Friday, May 6, 2011
Blood Rose Rising: Final Episode Tonight, 5/6 at 9pm!
BPT playwriting alum and talented actor, Steve Barkhimer, co-wrote an exciting, experimental theatrical mini-series now being workshopped at Zero Church Street in Cambridge. I attended last week's episode and had a blast -- and tonight is the conclusion! It's a great cast: Vince Siders, Tim Eliot, Victor Shopov among them. If you didn't get to attend the first two, don't worry: they do "re-caps." It's completely new, different, chilling, witty, and it's also FREE. Not just free...but they actually give you booze. The catch? They want your feedback for further development. Not a bad deal. As you can imagine, they've been selling out, so make reservations NOW by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The show is 9pm tonight. HURRY. It's an exciting opportunity to be a part of something brand spanking new.
Here's a little more about it, or go to their website:
Help give birth to a brand new kind of theater experience. A workshop production of Blood Rose Rising will unfold Zero Street in Harvard Square, over two Saturdays, April 23, 30 the following Friday, May 6. A ghost story, a love story, a story about Boston politics and neighborhoods, it is the brainchild of Benjamin Evett,who successfully launched The Actors’ Shakespeare Project six seasons ago with well-known local actor Steve Barkhimer. It’s also one of the first commercial theater ventures to start in Boston in a very long time. And now it needs an audience to be part of its development.
The productions in April are workshop productions, presented by Benjamin Evett and Honest Ghost Productions, LLC, in order to develop the material with an audience. The performances run about 1 hour. Admission is free but seats are very limited. For information or to make a reservation contact email@example.com.