Sunday, October 17

Kenneth - What is the Frequency?

I saw this show in Edinburgh and I highly recommend. It's crazy in a good way.

A new play by Paul Allman based on true-life events surrounding an attack
on anchorman Dan Rather in NYC in 1986


Hey there! By now you should have received our postcard in the mail. If not, be on the lookout for the bright yellow announcement of Kenneth -- What is the Frequency? -the second show in the Lab's 2004-2005 season of new plays.

Kenneth -- What is the Frequency? opens next Thursday and runs through November 21.

We had tremendous success with this production in Edinburgh and are very excited to share it with you now!

All the details are below. I encourage you to order your tickets now! A buzz is building and interviews with playwright Paul Allman are set to run in AM NY and The Daily News. Add to that Dan Rather's heightened visibility right now and a large group of students who have already bought a block of tickets over the first two weeks, and our little theatre is filling up! Act now. Don't wait - come opening night!

Dates: October 21-November 21
Performances: Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 8pm - plus Sundays October 24 and November 21 at 8pm
Tickets: Only $15
for info: 78th Street Theatre Lab

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