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The Love Show & .357 Lover Present "SEVERED: The Tragic Loves Of Frankenstein's Monster" At The Highline Ballroom, 3/6/14
The Tragic Loves of Frankenstein's Monster
A Rock Opera Ballet
The Love Show and Corn Mo bring you an original rock opera ballet, based on the .357 LOVER album The Purchase of The North Pole.
Imagine being a creature made up of half-a-dozen other people and their romantic memories, never able to forget their loves and losses, their agonies and ecstasies, yet never able to experience that sort of love first-hand. In a society where we are constantly bombarded by images of lives vastly more romantic than our own, it's not that hard. We are all the monster, living imperfect lives, surrounded by reminders of how things could have been.
SEVERED tears into the soul of the monster, combining the anthemic stadium rock of .357 Lover with visceral theatrical dance of The Love Show to explore the many loves of a man made up of many men. Heartrending choreography, virtuosic dancers, death defying aerialists, stratospheric vocals, and explosive instrumentals combine to create a powerful show that is an all-out rock 'n' roll celebration of the fragmented lives we all live!
Music and lyrics by Corn Mo, additional lyrics by Una Mimnagh
Choreography by Angela Harriell
Story conceived by Corn Mo, Angela Harriell & David F. Slone, Esq.
.357 Lover: Steve Dawson, Corn Mo, Ron Salvo, and Dave Wallin
The Love Show: Jennifer Carlson, Dorian Cervantes, Sarah Conrad, Gregory Dubin, Duane Gosa, Angela Harriell, Christina Johnson, Miku Kawamura, Rachael Ma, Nobuya Nagahama, Tsubasa Ogawa, Ashley Perez, David F. Slone, Esq., and Julie Smith
Aerialists: Airin DeSkies, Brian Ferree
Featuring a full, live choir
Thursday, March 6, 2014
Showtime @ 9:00 PM
Doors open @ 7:00 PM
Tickets $25 - $45
431 W 16th St.
New York, NY 10011
between 9th & 10th Ave