Friday, October 5, 2012

CRUMBLE running this weekend only at the Darkhorse Theatre

The Darkhorse Theatre is a venue that gets little recognition among Nashville's thriving art scene, and this blog is just as guilty. I was notified by a friendly neighbor about a quirky show at the Darkhorse that is running this weekend only. It opened last night and continues through Sunday.

Details on the performance can be found below:

The Sideshow Project @ Actors Bridge will open the regional premier of Sheila Callaghan's CRUMBLE (Lay Me Down, Justin Timberlake) tomorrow. CRUMBLE is a quirky little piece about a family recovering from a calamity and their relationship to their anthropomorphized, murderous apartment.

The weekend event features nightly celebrity costume contests, dance-offs and video-karaoke. Select scenes and videos featuring Justin Timberlake and Harrison Ford, both characters in the play, (including “Sexy Back,” SNL’s “D**k in a Box,” Indiana Jones and The Temple of Doom, and Star Wars) will be projected on the big screen.

The audience team that best performs their own interpretation of the muted clip will be crowned as nightly winners. Prizes for best costume and top video-karaoke team include tickets to see Rufus Wainwright with Ingrid Michaelson and The Temper Trap.

Tickets are $15, or $10 if you come dressed as a celebrity! Go to to purchase.

Contact info
Jessika Malone | | 615-460-5503

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