Serious Theatre Collective presents the world premiere of The Apocalypse of John as part of the 16th annual New York International Fringe Festiva l- Fringe NYC, August 10th – 26th.
Written collaboratively by Serious Theatre Collective, The Apocalypse of John is an absurd look at coming to terms with your worst fears. And zombies. Underscoring, live music, and soundscape by Andrew Hollis and Ricardo Delgado, led by Ari Kessler. Props, sets, masks, and puppets by Philadelphia based visual artists Ursula and Norm Stuby.
John Darrian, a struggling advertising associate, finds himself battling six archetypal Armageddons including alien invasions, zombies, and the devil himself in a dark comedy about the tragic end of all life on Earth.
Serious Theatre Collective is a group of playwrights, actors, musicians, and artists who strive to make original, high-quality, affordable theater that is accessible, remarkably entertaining, surprising and fun.
The Apocalypse of John: A comedy about the end of all life on Earth runs approximately 95 minutes at Fringe Venue #10: Players Theatre 115 MacDougal St. (@ Minetta Lane), according to the following schedue: Saturday, August 11th, curtain 5pm; Tuesday August 14th, curtain 9:30pm; Friday August 17th, curtain 9:30pm; Sunday August 19th, curtain 12:00pm; and Tuesday August 21st, curtain 4:30pm.
Tickets are $15 - $18. To purchase, visit www.FringeNYC.org. For more about the company, visit www.theserioustheatrecollective.com or find them on Facebook.
Photo credit: Morgan Shortell