WILLY NILLY: A MUSICAL EXPLOITATION OF THE
MOST FAR-OUT CULT MURDERS
OF THE PSYCHEDELIC ERA

Genre: Musical
Written by Trav S.D., Directed by Jeff Lewonczyk

Charles Manson meets Mad Magazine in this tasteless rock’n’roll spoof about a filthy faux-Messiah, his cult of wanton women, and high Hollywood murder. With a raucous score, gratuitous nudity, acid freakouts, excessive gore, cruel stereotypes and slapstick misogyny, consider this fictionalized musical satire the anti-Hair.


About the Company: Piper McKenzie

Piper McKenzie (pipermckenzie.com) has been a fixture of the downtown and Brooklyn scenes since being founded by Hope Cartelli and Jeff Lewonczyk in 1998. Called "brazenly experimental, unapologetically populist, and surprisingly endearing" by IndieTheater.org, Piper McKenzie creates mock-epic movement theater and kinetic plays/musicals at the intersection of physicality, comedy and mythology (both pop-culture and historical).  Recent shows include the Fight Fest success Craven Monkey and the Mountain of Fury; the 2009 FringeNYC hit Willy Nilly: A Musical Exploitation of the Most Far-Out Cult Murders of the Psychedelic Era; the NYITA-nominated The Granduncle Quadrilogy: Tales from the Land of Ice; the popular serial Lady Cryptozoologist at the Vampire Cowboys Saloon, and the celebrated Bizarre Science Fantasy dance-theater series, whose most popular installment, Macbeth Without Words, was a standout of 2007's Pretentious Festival at The Brick.

Open:   08/14/09
Close:   08/29/09

Schedule:
Fri 8/14 at 5pm
Sun 8/16 at 8:30pm
Fri 8/21 at 11pm
Sat 8/22 at 4:45pm
Sat 8/29 at 8pm
Theater:   New Dixon Place
Address:   161 Chrystie St.
New York, NY 10012
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Cost:$15
Buy Tickets Online or Call: Ticketweb at 866.468.7619
Company: Piper McKenzie         Official Web Site: www.pipermckenzie.com