Tickets to Dreamland Tonight go on sale at the Shadow Art Fair tomorrow at noon

I just got back from the Brewery, where I spent the last few hours setting up for tomorrow’s Shadow Art Fair. If all goes according to plan, the Dreamland Tonight exhibit will be pretty cool. You’ll have to stop by and check it out. We’ve made a private viewing area, complete with vintage theater seats, where people – three at a time – can sit and watch highlights from the show. And, in addition to that, we’ll be selling t-shirts, DVDs (of episodes 1 and 3), and tickets for the big 10:00 PM show. Given the size of the theater, we’ve only got a limited number of tickets to sell, so, if you want to see the show, you’d better stop by early in the day. Tickets are $10 each, and the show is for adults only. Our guests will include a local strip club manager, Found Magazine editor Davy Rothbart and the band Paper Mice from Chicago. If there are still tickets available, you can get them at the Dreamland at 9:30 PM, when the doors open.


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  1. dragon
    Posted July 9, 2010 at 11:47 pm | Permalink

    “Ooh, you know what Mark’s doing now, he’s going for the seating scarcity dollar. That’s a big dollar. A lot of people are feeling left out right now. We’ve done research – huge market. He’s doing a good thing.”

    Godammit, I’m not doing that, you scum-bags! Quit putting a godamm dollar sign on every fucking thing on this planet!

    “Ooh, the anger dollar. Huge. Huge in times of recession. Giant market, Mark’s very bright to do that.”

  2. Knox
    Posted July 15, 2010 at 8:47 am | Permalink

    Any chance we’ll ever get to see video of the show?

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