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RE-ANIMATOR – THE MUSICAL! CARTOON DUMP! NEVERMORE!

RE-ANIMATOR – THE MUSICAL! CARTOON DUMP! NEVERMORE!

RE-ANIMATOR – THE MUSICAL! CARTOON DUMP! NEVERMORE!

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THIS WEEKEND!
RE-ANIMATOR – THE MUSICAL
An all new musical sure to bring laughs, tears, and lots of blood!
“TOMORROW!” w/ Ron Lynch Presents: HOOK UP!
A real, live dating show hosted by RON LYNCH!
CARTOON
DUMP!
Music, comedy, and the WORST cartoons you’ve ever seen!
*NEW SHOWS IN MARCH!*
NEVERMORE – AN EVENING WITH EDGAR ALLAN POE
“Nevermore” starring Jeffrey Combs returns!
WTF LIVE w/ MARC MARON
Marc Maron is performing is legendary podcast live on stage!
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
CAUSING A TIGER
The always unpredictable experimental rock band “Causing a
Tiger” – ONE NIGHT ONLY!
*RE-ANIMATOR – THE MUSICAL

In 1985, Stuart Gordon
directed his first feature film and created a sensation. It was
“Re-Animator,” a smashing success based on a horror story by H.P.
Lovecraft. The film delivered as many laughs as it did screams making
it a cult classic among horror fans and winning a Critic’s Prize at the
Cannes Film Festival. Now, Gordon is back with his co-writers Dennis
Paoli and William J. Norris and composer/lyricist Mark Nutter to turn
“Re-Animator” into a musical for the stage.

Special effects are being
done by the same guys who did them for the 1985 movie: Tony Doublin,
John Naulin and John Beuchler. And
the blood will flow so freely that the first row will literally be
designated as a “splash zone.” Needless to say, this show is not for
small children.
You won’t want to miss
“Re-Animator – The Musical.” It’s certain to inject some life into the
spring stage season.

*Previews: February 18th thru March 4th, 8pm.
$20 preview admission,
$10 Student (w/ ID).
Opening: March 5th thru March 27th, 8pm. $25.*
*GET PREVIEW TICKETS ONLINE*

*GET OPENING NIGHT AND BEYOND TICKETS ONLINE*
*TOMORROW! w/ Ron Lynch Presents: “HOOK UP!”
Every Saturday night at Midnight*

This week, Ron Lynch (The
Sarah Silverman Program, Tim & Eric) presents the monthly
live dating show where audience members are chosen to vie for a date
with a mystery bachelorette! Ron will be joined by LAURA KIGHTLINGER as
a special guest commentator for the show this week. These shows are
totally candid and hilariously unpredictable as you watch real audience
members try to woo a mystery bachelorette for a real date!

This Saturday Feb. 19th at Midnight, $8

*GET TICKETS ONLINE*
*CARTOON DUMP!
seen*

The unholy alliance of noted
author, producer, and cartoon scholar Jerry Beck and
writer/producer/comedian Frank Conniff (“TV’s Frank from MYSTERY
SCIENCE THEATER 3000) bring you comedy, music, and the WORST cartoons
you’ve ever seen.

“It’s like a children’s

Starring Frank Conniff and Erica Doering.

*MONDAY FEBRUARY 28th at 8pm, $10
The fourth Monday of every month!*

…Prose, Poetry, and Perversion…*
“Nevermore” has returned to
the Steve Allen Theater after it’s popular, extended run in 2009!
Jeffrey Combs, the star of Re-Animator,
Beyond,

and Star Trek:
Deep Space Nine/Enterprise plays the brilliant but tormented
American author in this chilling play. Set in 1848, Nevermore is
loosely based on real events and follows Poe on a cross-country
speaking tour fraught with strange occurrences that signal Poe’s
descent into madness.

Written by Dennis Paoli
Directed by Stuart Gordon
(The writer/director team
behind cult classics Re-Animator and From Beyond)

“In assessing this new play,
written by Dennis Paoli and directed by Stuart Gordon, it’s hard not to
seem gushy. Suffice to say that Combs’ performance is definitive, so
full-blown he does not seem to be so much playing Poe as channeling
him…”
– F. Kathleen Foley, LA TIMES

To read the full LA Times review of

Opening WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16th at
8pm. $20.
The third Wednesday of
*WTF Live with Marc Maron
The last Tuesday of every month!*

The audacious and critically
acclaimed comedian, Marc Maron is bringing his legendary podcast to
life on the Steve Allen Theater stage on the last Tuesday of every
month! He’ll be joined by new guests every month. Guests will be
announced closer to the date of the show.

