Love is Hell!

“Damnation has Never Been This Much Fun”

February Hell Toupee Cabaret will be taking matters to heart in our Love is Hell show.

Featuring guest performance by the Sick and Twisted Comedy Troupe!

Additional performances by our usual host of the eternally damned, Planet X Players, War Ensemble, the Planet X Dance Corps, with Miss Demi Urge and the Hell Toupee Band.

Hosted by Infernal Phil.

Tickets only $5!

Hell Toupee Cabaret is a Planet X Production, in association with Denver’s Dangerous Theatre.

 

Thursday, February 28th, 7:30 PM.

Denver’s Dangerous Theatre

2620 W. 2nd Ave. #1

Denver, CO 80219

Bermuda Triangle at Denver’s Dangerous Theatre

Seven Souls
Three Sides
One Ship
Who Will Survive?

A Dark Comedy of Supernatural Depths

During the optimism of the post-war era, seven souls find themselves trapped in a contest of good versus evil. When angels and demons play, humans are bound to lose. Planet X Productions, the group that brought Robot the Rock Opera to the stage in Denver, and co-produced Cannibal! The Musical, will be premiering this original play by Seth Iniguez Bertoni at Denver’s Dangerous Theatre.

September 7th to 22nd

Friday nights at 7:30 and Saturday nights at 7:00

Tickets $20.00 at dangeroustheatre.com

$5.00 off for students, seniors, military, members of the Colorado Theatre Guild and anyone who has traveled through the Bermuda Triangle and survived.

Hell Toupee Cabaret

Hell Toupee Cabaret

Damnation Has Never Been This Much Fun

Denver’s monthly infernal variety show appears every month at the Dangerous Theatre!

Come for an evening of eternal damnation, and still be home by ten. Denver’s Dangerous Theatre will become transported to the 9th Plane of Hell at 7:30 on the fourth Thursday of each month. Hosted by Infernal Phil and featuring Demi Urge and the Hell Toupee Band. The Hell Toupee Cabaret will showcase a variety of guest performance talents along with regular acts such as original sketch comedy by Planet X Players, the stage combat of War Ensemble, the lovely ladies (and handsome guys) of the Planet X Dance Corps and more. Don’t worry, you can keep your soul, the show will only set you back $10, $8 for students, seniors, military, and those with a devilish costume! Presented by Planet X Productions.

Denver’s Dangerous Theatre

2620 W. 2nd Ave. #1

Denver, CO 80219

Robot the Rock Opera

Planet X Productions’

Robot the Rock Opera

What would you pay for free will?

Live at the Bug Theatre

April 27 through May 12

Friday and Saturday nights at 8:00 p.m., plus Thursday, May 3


Set 99 years in the future, Roberta the love-bot struggles with her programming and her role as a servant to mankind in this class war parable of revolution, romance, and robots.

Planet X Productions—the folks who brought you Captain Swift and the Invasion from Dimension X, “Sea of Blood,” and “Beast of Babylon”—are back at it with the Next Pony. The two organizations that brought Trey Parker’s Cannibal! The Musical to the Bug stage in November for multiple sold-out shows, are now bringing us Robot the Rock Opera, by Seth Iniguez Bertoni and Fredd Bowers. This bold work of original musical theater will dazzle the senses as the live rock orchestrations of Fredd Bowers are combined with Meg Bertoni’s vibrant choreography. Robot creates a foreboding but inspiring portrait of the future as a reflection of humanity’s past—and present—of slavery and oppression, and the power of the “human” spirit to overcome tyranny.

Tickets are $15 at the door or at robottherockopera.eventbrite.com

The Bug Theatre 3654 Navajo St., Denver, CO (303) 477-9984

The Robots United Revolution will be at StarFest 2012!

Follow the activities of the Robots United Revolution on Facebook or Twitter @PXPDenver

Beast of Babylon!

Planet X Productions presents:
Beast of Babylon
A Sumerian Sword and Sorcery Saga

Performed by War Ensemble live at the Bug Theatre February 10th, 11th, 17th, and 18th, along with Max Mago’s Mundo de Magica!

