If you can't wait for the opening night of Dragon's Breath next Saturday (dear gods - WE OPEN NEXT SATURDAY) and you can't get enough of me talking about the show, you're in luck. This Sunday, August 3rd, there are two promotional events happening for our show.
At 1:00, Dragon's Breath will be one of several shows presenting teaser excerpts at the FringeCENTRAL Pavillion. This is a tent on Norfolk Street, between Rivington and Delancey, where you can get information about all the shows and purchase tickets. There's also periodic public performances of excerpts from all the Fringe shows - just enough to whet your appetite.
At 7:00, the kind folks over at Judson Memorial Church were kind enough to help us put together a panel discussion for a number of the Fringe shows which share a skewed take on religious themes. In addition to our own draconic take on religious extremism, there's Moses: The Author, which tells the irreverent tale of Moses dealing with his personal life as he puts the finishing touches on the Torah. We're also glad to be sharing the panel with our good friend Erik Ransom and his magnum opus, Coming: A Rock Musical Of Biblical Proportions, which features his glam-rock take on Armageddon. There's clearly been something in the air the past few years to have us all thinking along these same lines (see, for example, any item in the news at all), and it'll be fun to share our stories and bounce ideas off each other. (That's the whole point of a theater festival, after all.)
Both these events are free to one and all!