Thursday, October 19, 2006

Another Next Big Thing: The F.W. Thomas Performances

Next week, on a Very Special Episode of the F.W. Thomas Performances...

When F.W. Thomas, struggling to find himself, falls in with a group of seemingly genial potheads, he thinks he's finally found a way to fit in. But when the fun suddenly turns to PCP, hookers, and a dead nun in the utility closet, it's up to his father (played by Jonathan Coulton, Scientific American) to face up to his anxiety about being a single father and, with the help of kindly old Coach Larrabee (played by David Rees, Get Your War On), teach F.W. an important lesson about growing up. With special guests Adam Mazmanian as the malefic cholo Turko and an uplifting performance by the Harlem Boys Choir (played by John Hodgman, The Areas of My Expertise).

Tuesday, October 24, 7pm
@The Warehouse Theatre
1017-21 7th Street NW
Take Green/Yellow to Mount Vernon Square Station
or Red to Gallery Place.

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