We've seen over a hundred people come through the door now in service of the idea of re-animating the Zone and I want to thank them properly in the best way I know how. By exhibiting their artwork to big houses, full of enormously entertaining people who are enthusiastic about art and performance, rowdy motherfuckers who laugh too long and scream too loud but bring the energy to a BOIL.
In short, YOU. In the front row. Putting the EEK in our weekend!
Tickets for this magnificent beast of a show are on sale now for all performances at www.FZ6D.com or head over to www.SacredFools.org and the result shall be the same. You and your fellows will have money extracted (as if by magic!) from your private pirate accounts and entry will be permitted for a short while to the riotous pleasure and exquisite pain of the Sixth Dimension.
The work over the past many weeks with our cast, our musicians, our crew, our technical staff, our designers, and our producers and gracious director has been easily the most fun and inspirational work I've done in the happiest circumstances with the greatest amount of talent gathered under one roof in my life in art. This little clown show proves to be made of the new element Operanium, and is dementedly touching while remaining terrifyingly sexy and salaciously horrible. You all have my eternal love for your devotion to art.
- Marz Richards
Monday, May 17, 2010
We are four days away from opening. Where does the time go?! It's doubly amazing for me considering that my script started out as a paper log of subtitle transcriptions for the black and white DVD release and has evolved into the living, breathing creature of wonder and chaos that we will loose upon the world in mere days. I am absolutely astounded at the amount of work that's been done on this show by the amazing cast and crew, Scott Leggett, all of the designers, and I can't thank Sacred Fools, Richard Elfman and Jack Murphy enough for giving me the chance to play in the 6th Dimension. I'm equal parts anxious and excited right this second, but that being said: I can't wait to see this thing in front of a live audience.