Tuesday, September 09, 2008

The Casket of Passing Fancy - Austin Theater

I can't tell you enough how amazing the Austin theater scene is. My experience started with the phenomenal St. Idiot's Collective. Now I'm psyched to attend my first Rubber Repertory Theatre show. I've worked with Josh Meyer on a few script read throughs and think the world of him. So if you get a chance, are curious or just want to see what's out there, check these guys out.


Rubber Repertory Theatre proudly presents...

THE CASKET OF PASSING FANCY

Created by Josh Meyer, Rebecca Beegle, Matt Hislope, and the ensemble.
Directed by Josh Meyer and Matt Hislope.
Lighting design by Jason Amato.
Costume design by Laura Cannon.
Set design by Ann Marie Gordon.

When: Oct. 10th-Nov. 1st, 2008. Thursdays-Sundays at 8pm.
Where: The BLUE Theater, 916 Springdale Rd. Austin, TX 78702

Tickets: Order online here, or call 1-800-838-3006.
YOU PICK YOUR PRICE: $15-$25.
Only 30 seats per night. Advance purchase recommended.

At last! The Duchess is ready to make her offers, and a lifetime of regret is on the line. In this dizzyingly intricate new production, Rubber Repertory sets out to do nothing less than fulfill every audience member's deepest desire. The rules of the game are simple. Those who dare to sit in the Duchess's parlour will be given the chance to claim one of 500 remarkable experiences. Pick one, pick wisely, come early, play often: Once an offer has been accepted, it will be eliminated from the show forever.
Over a year in the making, The Casket of Passing Fancy combines elements of Victorian parlour games, performance art, and live auctions to create a show that will be different for everyone who attends. You may find yourself exploring an unconscionable taboo or reveling in the beauty of the mundane. Your experience may last 5 minutes or 50 years. Your choice may bring pain or pleasure, sickness or health, sweetness or sour. All that's certain is that some will win, and some will lose, but no one will emerge unchanged.

Featuring Carlos Treviño, Kris Olson, Thomas Graves, Joe Hartman, Silky Shoemaker, Matt Hislope, Paul Soileau, Rebecca Beegle, Michelle Flanagan, Taylor Flanagan, Heather Barfield Cole, and Jennifer Underwood as "The Duchess."

This show is made possible through generous support from the Rockefeller Foundation MAP Fund.
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www.rubberrep.org

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