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(Some Producer)   Farker producing his first New York Off Off Broadway show, Incendiary Agents, at the New Ohio Theatre on Chrstopher Street. Help make it a month long Fark Party. Use code FARK for $3 off admission   (nylonfusioncollective.org) divider line 10
    More: Plug, costume designers, March 1st, Andy Cohen, sound designer, technical director, Off Broadway, lighting designer  
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2013-03-02 09:44:47 AM
Show is at the New Ohio Theatre at 154 Christopher Street and will be running throughout the month of March.  PATH convenient for any Farker living on the Jersey side of the Hudson. Click link for additional details, and check us out on Facebook:  www.facebook.com/NylonFusionCollective

I tried to add a direct link for tickets, but was thwarted by Fark.  So just use the link in the site or search for "Incendiary Agents" on SmartTix.

Use discount code FRIEND for $12 tickets on Monday, March 4th.

Come out, Farkers! There will be plenty of cold beers at the bar.
 
2013-03-02 11:17:07 AM
FRIEND code is now good for March 7th too.
 
2013-03-02 01:13:01 PM
Break a leg!
 
2013-03-02 01:13:55 PM
How cool.  I urge east coast farkers to get their butts to this show.
 
2013-03-02 05:21:58 PM
That's awesome! I'm always amazed at the talent pool the exists within Fark :)
I'm a little far away to make it to any current productions, but maybe (with fingers crossed, of course!) if it has a long enough run, I might be able to see it on my next trip!
 
2013-03-02 08:02:27 PM
Around '74, I was in cast as Dr. Spivey in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, in an LSU University Union production. Incredible experience; all the 2 1/2 months rehearsing, line memorization, dress rehearsal, 3 night run of main show. It was a blast.

I sense a lot more sophistication in this endeavor. .Look to the essence of the experience, and let its positive features wash over you and empower you.
 
2013-03-03 02:15:37 AM
Just getting home from the opening night after party. Good show when no one wants to leave for 5 hours after its done.

We deliberately didn't schedule a show for tomorrow to avoid the second day lull and a hungover cast.

Would have made for an interesting matinee otherwise.
 
2013-03-03 02:39:12 AM
what in the Wild World of Sports is this all about?
 
2013-03-03 12:41:18 PM
What's it about?
 
2013-03-03 01:23:35 PM
It's about 110 minutes, and an intermission.

No, it's about the consequences of actions, in this case, a draft board raid lead by a young Catholic priest in late 1969 that doesn't go according to plan.  Mainly because on the flip side it was also an FBI sting operation which also becomes fubar.

I think we've got a great show here and I would be saying that even if it was someone else's show.

Monday (tomorrow) is a great night to catch it for only $12 with the FRIEND code on SmartTix.

And on Tuesday we have this FREE event in the same space:

i46.tinypic.com

Good to see the show before the discussion panel, and tomorrow is the last chance to catch it before Tuesday.

It's not as hippie as it sounds.  The writer really asks "who's right when everybody's wrong?"  and leaves it to the audience to decide how they feel.
 
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