Flea Theatre Season Will Kick Off with America Lovesexdeath

News   Flea Theatre Season Will Kick Off with America Lovesexdeath America Lovesexdeath — created and performed by Billy The Mime — will launch The Flea Theater's 2007-2008 season.

Performances will begin Aug. 23, and the show will open Sept. 6 for a limited engagement through Sept. 29.

In America Lovesexdeath, Billy The Mime will "tackle controversial subject matter with such routines as 'JFK JR. We Hardly Knew Ye,' 'Close To Her: Karen Carpenter,' 'Slave!,' 'World War II,' 'Thomas & Sally: A Night at Monticello,' 'The Priest and The Altar Boy,' 'The Abortion,' 'Terry Schiavo, Adieu,' 'A Night in San Francisco - 1979,' 'A Day Called 9/11,' 'Kurt Cobain: Why?,' 'Christopher Reeve: A Super Man,' 'Love & Death: OJ and Nicole,' 'A Night with Jeffrey Dahmer' and 'Virginia Tech 4/16/07.'"

Featured in the documentary "The Aristocrats," Billy has also been seen on stage in the 2006 New York Fringe Festival, the 2006 Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival and The Upright Citizens Brigade Theater (in Los Angeles and New York).

The design team for America Lovesexdeath features Kyle Chepulis (set), Brian Aldous (lighting), Eleni J. Christou (costume) and David Prittie (graphic).

Tickets to America Lovesexdeath at the Flea Theater, 41 White Street (between Church and Broadway), are available by calling (212) 352-3101. For more information visit theflea.org.

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