Science fiction apocalypses live on stage in New Hampshire


John Herman sez, "I am producing 'An Evening of Apocalyptic Theatre' in Portsmouth, NH. Nine plays, nine visions of the end -- including new works by Hugo and Nebula award winning science fiction author James Patrick Kelly and best selling author of The Great Typo Hunt, Jeff Deck. A couple argues in a bomb shelter over a dog puzzle. A man gets an unexpected visit from Intergalactic Salvage. CERN scientists experience the romance of multi-verses. PLUS: Not only is the money raised going to three local charities, but I will also shave my head halfway through the show’s run to raise money for St. Baldrick’s Foundation, a group that funds childhood cancer research grants"

An Evening of Apocalyptic Theatre (Thanks, John!)

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  1. Hey, that guy from the “Time Enough At Last” Twilight Zone episode found another pair of glasses!  All right!

  2. The poster, by the way, is by Jeremy Couturier, a New Hampshire illustrator who does a lot of great work in our neck of the woods. Check out some of his other art here: http://couturierillustration.com/gallery/

  3. Sweet!  This is my hometown- The Player’s Ring is this little community theatre company with a house the size of a VW Beetle’s backseat.  Everything I’ve seen there has been fantastic, and they do some very cool offbeat productions including a bunch of local playwrights’ work.  I’m psyched to see them on BoingBoing!

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