Brooklyn Culture Jam, a theater group founded in 2012 in
the aftermath of the Occupy Wall Street movement, is pleased
to announce it will premiere a new play entitled HOW
TO PARTY LIKE IT'LL NEVER BE 2029. This will be part
of the Tampa Fringe Festival at historic Ybor City in August
4 at 845: Saturday August 6 at 545; and Sunday August 7 at 1:30
HOW TO PARTY LIKE IT'LL NEVER BE 2029 is a take
off on the Prince song of the 1990s that asked the question:
As we drifted closer toward a hot nuclear war, how should people
spend their last days? Times are different, but now we face
calamity of a different sort-a climate warming out of control.
If we don't know how to repair it, how should we respond?
Based on Mr. Kinch's Tampa Fringe Play from 2018 entitled HOW
TO STOP THE EMPIRE, the character Jerry is back to offer
suggestions of how best to look at your limited days and respond.
Jerry is an old hand anarchist and has suggestions from all
sorts of others, including Abbie Hoffman's STEAL THIS BOOK
and the GETTING EVEN book from Hayduke. Through it all,
Jerry keeps things light and reminds us that nothing is permanent.
This is Mr. Kinch's ninth fringe play. His work has been featured
in the US and Canada, and his play on climate PLANET PHUCKETT
was featured at the livestream Vancouver Fringe as well
ad the livestream at Edinburgh last year. Above all PARTY
LIKE IT'LL NEVER BE 2029 tries to keep a light pace on a
serious subject. Come and laugh.
More information on PARTY LIKE ITLL NEVER BE 2029
website visit - https://brooklynculturejammers.com/2022/06/26/coming-soon-to-tampa/
Tampa International FRINGE Festival
Thursday, August 4 at 8:45pm
Saturday, August 6 at 5:45pm
Sunday, August 7 at 1:30pm