Making the Magic

Here’s some photos of Brian making some props for the show:

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What could it be? Come to “A Message from a Dying Soldier” at the Hollywood Fringe Festival to find out!

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One Week Away!!!!

We are getting super excited! “A Message from a Dying Soldier” is opening in just one week! Brian has been busy spray painting these water jugs to create a lego-style flag. Rabbits 2 U does its best to bring you Eco-Friendly Theatre by reusing items for props and supporting the local Goodwill for costumes. Pics to come soon! In the meantime, check out our new flier:

A Message from a Dying Soldier

And don’t forget to get your tickets at http://www.hollywoodfringe.org/projects/1393.

Student and Veteran discounts available. Message me for details.

Hollywood Fringe Countdown

FREAK-30

FREAK-30 (Photo credit: Hollywood Fringe)

Hollywood, CAA Message from a Dying Soldier is a non-partisan look at politics, politicians, and anyone who remembers voting for change, performed by Brian Allman. This provocative piece was inspired by Tomas Young’s letter to George Bush & Dick Cheney on the 10th Anniversary of the Iraq War. A soldier in Iraq, Young was paralyzed in an insurgent ambush in Sadir City in 2004. He is currently living under hospice care in Kansas City, MO.

Young’s final letter condemns the Bush administration for severely botching the Iraq War, asking for the prosecution of President Bush and Vice-President Cheney for “war crimes, plunder, and finally, murder, the murder of thousands of young Americans, [Young’s] fellow veterans, whose futures [Bush & Cheney] stole.”

A one-man performance in the 2013 Hollywood Fringe Festival, A Message from a Dying Soldier raises some jarring questions about the current state of American and global politics.

It is a piece bound to raise some conservative eyebrows, but don’t expect only right wing bashing. Brian Allman and his upstart production company, Rabbits 2 U, deftly critique a wide range of Washington D.C. hypocrisies. As a graduate from UCLA’s MFA program in Theatre, Film & Television, and as a College Instructor, Allman wrote this show to remind the American people that we do not, in fact, live in a 2-party system. We have other choices.

The show is a variety act performance, drawing not only upon Tomas Young’s powerful letter but also upon an assortment of other related issues. It mixes together raw, character driven acting, improvisation, dark humor and performance art. Regardless of your political leanings, it will leave you curious and wanting more.

Info and Tix: http://www.hollywoodfringe.org/projects/1393

Meet Your Congress

Wanna put a face to Congress? Check this out:

http://www.opencongress.org/roll_call/all

And for some quick insight into the diversity represented in our political hot seats, scroll through the Senators list until you get to the only non-Caucasian person in the mix, Republican Senator Tim Scott from South Carolina.

Yes, that’s right. There is only 1 person in our US Senate right now that ISN’T white.

Welcome to the land of freedom and equality.

I Want MORE, Uncle Sam

I Want MORE, Uncle Sam (Photo credit: KAZVorpal)

Rabbits to You!

The Museum of Jurassic Technology

The Museum of Jurassic Technology (Photo credit: ellenm1)

Tired of making shadow puppets on the wall all by yourself? You could always try poetry:

Look, they are there, pinned to the wall

The only way out is to say Rabbits to you

Hare hare hare

This is an excerpt from fantasy blogger Lauren’s poem based on her experience visiting the Museum of Jurassic Technology in Culver City.

You can check our her blog at: http://www.fictionpress.com/s/2478672/1/Rabbits_to_You_Exhibit

And if you haven’t been to the Museum of Jurassic Technology, then best get to it. Be sure to enjoy the Russian Tea Room.