Thursday, September 27, 2007

In Just Two Weeks...

Nosedive Productions, the Sleazy Yet Delicious Eye Candy of the New York Theatre Scene, presents the second installment in its annual BLOOD BROTHERS series…

THE BLOOD BROTHERS PRESENT: PULP.



Last year, the folks at Nosedive presented horror plays originally staged at Theatre du Grand-Guignol from the late-19th to early-20th centuries.

This year, they present an evening of one-act plays and vignettes in the vein of American 1950s-style pulp horror.

Featuring brand-spankin new depraved and morbid works by:

MAC ROGERS
(Star of Nosedive’s The Adventures Of Nervous-Boy and author of Universal Robots and Hail Satan)

QUI NGUYEN
(The Vampire Cowboy who wrote Living Dead In Denmark and Men Of Steel)

JAMES COMTOIS
(You know...me; that guy who wrote This Blog Post and the aforementioned Nervous-Boy)

October 11 – 27, Thursdays through Saturdays

The 78th Street Theatre Lab (236 78th Street near Broadway)

All shows are at 8 p.m. Tickets are $18.

For tickets go here.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

*Sniff, sniff* Hmmm, chicken chow mein.

1:39 PM  
Anonymous the disapproving centaur said...

I can't wait! I think I'll get my tail braided and my coat brushed by Sven the stable boy.

Break a leg, young Comtois!

Clop, clop . . .clop, clop

1:43 PM  

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