Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Come see..."Aaah! Rosebud"

Matt and I are working...AGAIN! Come see Matt star in "Aaah! Rosebud" (and see my name in the program as production manager).

More information below. But you got to reserve your tickets now! Just call up (415) 289-6766 to reserve your tickets. Take a look at the information below.

It's a really great show, we've worked hard and we would really like you to be there to celebrate and have fun with us. If you never see us in another show this year, this is the one to see. Why? Because we've had such a good time putting the show together.

-Claire


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Thunderbird Theatre comedy on stage; “Aaah! Rosebud”
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“Behind every great man there is an evil sled.”

The Thunderbird Theatre Company presents the comedic pre-quel to Citizen Kane:

“Aaah! Rosebud”

http://www.thunderbirdtheatre.com/

Thunderbird shows tend to sell out; buy or reserve your ticket today!

"Aaah! Rosebud" is the latest comedic production from San Francisco 's Thunderbird Theatre Company. Now in it's ninth year, the Thunderbirds have produced numerous shows for Bay Area audiences, including the pirate romance spoof, "Lusty Booty" and last year’s mythological offering, "Release the Kraken."

WHERE: 13 performances in SF at New Langton Arts, 1246 Folsom Street

WHEN: Thursdays through Mondays, August 23rd until September 8th 7:30pm doors, 8:00pm curtain

HOW MUCH: $20-$25 sliding scale

WHAT AGAIN? “Aaah! Rosebud” by Peter Finch of KFOG radio.

DETAILS & TICKETS: http://www.thunderbirdtheatre.com/

What about the East Bay?

Glad you asked! 3 performances in Berkeley !

Friday, September 21st at 8pm and Saturday, September 22nd at both 2pm and 8pm.

Performed at the Julia Morgan Center for the Arts, 2640 College Ave , Berkeley .

DETAILS & TICKETS: http://www.thunderbirdtheatre.com/

Never been to a Thunderbird Comedy? Come see why we are known as; “the gateway drug to theatre.”

http://www.thunderbirdtheatre.com/


You all saw the AMAZING two-page article in the pink section of the chronicle yesterday, yes?

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2007/08/12/PKRPRB2RS.DTL&hw=thunderbird&sn=001&sc=1000

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