movies (Carnal Knowledge, Popeye), the Disney musical adaptation of The Man in the Ceiling, and his forthcoming memoirs.

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