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Mr. Potatohead at Jean Cocteau

Those of you in Santa Fe and Albuquerque, come join me tonight at the Jean Cocteau (418 Montezuma) for our first live performance.

We want the Cocteau to offer more than just films.  In the months and years to come, we will also showcase author readings and interviews and signings, magic, comedy, and... live music.  And tonight will be our first concert.  The Jean Cocteau Cinema was a Santa Fe icon, so to help us launch its second life, we're featuring two other iconic local performers -- Gregg Turner, late of the Angry Samoans, and the Wolf Boy himself, Stephen W. Terrell, performing selections from the Pandemonium Jukebox.

The show starts at 9 pm.  Admission only $5.  We do not, alas, have our liquor license yet (though we're working on it)... but we will have plenty of pizza, popcorn, pastries, soft drinks to accompany the music.

And for those whose mommies let them stay out late, after Turner and Terrell we have our midnight show (which actually starts at 11pm), V/H/S 2.

((The midnight movie is a separate admission)).

See you at the show.


Sep. 8th, 2013 09:34 am (UTC)
Hah! I was wondering only this very morning how the theatre was doing, and lo! there is an update when I check LJ! Congratulations on your first live performance, and may there be many more to come!
Sep. 8th, 2013 04:23 pm (UTC)
Mr. Martin, google for 'Game of Thrones' Slogans Give NFL Logos Fierce New Look. Can't post the link here because of the spam settings, but I guess you'll like them! :-)
Sep. 8th, 2013 06:12 pm (UTC)
Mr. Potatohead
Hehe, that's great. I own a Mr. Potatohead myself. And of course a Mrs. Potatohead.
Dear Mr. Martin. I am really desperate. My mother died not too long ago and Game of Thrones is the only thing that is able to cheer me up and brighten my life. I am from germany and 15 years old, so please forgive me if my english is not that good. It makes me tremendously sad, as I live so far away from the whole Game of Thrones process. I would really, really love to be a part of it, if I could at least visit you and the set. I hope you actually get to see my message and I would be the luckiest person in the world if you would respond.
Please Mr. Martin, this means really much to me.


Sean Hall
Sep. 8th, 2013 06:39 pm (UTC)
Buying tickets online
I was just wondering if the Jean Cocteau has any future plans for allowing people to buy tickets for shows online. For popular shows, the laziness and convenience factor of getting online tickets is always a plus.
Sep. 8th, 2013 06:52 pm (UTC)
Re: Buying tickets online
Our website is still under construction, but once it is fully up and running, you should be able to buy tickets there.

I thought that feature was working, however. Is that wrong?
Sean Hall
Sep. 9th, 2013 07:25 am (UTC)
Re: Buying tickets online
You're right, it works...I was just clicking the wrong button. I was apparently clicking the 'ticket prices' button, which just has general ticket information, directly underneath the 'buy tickets' button on the homepage.
Sep. 8th, 2013 08:55 pm (UTC)
Hope you weren't out too late
Dear GRRM:
Hope you weren't out so late that you missed the Jets game.

What a GAME!!

I am trying to turn you into a GENO fan like most of West Virginia.



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