All the Saints Theater and PunkSinatra at the Byrd Theatre!

by | Jun 1, 2009 | POLITICS

Kind of like the time everyone else saw Bigfoot driving that dune buggy while you were busy inside making macaroni and cheese — two unique, Richmond independent theatre companies are teaming together once again to produce an afternoon not to be missed. 


Kind of like the time everyone else saw Bigfoot driving that dune buggy while you were busy inside making macaroni and cheese — two unique, Richmond independent theatre companies are teaming together once again to produce an afternoon not to be missed. 

On June 6th at 2pm All the Saints Theatre Company and PunkSinatra Theatre will take over the infamous Byrd Movie Theater to produce a live-action show unlike any Richmond has ever seen.


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All the Saints Theater Company are the same people who bring you the annual Halloween Parade, which meets each year in Monroe Park, as well as the Spaghetti Dinners held at Gallery5.  PunkSinatra, a surrealist-driven performance art team that offers drunken dreams for the probably impossible, has produced a staggering amount of work since their development in 2006.  These two performance dynamos will collaborate on their first ever large-scale show.
   
Two main performances will showcase the afternoon along with music from the always magical, DinoSupreme, as well as many more in-between moments of disbelief. The Byrd Theater will be over-run by fantastical characters of hilarious design. Theater patrons will have their senses subjected to a reality outside of the natural world. Show up and have your world affected by realities that could be. Proceeds from this event will go to support the 4th annual Halloween Parade in October.

Byrd Theater
June 6th, 2009
2pm
$7
Some adult content – PG-13

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