Gone Fission, or Alternative Power

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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

When an out-of-work Account Executive takes a survival job as a Census Taker, he visits a fish restaurant. A hurricane transforms the place to a Louisiana Bayou, where Father Neptune is conducting a summit with the creatures of the sea. Our hero's job is to count, but he also listens. He learns that animals are people, too; they are just like the gay couple in 3E, the single mom in 5D, the gang member in 6A, the illlegal immigrant family in 4B and Lady Gaga in the Lobby. He sees that the human race is an important part of the Animal Kingdom and learns "dissenting" notions he would have considered fishy, like offshore drilling is disgraceful and that you shouldn't dig for coal by lopping off the top of a mountain. He even learns there are alternative lifestyles to world domination and empire building. MULTIPLE VENUES Saturday, July 31st TNC 155 First Avenue New York City, NY Sunday, August 1st Jackie Robinson Park W. 147th Street & Bradhurst Avenue New York City, NY Saturday, August 7th St. Mary's Park 147th St. & St. Ann's Ave New York City, NY Sunday, August 8th Herbert Von King Park Marcy & Tompkins New York City, NY Friday, August 13th Coney Island Boardwalk W. 10th St New York City, NY Saturday, August 14th Tompkins Square Park E. 7th St and Ave. A New York City, NY Sunday, August 15th Central Park Bandshell 72nd Street Crosswalk New York City, NY Saturday, August 21st Prospect Park Concert Grove New York City, NY Sunday, August 22nd Travers Park 34th Ave between 77th & 78th Streets New York City, NY Saturday, August 28th Wise Towers W. 90th St between Columbus & Amsterdam New York City, NY Sunday, August 29th Washington Square Park New York City, NY Saturday, September 11th Sobel Court & Bowen Street New York City, NY Sunday, September 12th St. Marks Church E. 10th St at 2nd Ave New York City, NY

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