THE SERIOUS THEATRE COLLECTIVE PRESENTS
THE APOCALYPSE OF JOHN, A DARK COMEDY
John Darrian, a junior-level advertising associate terrified of everything, is charged with saving the world from aliens, zombies, and Satan himself in a hilarious comedy about the tragic end of all life on Earth.
The staged reading of The Apocalypse of John will take place at the Parkside Lounge, 317 E. Houston (between Avenues B and C). Four performances only are at 8 p.m. on Saturday, November 5, and Thursday – Saturday, Nov. 10 – 12. Running time is approximately 75 minutes. Tickets are sold at the door, on the night of the performance. All performances are $15; cash only.
Written collaboratively by The Serious Theatre Collective, The Apocalypse of John is an absurd look at coming to terms with your worst fears. And zombies.
Underscoring, live music, and soundscape led by Ari Kessler, with Ricardo Delgado and Andrew Hollis. Props, sets, masks, and puppets by Philadelphia-based visual artists Ursula and Norm Stuby.
The Apocalypse of John
The Apocalypse of John by The Serious Theatre Collective
Four shows only:
- Saturday 11/5
- Thursday 11/10
- Friday 11/11
- Saturday 11/12
All nights: 7:30pm doors, 8pm curtain
317 E. Houston (b/t Avenues B and C)
New York, NY 10002
$15 Cash only, tickets sold at the door on day of performance
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