3159 Cherokee
Saint Louis, Missouri 63118

Sequential Heart Redux

On January 13, 2006, in that great bastion of Bohemia known as Galenville on Cherokee, the Tin Ceiling will present in living techno color for one night only a restaging, reimagining, revamping of that darling of last year's theater scene Jason Lauderdale's one man epic "Sequential Heart".

Brian Jarvis of playbackstl calls it "high energy, highly innovative, and hilarious". Richard Green of talkingbroadway.com called the play "one of the most enjoyable and rewarding works this group has come up with in the last several years".

This time it's free. That means no upfront cost to you and that hottie you're trying to impress.

So come on down anytime from 8pm to midnight, and see Jason perform his master work in Repertory with Robert Strasser reprising the role that made him infamous. The 45 minute show will run in a continuous loop for four hours, so stop by anytime because if you miss part of it all you need to do is wait until it comes around again on the guitar as the saying goes.

And you won't want to miss any part of this brilliant tale of a man who finds love, alien technology, super powers and zombies all in one play. You can't pack any more into a one-man show. We tried, and that's why Jason has a hernia.

To recap:

Sequential Heart Redux

January 13, 2006

8pm to Midnight

3159 Cherokee

Part of the Cherokee St. Art Extravaganza.

Admission Free

Refreshments for sale.

For more info and reservations call 776-2325 and ask for Robert.


Added by pbrstreetgang on January 4, 2006

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