The joyously flamboyant Brechtian who starred in the Foundry's Good Person of Szechwan (returning to the Public this fall, fwiw) has been workshopping pieces of his forthcoming "24-Hour History of Popular Music," with tonight dedicated to the sounds of the 1780s. Toss your tricorner hat up in the air and expect provocative analyses of the decade's hits, potentially embarrassing (yet mandatory) audience participation, fabulous outfits, and some great music rendered in meaningful, if surreal context.
Tue., May 21, 7 p.m., 2013
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