21 March 2005

theatre

those of you in the Pittsburgh area might want to check out the theatre projects we're affiliated with over the next 2 months. Joanna Lowe's Cup-a-jo (i probably spelled that wrong) Productions will be showing Tom Stoppard's "The Real Inspector Hound" starring Everett Lowe, Bridget Carey, Greg Caridi, Joanna Lowe, some other people who's names I haven't yet learned, and yours truly. That runs, let me check, April 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, starting around 8ish, i think, at Open Stage in the Strip District.

The long-discussed, somewhat maligned, "Stop It!" (Blankspace Arts) is currently in development. It stars Steve Vesolich, Joanna Lowe, Joe Martinez, John Reoli, myself, Charlie Modro, and some other people. It's about, well, censorship kinda, but other than that I'm not really sure. Either way, it's a great opportunity to see me curse on stage and generally make a fool of myself. It runs at Alleghany (sp?) Playhouse May 11, 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, and 28. The Googlists in our midst will remember that it borrows from the works of Carlos Castaneda, who introduced the world to the shaman Don Juan, who may or may not have been a figment of Castaneda's imagination. Ticket info can be found, I'm sure, by clicking on the Blankspace Arts link on this page.

later.

5 comments:

mickrect said...

Lucas, you'll have to remind us again when it gets closer (since I can't find my planner)--I'd be up for some "Theatre" in the Spring.

mattreed said...

I'd be up for some theater this spring, too. Do you think Big Jack Earl will be playing in the city one of those weekends so I can kill two birds with one stone?

And maybe go to LuLu's and Church Brew works to kill four birds?

johanna said...

those poor birds.

d press productions said...

they very well might be playing.

i have no idea what LuLu's is, but Church Brew Works is still open i'm sure

johanna said...

LuLu's is a Thai restaurant with really good noodles. I like to go there when I visit the museum, but it used to be the Sunday spot of choice for out-of-towners and the like to go for lunch after church.

I used to live in the brick house behind Lucca's, the restaurant across the street; so, for me, it's also an old neighborhood.