DOOMSDAY REVUE– aka The Greatest Musical Ever! – is opening this weekend. This wacky cult performance is created, directed, and presented by Houston’s HSPVA graduate, Tamarie Cooper, and writing partner, Patrick Reynolds, on behalf of the Catastrophic Theatre. Intended for “mature audiences,” with musical features such as, “ARM-A-GET-it-ON,” it is a racy and rousing musical and theatrical interpretation of the apocalypse, filled with comedic hilarity and fun. It will be performed every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from July 13- August 25, 2012 at the DiverseWorks ArtSpace in the downtown warehouse district. Tickets are pay-as-you-can, and they are selling faster than hotcakes. Additional donations are always welcome, as they make it possible for the Catastrophic Theatre to continue to produce performances. Tickets for the show’s opening weekend– this Friday and Saturday– are sold out already, but there are still some available for the following performances. Tickets can be purchased for a final dress rehearsal this Thursday, July 12. Fifty bucks will get you entrance to this first public viewing of the play, as well as food and drink.
1117 East Freeway
I-10 at North Main
Houston, TX 77002
Show times: Every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday– from July 13-August 25– all shows start at 8pm