Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Upcoming: Servant Girl Annihilator, A True Tale, Weird City Theatre Company at Dougherty Arts Center, October 28-26

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Servant Girl Annihilator by John Carroll Weird City Theatre CompanyWeird City Theatre Company

Announces the World Premiere of

The Servant Girl Annihilator

The true tale of the Austin Ripper

by John Carroll

October 28—November 6 at the Dougherty Arts Center, 1110 Barton Springs Road, Austin, TX.

Performances Oct. 28 – Oct. 30 are Thursday through Saturday night at 8 PM and 10PM.

Performances Nov. 4 – Nov. 6 are Thursday through Saturday night at 8PM.

Thursday Nights are “Pay What You Wish” at the door. For all other performances, tickets are $15.00 for adults and $12.00 for children, seniors and students (with ID), and group rates are available. Tickets can be purchased at our website, www.weirdcitytheatre.com, or by calling 512.745.2636.

Moon tower Servant Girl Annihilator Weird City Theatre CompanyWeird City Theatre Company opens their 2010-2011 season with a production of true haunted history with THE SERVANT GIRL ANNIHILATOR- the true tale of the Austin Ripper. This twist on a haunted house experience takes the audience on a journey into the lives of the victims of Austin's first serial killer. The ghosts of the past tell their tales to the living, and an eerie chapter of Austin's history comes to life as the audience walks from room to room exploring this decades old mystery. The cast includes WCT Managing Director Patti Neff-Tiven, Company Members Michael and Sarah Covey and LeRoy Beck and Terri Lynne Hudson, both seen last in WCT's Giants in Those Days.

This production is not handicapped accessible.

Weird City Theatre's mission is to encourage the growth of the artist and represent the uniqueness and vitality of Austin through re-envisioned classics and original works. Keeping a child-like sense of play, we focus on the process of the actor and we are playing our part to keep Austin weird!

Weird City Theatre is a sponsored project of the Greater Austin Creative Alliance, a nonprofit performing arts service organization. This projected is funded and supported in part by the City of Austin through the Cultural Arts Division.

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