A ten-minute play by Margaret Sullivan
Chloe: a sensitive, intelligent, self conscious but undiscovered high school beauty
Nick: something of the opposite of Chloe, knows he is the 'class catch', but is self abnegating nonetheless ...
The Hypocrites theatre company invites you to join us for DADA CABARET, the
first event of The Hypocrites 10th season. Please join us as we celebrate
this milestone in our ten year tradition of innovation.
October 14, 2006
2046 West Carroll Ave., Chicago
A limited number of tickets will be made available for this event. Advanced
ordering is recommended.
General admission is $75 and includes live performances, hors d'oeuvres, a
silent auction and our 10th anniversary champagne toast.
Ask about our $150 Patron Level.
To purchase tickets please visit www.the-hypocrites.com
or contact us at 312.409.5578 for more information.
If you cannot attend DADA CABARET, please consider making a tax deductible
contribution to The Hypocrites Annual Fund, accessible via
Your donation will support the day-to-day operations of the company. The
Hypocrites is a not-for-profit organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the
Internal Revenue Code.
Congrats to Sharkforum's own Jim Lasko and all the fine folk at Redmoon Theatre!
THE GOLDEN TRUFFLE officially opened last night to a sold out house, and is also newly Jeff Recommended! Audiences throughout the run have been celebrating the unique mix of original musical theater served in style with a four-course truffle tasting by Vosges Haut-Chocolat.
THE GOLDEN TRUFFLE, a musical extravaganza of colossal imagination, previews tonight!
...like Mr. Curator for instance! Lets hurry and finish up with our foray to Austin tommorrow Nick. I'm ready to chew on something with absolutely no substance!
"In spectacle, narrative may play a part, conflict may be an appendage, but spectacle’s heart is transformation, and its food is poetry."
"Two tiny young fish are swimming in the sea. They come upon an older fish. He says to them, Hey, fellas, how's the water? The two young fish swim on past. They swim for many miles. Finally one fish says to the other, What the fuck is water?" (From Don DeLillo's forthcoming play, "Love-Lies-Bleeding," via John Leonard's review in January 2006 Harper's.)
From the Moviefone Short Film Festival. This is hillarious.