Dances with Pitchforks: Confessions of a Farmboy

Joe's Pub...at the Public Theater
425 Lafayette St, New York, NY 10003
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EXTENDED BY POPULAR DEMAND! Tuesday, August 6 at 7:30pm Sunday, August 11 at 9:30 At Don't Tell MaMa, 343 West 46th Street Monday, August 19 at 8:30pm "I urge you to check out John Flynn's hilarious cabaret act." -Michael Riedel, NY Post "If you love divas, backstage stories, gossip, dirt, and laughing till your sides ache, be sure to catch it. Those lucky enough to have seen it will talk about it for years." -David Hurst, Show Business Weekly "A riotous turn that had the audience screaming with laughter." -John Hoglund, Backstage One Bona Fide Broadway Legend, One Certified Pop Diva, And One Resentful Non-Equity Chorus Boy. In Dances with Pitchforks: Confessions of a Farmboy, 2002 MAC Award Nominee for Male Musical Comedy, John Flynn describes his experiences as non-Equity Farmboy #5 in the 1998 Paper Mill Playhouse's production of Gypsy, starring Broadway legend Betty Buckley and pop star Deborah Gibson. John shares tales of rehearsal goings-on via e-mail. And from there on out- all Hell breaks loose! It is a story of dashed hopes, fragile egos, lost innocence, and grown women in cow costumes. Written and performed by John Flynn "This man is brilliant, gay, and has very red hair - the very qualities that made Charlotte Rae a superstar in the late '70's and early '80's!" Direction by Jason O'Connell Musical Direction by Steve Lavner Choreography by Tesha Buss