Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Premiere Wear, etc.

Of course, by now, you have clicked on the ticket site (over there--on the right) and purchased your reasonably priced tickets to see Daughters of Catastrophe.

Seriously, it only costs $18 at the door or $15 in advance. That's right. We are not going to charge you some nutty amount of money to see an unknown play by a kook like me! No way. This is bargain basement experimentation, folks. And we know that people who like odd things usually do NOT have $35 to blow on theater.

Furthermore, we love seniors and students so much, we're pricing senior and student tickets at $10. The show is not recommended for kids, but if you're over 18 and naked people don't scare you, come on down!

If you still don't have the cash for this event, make your way to the lovely people at one of the Ticket/Ticket booths (Pike Place Market and Broadway Market) and buy a ticket for half price the day of the show. Art doesn't get more affordable than this.

Why are we only charging this much? Is there something wrong with us? Is this the worst play anyone has ever written?

Well, maybe. But I don't think so.

The real reason for the ticket price is: WE LIKE YOU. You're crazy for going to the theatre. Completely insane. And we just love that about you.

So, come to Theatre Off Jackson in June, and see Daughters of Catastrophe for next to nothing. You will find yourself in good company.

But what on earth will you wear? And how will you get to the theatre? Here are a few suggestions, but feel free to improvise:

First date? Dress up, shine your shoes, leave your cell phone at home, and PARTY! (You can even bring your favorite stuffed animal. We won't laugh.)

Whether you travel by traditional means or employ earth-friendly devices

...we can't wait to see you.