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Heist a Crow
Date Friday June 06
Time 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Location Details
Stage Werx 533 Sutter @ Powell
Event Type Concert/Show
Organizer/AuthorSean Kelly
HelpWalrus Produces Sean Kelly’s HEIST A CROW

written by Sean Kelly
directed by Stuart Bousel

featuring:
Matt Gunnison
Jay Middleton
Jesse Mueller
Carol Rhyu
Tony Sommers
Rana Weber

Performances: Fridays & Saturdays, June 6-28, 8:00 pm, 7:30 door.

Tickets: $15. Pay at the door or purchase on the web at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/35196

Location: Stage Werx at 533 Sutter St. (at Powell)

Info: http://www.helpwalrus.com or 415.385.6296

HEIST A CROW is an original, absurd comedy about the afterlife. Follow John, a newly-dead, recently-spurned thief (Matt Gunnison) and a disgruntled reaper (Rana Weber) through eternity and points elsewhere as they try to win back the lives they never had. Battling an evil coke-fiend real-estate agent (Tony Summers), an abused angel looking to blow the joint (Carol Rhyu), and a misogynist higher being who may be all powerful or may just be lazy (Jesse Mueller), the duo must track down the souls guarded by a reluctant pentecostal priest (Jay Middleton) before John loses himself (and his love) to a fate worse than death.

Buzzing the metaphysics of Judeo-Christianity and Greek mythos in a blender, Heist a Crow is a family story about the not-so-desirable effects of inter-planar transport, life, death, shiny objects and subverting faith.
Added to the calendar on Tuesday May 27th, 2008 5:16 PM

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