“Offensive, fascinating, hilarious and surprisingly sublime outrage of a show.” – The Troupe Theatre Blog
“…a chaotic giant mind-freak that is near impossible to explain.” – Denver Theatre Examiner
The Ten Buddhist Tales is a sweeping exploration of humanity’s struggle against the cruel absurdity of life, and our potential for salvation. Also, sausage.
A thrill-seeking Guru enlists the help of the Bearded Lady and her deranged theatre troupe to expand Buddhism for a western audience. As the Guru wallows deliciously deeper into their psychoses, the theatre freaks attain their own epiphanies, and find their ducks. Eschewing character development, plot, and sense, the Ten Buddhist Tales is unlike any other show you’ve ever seen in Denver.
Actors wear pants most of the time.
The world premiere is scheduled for Friday the 13th of March 2009, at Denver’s Bug Theatre.
The show runs from 3/13 to 4/5:
8pm performances on Fridays and Saturdays.
2pm performances on Sundays 3/29 and 4/5.
Tickets are $10 for the general public, $20 for charitable Catholics. Free for Bhutanese prostitutes.
Please go to http://www.bugtheatre.org or call the BugLine at (303) 477-9984 for details, reservations and a calendar of performances. The Bug is located at 3654 Navajo Street, Denver, CO 80211.