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 Post subject: Vampire Nutcracker
PostPosted: Wed Dec 10, 2003 6:31 pm 
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And I thought I had heard and seen it all

Pferdzwackur's Vampire Nutcracker
Baltimore Sun

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Watch out for the Vampire Nutcracker!
Baltimore Theatre Project
45 W. Preston St., Baltimore, Md

This is the story of a brother and sister who become Vampire-Victimized and must fight back. The sister is bitten by a vampire and goes nuts; the brother has to cure her vampire fever.
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What will it be next year? Zorro Nutcracker?


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 10, 2003 11:52 pm 
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Yes. All he has to do is rotate the Z that he slashes on someone's chest, and it becomes an N.


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 Post subject: Re: Vampire Nutcracker
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that was SHARP, djb!

and i do like Zorro idea - something to give more intensity to that mush scene of fight with bats


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 Post subject: Re: Vampire Nutcracker
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Silliness takes bite out of 'Vampire Nutcracker'
A dash of voodoo, elixirs in production By J. Wynn Rousuck
Sun Theater Critic
Originally published December 17, 2003

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In case the nonsense title with its unpronounceable first word wasn't sufficient warning, along came a box containing: a red-and-gold tinsel garland; a small round metal canister labeled "Simulacrum" and, in turn, containing a pink rubber "Voodoo Man" with a smiley face, two rubber balls with smiley faces, red tinsel and three pages of literature about the Voodoo Man (product specifications, a warning, etc.).

The box arrived at the office a few weeks ago. Its contents were promotional material for the current show at the Theatre Project, a rambling, unfocused hodgepodge titled Pferdzwackur's Vampire Nutcracker and produced in cooperation with Towson University's graduate theater program.
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