Theater Implied Violence on the Death of Pike/Pine
posted by November 13 at 10:52 AMon
It’s not official yet, but the good folks at Implied Violence have sent us advance word of a new “huge and extremely guerilla” show called the status of the name you miss, love, and search for has now become ambigious and remote.
It will begin at “promptly at 1:30 am” on December first on the roof of a building near the soon-to-be-demolished Kincora/Pony/Bus Stop block:
There will be 333 free tickets that will get you into the building and 66 tickets costing 10 bells that will allow you on the roof.
I think it will be a really cool really beautiful event, considering most of the people participating were/are still actual residents of the building.
Implied Violence, which claims Gertrude Stein and Wu Tang Clan as its primary influences, makes spectacular work. They’re threatening to move to Berlin sometime in the near future, so your chances to see them are dwindling.
Some photos from their recent performance in the barns and fields at Smoke Farm:
Getting the 66 rooftop tickets will be a slightly cloak and dagger affair that involves going to a certain crepe stand at a certain time on a certain day—IV says it’s “trying to avoid the problems of the Bridge Motel“—but more about that when the show is official.