The WTF with Marc Maron started Sept.
1, 2009 and has had over 8.5 million downloads since then. Currently
it’s averaging almost 230,000 listeners per week, and it’s ranked #1 on
itunes on a regular basis.

“Comedy podcaster Marc Maron put together
a fascinating hour of discussion” – Entertainment Weekly

“It’s a must listen for any comedy fan.” –
Comedy Central Insider

“Right now, pretty much every comedian
without a network TV show has his own podcast, but Marc Maron’s WTF
Podcast, here on the web or on iTunes has distinguished itself as the
New York Times of comedy podcasts and by that I mean the definitive
comedy podcast of record.” – Ira Glass of “This American Life”

The podcasts are available at www.wtfpod.com or on itunes.

*Premiering Tues. March 29th, 8pm. $10. *
*The last Tuesday of every month!
*Causing a Tiger

Causing a Tiger is always
unpredictable. This band never rehearses, but plays a rigorous,
improvised set that at times sounds like devotional meditiation, other
times like a travelogue written while dreaming, and still other times
like it might have been ripped from the pages of the American Songbook.
For each live show, Causing a Tiger sets parameters that allow them to
test the boundaries of expression and logic, often evoking a puzzling
sense of familiarity. They are, all three, hopelessly dedicated to
eachother onstage. Regardless of the tenor of music, be it gross or
delicate, subtle of squirmy, they are open and accepting of whatever
might be forged in the heat of sonic congress.

Causing a Tiger is:
Matthias Bossi – keyboard, percussion, drums, voice
Shahzad Ismaily: basss, guitar, percussion, electronics, voice
Carla Kihlstedt: violin, voice

“This most promising
three-way combines violinist and singer Carla Kihlstedt of Tin Hat and
Two-Foot Yard with drummer-pianist Matthias Bossi and striking
multi-instrumentalist Shahzad Ismaily – the latter is one of those
amazingly gifted players who could make a symphony with just a
matchbook and a rubber duckie.” – Time Out New York
*Thursday, March 31st at 8pm. $12.*

*Screamfest 2011 – Call for entries!*
The good folks over at Screamfest were kind enough to promote our new
upcoming show, “Re-Animator – The Musical” so we wanted to share info
about their awesome horror film competition with our fans, as well. The
annual horror film and screen play competition has recently put out
their call for entries! Info on deadlines and such can be found on the
poster above, or you can go to ScreamFestLA.com
for more info about how to
submit!
Latest
press:
Magnuson’s recent David Bowie tribute: LA

Roll to Attack
“Best Cool Nerds”: LA
state
Angeles
discussed
between
main
theater reviewer of the Weekly and the Times. “There’s no reason we
can’t
put more scrutiny and focus on more imaginative new work development,
the way
REDCAT and the Steve Allen Theater are already doing…and with strong
audiences.” READ
ARTICLE
See the full season program:
www.steveallentheater.com*
VOLUNTEERSALWAYS
NEEDED!
Want to see the shows FOR FREE? Then
you might be interested in volunteering! We rely on volunteers to do
such things as running our snack bar, and selling tickets and the box
office. Super simple work and you get to see the shows for free! If you
are interested, please, don’t hestitate to get in touch: [email protected]
or Twitter for regular
updates on our shows including new show announcements, updated
line-ups,
date changes, and more!*
*THESTEVEALLENTHEATER*
Center for Inquiry-West
4773 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90027
in the rear./
Amit Itelman
/Artistic Director
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  The always unpredictable experimental rock band “Causing a
Directed by Stuart Gordon, Starring George Wendt
Previews: February 18th thru March 4th, 8pm. $20 preview admission,
members try to woo a mystery bachelorette for a real date! 
seenThe unholy alliance of noted
Starring Frank Conniff and Erica Doering.MONDAY FEBRUARY 28th at 8pm, $10
Premiering Tues. March 29th, 8pm. $10. The last Tuesday of every month!

Causing a TigerONE NIGHT ONLY!Causing a Tiger is always
Carla Kihlstedt: violin, voice   “This most promising
WEEKLYRoll to Attack
WEEKLYThe
audiences.”  READ
See the full season program: 

VOLUNTEERS ALWAYS
date changes, and more! 

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