Wednesday, April 30, 2014
at Nietzsche's Bar in Allentown
for our thirteenth annual May Day Presentation
we enthusiastically invite you to join us as we celebrate May Day a day
A PETE SEEGER
starting @ 7:30
Wednesday, April 30th
at Nietzsche's Bar
(248 Allen Street)
$10 at the door
(or become a member of
Subversive Theatre's 2014-2015 Season and get in free!)
live musical performances by:
Faces -Ten Cent Howl
-Phil Knoerzer -My Rap Name is Alex
and presentations by:
-Chuck Culhane (personal friend of Pete Seeger)
-Labor Historian Alex Blair on the history of May Day
and the grand unveiling of:
-Subversive Theatre's new line-up of shows for the 2014-2015 Season
For the last
twelve years now, Subversive Theatre has held special presentations to help
keep alive the radical tradition of May Day -- a labor holiday born in America
and yet America is one of the only countries in the world where May Day is not
a national holiday!
In year's past
we've presented staged readings of radical labor-oriented plays. This
year we've decide to try something a little different with a memorial concert
for recently-fallen labor folk singer Pete Seeger. We're thrilled to
welcome a long list of fantastic local bands for this event.
Our May Day event
is also the time each year where Subversive Theatre announces its new line-up
of plays for the upcoming season. So be sure to come and get the news
about all the great shows in the works for our 2014-2015 Season... and take
this chance to become a member of Subversive Theatre's new season!!!
Our PETE SEEGER
MEMORIAL CONCERT is Wednesday, April 30th starting at 7:30 at Nietzsche's
Bar at 248 Allen Street. Admission is $10... or you can get in free if
you become a member of Subversive Theatre's 2014-2015 Season.
So come celebrate
May Day a day early with Subversive Theatre and the empowering music of Pete
Seeger! Presented as part of Step-by-Step: A Season to
Celebrate Pete Seeger with the Peace Education Fund of the Western New
York Peace Center.
here to read more about our May Day Celebration Series!
here to read about the history of May Day!
information, give us a call at 716-408-0499.