Preview Performance of AssassiNation: "We Killed Kennedy" Rock Opera at the Bowery Poetry Club

It was not a conspiracy, but a coincidence, that several groups decided to assassinate President Kennedy on the same day, at the same time and in the same place. That's the theory behind AssassiNation: We Killed Kennedy, a rock opera playing at the Bowery Poetry Club (http://www.bowerypoetry.com) at 308 Bowery on Aug. 19. Doors open at 8 p.m.

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(PRWEB) August 20, 2003

NEW YORK -- It was not a conspiracy, but a coincidence, that several groups decided to assassinate President Kennedy on the same day, at the same time and in the same place.

That's the theory behind AssassiNation: We Killed Kennedy,a rock opera playing at the Bowery Poetry Club (http://www.bowerypoetry.com) at 308 Bowery on Aug. 19. Doors open at 8 p.m.

Death of the Party will perform the music by former Vampyr Theatre writer Tony Sokol, along with special guests: burlesque diva and public access TV host The Goddess Miss Kitty, playing Marilyn Monroe and choreographing special dance numbers; Cathy G of the band Public Animal and Sandra Grace of Sister Sez.

And it's all part of a larger show headlined by the Star People, who will present a sci-fi multimedia rock opera experience. Other acts include: a Frank Sinatra tribute by Jesse Posa; GoGo Girls featuring Miss Kitty and Polly Peabody and mistresses of ceremonies Miss Mary A and Editrix Abby.

If you only see two rock operas this week, make them AssassiNation and Star People.

For more information on Death of the Party go to their web site: http://echoillustrations.com/DOTP/ANWKK.html, or join their yahoo group, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/jfkillers.

Death of the Party are:

Joe Bohmer: keyboards and vocals

Rob DeGeorge: guitar and vocals

Amanda Droste: vocals

Stephanie Streisand: saxophone and vocals

Richard Haviland: drums

Tony Sokol: vocals, bass, guitar

Dancers: Caitlin Moore and Kelly Carlson

CONTACT: Tina Colombo of Sangue Ettola Productions, 212-726-1821 or 201-229-1153, or (email) vampyr@cybernex.net.


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