Major Entertainment Opportunity, 8PM October 20th and 21st at the WAH
As you may know, I am indeed the author of last year's cult hit
resurrection musical, Prepare to Meet Your Maker. Some may also remember my Coppelia
at The Gene Frankel Theatre in 1998. Well, put those two together with the
new multi-media musical, The Last Dodo, and you will have experienced my
trilogy of feminine icons, Cementeria, Coppelia, and, finally, MYESSENCE
MISSOLINI (The Last Dodo)
-- and will have thus come that much closer to a pure state of romantic enlightenment.
The year is 1919 and members of the Explorers Club are intent on
reuniting a living dodo with the dodo bones on display at the Museum of Natural
Following its premier in La MaMa E.T.C.'s Experiments '00 series, the
Last Dodo returns, live on Stage, for two nights only (its 5th and 6th
Performances) at the Historic Williamsburg Art and Historic (WAH)
Center, 135 Broadway across from Peter Luger's in Brooklyn.
Costumes and Make-Up by Patricia Grace
Linus Gelber, Tony Hightower, Jorjeana Marie, Amy-Jo McKiel, Genia
Michaela (courtesy of Actors Equity), Kim Mossel, Aashish Pathak, George Raheem
Ramos, Jr., Grey Revell & John Seroff
HOW DO WE GET THERE?
When driving, just keep to your right when crossing the Williamsburg
Bridge which leads you to Broadway. Turn right on Broadway. We are 2 blocks
down on the corner of Bedford Avenue and Broadway in the landmark Kings County
Savings Bank Building, 135 Broadway.
Take the 14th Street, L Train one stop into Brooklyn to Bedford
Avenue.Walk south and under the Williamsburg Bridge to Broadway.
Or you can take the J, M or Z train to the Marcy Avenue stop. Walk a few
blocks west on Broadway to the WAH Center.
Williamsburg Art & Historical Center
Located at the corner of Bedford, right
next to the Williamsburg Bridge:
135 Broadway, Williamsburg
This Friday and Saturday, Oct. 20 & 21, 8PM. Tickets: 10.00 Press and
Equity Passes available!
(and thank you to our angelic patrons for making possible these performances)