The San Francisco Mime Troupe in "Making a Killing"
The San Francisco Mime Troupe Brings "Making a Killing" to the Mendocino Coast, "Promising more Song and Dance than a Bush Administration Press Conference." The Arena Theater is pleased to welcome the original comedy of the San Francisco Mime Troupe back for another all new production. One performance only, Thursday, July 26 at 7:30pm. Doors open at 6:45pm. Tickets are $22.00 in advance, $25.00 at the door and are available at The Four-Eyed Frog Bookstore, and The Sea Trader, Gualala; The Record Cafe & Market, Pt. Arena; Tangents, Ft. Bragg; and online at Brown Paper Tickets (www.brownpapertickets.com).
"Making a Killing" follows two army newspaper reporters assigned to write a puff piece on the construction of an American funded hospital in Iraq. But as the facts unravel, it soon becomes clear that there's more to this benevolent seeming humanitarian project than meets the eye. Back in Washington, Dick and Condi are manipulating intelligence and in Iraq, a cabal of military-industrial-Neo-Con colluders will stop at nothing to hide the shocking truth! This show will sell out quickly so buy your tickets early and often.
"Making a Killing" is the follow-up to SFMT head playwright Michael Gene Sullivan's hit adaptation of George Orwell's "1984". Written by Michael Gene Sullivan and Jon Brooks. Directed by: Ellen Callas. Music and Lyrics: Pat Moran. Starring Velina Brown, Michael Gene Sullivan, Victor Toman, Ed Holmes, Lisa Hori-Garcia.
214 Main Street
Pt. Arena, CA 95468
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