October 20th, 2008


The Great Puppet Bollywood Extravaganza

Tickets are now on sale for the Great Puppet Bollywood Extravaganza! We had such a great time last year doing the Great Puppet Musical we decided to do it again, only this year instead of just doing a 2-hour improvised musical with a mixed cast of people and puppets, we’re doing it in the style of Bollywood!

What’s Bollywood? Only the largest movie industry in the world. Based in India, Bollywood movies combine nearly every genre of storyline imaginable with dancing and toe-tapping Hindi pop songs. We won’t be singing in Hindi, but we will be singing and dancing our way through a Bollywood-inspired good time!

You don’t need to know anything about Bollywood to enjoy the show. Just sit back, relax, and enjoy a world where puppets and people live together. And everyone’s still got the same damn problems, Bollywood style!

Buy your tickets now: www.un-scripted.com

Half-Off Through Halloween!

All tickets for the Great Bollywood Puppet Extravaganza bought online from now until the end of the day Halloween (that’s October 31) are just $10! That’s half off the regular adult price. Take advantage of this half price offer now, because missing it would really be scary.


(Granted, I don't know my performance dates yet...) :)

Just giving you all fair warning...

Hooray for sane thought!

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