Bluff City Theater hosting The Road to Retribution Gala Cabaret

Posted: May. 18, 2016 12:01 am
Bluff City Theater is proud to be hosting BCT Alumni Jason Contini and Taylor Pietz along with Nicholas J. Hearne in three performances only of a new Cabaret Show “The Road to Retribution”.
BCT audiences know Contini and Pietz from their performances as Bill Sykes (the scariest ever!) and Nancy in last season’s Oliver!
Fresh off the cinematic launch of their feature film Four Color Eulogy and the release of Pietz’s single Color Me on iTunes and Amazon, the trio are working on their next feature film, Retribution.
The gala will feature an evening of music and laughter including an exclusive performance of Color Me. All proceeds go to support the new film which will be shot in and around Northeast Missouri.
With their latest film, Retribution, a western set in 1898 that explores the differences between what is morally right versus what is legally right, they are able to take hard look at issues that seem to apply not just to the late 1890's but also to events and topics in our modern day world.
Performances are 8 p.m., Friday, May and 4 and 8 p.m., Saturday, May 21. Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for students and children. To purchase tickets, visit www.eventshannibal.com or call the Bluff City Theater box office at 573‐719‐3226.

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