Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Complete, total and utter shill (with a restaurant recommendation or two thrown in).

It's that time again, folks. Time to listen up about the latest fabulous Babel Theatre Project production - and time to go buy your tickets. I mean it - right now.

Babel's latest is the world-premiere production of Norman Lasca's play A Great Place to be From. The Midwest is struck by a monstrous heat wave - the kind that makes cows keel over and chickens explode - and four people tell the stories of how their lives change forever in ways so absurd, tragic and transporting that they only make sense through a haze of scorching sun bouncing off the asphalt.

You're intrigued, right? And, just think - you can scratch that itch for only $18!

Here are the performance details:

September 4th - 27th
Wednesday - Saturday @ 7:30 PM
and Monday, September 8th @ 7 PM

The Kraine Theatre
85 E. 4th Street (Bowery and 2nd)

Click here for tickets.

But wait - there's more! Babel has picked up stakes and moved downtown to the East Village, which means good restaurants are plentiful, so you can truly make a night of it. Here's where I'd recommend stopping either before or after a performance - not that Norman's play isn't an evening in and of itself!
See you there!


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