Follow the emerging Hero of Gutian on his quest to rescue the king’s daughter from the evil clutches of a rival lord, in this swashbuckling tale of action and adventure set to the live percussive rhythms of the War Ensemble band. Set in the cradle of civilization of the Tigris-Euphrates fertile crescent, Beast of Babylon blends mythology, traditional heroic epic, and Hollywood camp in a tale of blood, blades, babes and beasts!

War Ensemble combines action-based theater and live music to create a unique spectacle that is not to be missed. Planet X Productions has brought Captain Swift and the Invasion from Dimension X and “Sea of Blood” to the Bug stage, and most recently co-produced Trey Parker’s Cannibal! The Musical. Planet X Productions will be opening their 2012 season with the epic of violence, the Beast of Babylon.
Opening up the evening, Freak Train favorite Max Mago will be delivering a dazzling array of mystical mania in Max Mago’s Mundo de Magica.

February 10, 11, 17 and 18 at 8 p.m.

The Bug Theatre, 3654 Navajo Street in Denver
Tickets $10 at babylon.eventbrite.com or at the door.
www.bugtheatre.org (303) 477-9984

Audition Announcement: Robot the Rock Opera

Audition Announcement:

Planet X Production’s

Robot the Rock Opera

Live at the Bug Theatre, Denver, CO

Show runs April 27th through May 12th

Auditions January 18th, 23rd, call backs the 25th

 

Planet X Productions, the folks that brought you Captain Swift and the Invasion from Dimension X and Sea of Blood, in association with the Next Pony, who collaborated to bring Trey Parker’s Cannibal! The Musical to the Bug stage last November, will be holding auditions in January for our spring production of Robot the Rock Opera, an original work by Seth Iniguez Bertoni, Fredd Bowers, and Scott Osborne. Set 99 years in the future, Roberta the love bot struggles with her programming and her role as a servant to mankind, in this class war parable of revolution, romance, and robots.

 

Auditions will be by appointment from 6pm till 8pm January 18th and 23rd, with call backs on January 25th. Performers should bring sheet music or recorded music for a number from a musical or rock opera to sing to. Performers should be prepared to do a few simple dance steps and wear appropriate lose-fitting clothing and light shoes.

 

Open parts include:

 

Otto, robot revolutionary leader, male, 18-40

Professor Van Der Verth, scientist designer of robots, male 30+

Garrick, Roberta’s owner, male, 25+

James, robot servant to Garrick, male, age open

The Authority, the law/political ruler, gender open, 30+

The Mechanic, gynecological robotics technician, male, 18+

Robot Chorus/Human Chorus, need any age and gender

 

Please call Seth at 303-946-8961 to schedule an audition. We look forward to hearing from you, and thank you for your interest in this exciting project!

Trey Parker’s Cannibal! The Musical live on stage at The Bug Theatre November 11-26

“All Singing! All Dancing! All Flesh Eating!”

For Immediate Release:

The Next Pony and Planet X Productions present Trey Parker’s Cannibal! The Musical live on stage at The Bug Theatre November 11-26.

Cannibal! The Musical is based on the true story of Alferd Packer, who was convicted of cannibalism in Lake City, Colorado in 1883.

The sole survivor of an ill-fated trip from Utah to Colorado, he tells his side of the harrowing tale to news reporter Polly Pry as he awaits his execution. While searching for gold and love in Colorado Territory, he and his companions get lost in the Rocky Mountains and resort to unthinkable horrors, including toe-tapping songs!

A Colorado cult favorite released in 1993, Alfred Packer: The Musical, was written, directed, produced and starred in by future South Park co-creator Trey Parker as a film student at University of Colorado. The film was re-released by Troma Entertainment in 1996 under the name Cannibal! The Musical. 1998 saw Cannibal’s first adaptation to the stage, and since then the show has become a phenomenon akin to the Rocky Horror Picture Show, with live theatrical and “shadow cast” productions presented to wide acclaim in America and abroad.

Featuring hilarious songs, gruesome gore, unusual Indians and an unprecedented number of dancing animals, this show is must-see for fans of the outrageous style of humor that made Trey and his colleagues famous.

Cannibal! The Musical plays on November 11, 12, 18, 19, 20, 25 and 26 at 8:00 p.m.

The Bug Theatre
3654 Navajo Street
Denver, CO 80211
(303) 477-9984

Tickets are on sale now at www.cannibalthemusical.eventbrite.com.
For more information visit, www.bugtheatre.org

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