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Epiphany Theater Reprises Shows by Popular Demand

Nov. 4, 2004 – By popular demand, Epiphany Theater will present an encore performance of its late summer productions "Temporarily Humboldt County" and the Nick Danger detective drama "Cut 'em Off At the Past."
The performance runs Dec. 3 at Mongoose Junction shopping center in the spot where Mongoose Junction Restaurant previously operated. The show begins at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets run $15 and are available at the door.
The shows were originally done by the Firesign Theater, a late-1960s radio group that often spoofed 1940s radio detective shows. As did the original productions, Epiphany Theater incorporates special effects, convoluted plots and narration.
"Temporarily Humboldt County" is a short history of an American Indian's search for the "true white brother" promised to him by the "great spirit."
"Cut 'em Off At the Past" is episode number 666 in the film noir detective Nick Danger series.
The characters are portrayed by Epiphany Theater cast members Carole DeSenne, Michael Beason, Ruthellen Mulberg, Jeff Crokin, Ted Scheer, James Julien, Sandy Stein and Paul Devine.
For more information or to volunteer with Epiphany Theater, call DeSenne at 643-4838.

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