The Devil's Carnival!

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The Devil's Carnival!

Post by Circe on Fri Mar 30, 2012 3:29 am

If the title caught your eye, there's a damn good reason for it! How many of us are fans of horror in here? The answer is many and a lot. How many others are fans of shows like "Repo! The Genetic Opera"? I'm hoping the list is equally as long as those who like horror in general. Well, good news for you! The creators of "Repo! The Genetic Opera" are proud to present their latest creation, "The Devil's Carnival", a twisted tale about three lost souls who find themselves trapped in Hell, doomed to relive their sins again and again. Wrapped around the framework of Aesop's Fables, "The Devil's Carnival" will take you on a journey of discovery as you ride along with each poor soul and discover what it was they did in life that caused them to fall so very far, and maybe learn a lesson or two along the way.

Despite a budget that is more out of pocket than not, "The Devil's Carnival" boasts a star studded cast of rock stars and familiar faces. If you can't spot a name you recognize from this list of dynamos then you've been living in a cave somewhere the rest of us don't want to go. Take a gander at the greats Terrance Zdunich and Darren Lynn Bousman managed to snag!

Victoriandustrial rocker Emilie Autumn
Dayton Callie (Sons Of Anarchy, Deadwood)
M. Shawn "Clown" Crahan (of the Grammy award winning, cult metal giants Slipknot)
Briana Evigan (Step Up 2)
Sean Patrick Flanery (The Boondock Saints)
Maggie "Captain Maggots" Lally and The Blessed Contessa (of The Bloody Crumpets)
J LaRose (Insidious)
Jessica Lowndes (90210)
Mighty Mike Murga (of Mini Kiss)
Internet star Hannah Minx
Ivan Moody (of the chart-topping heavy metal band Five Finger Death Punch)
Marc Senter (The Lost)
And Repo! alumni:
Paul Sorvino (Goodfellas)
Bill Moseley (The Devil's Rejects)
Ogre (of the legendary industrial band Skinny Puppy)
Alexa Vega (Spy Kids), and Zdunich himself as Lucifer.

And if THAT wasn't enough to pull you in, how about eleven and a half minutes of Emilie Autumn in little more than a corset and stockings?

Do I have your attention now? Good. Because what I tell you next should get your own stockings in a twist of excitement!

A la "Repo!", "The Devil's Carnival" will be touring the country to premier the show in "Repo!"-ready venues from April 5th to May 11th. Each show will feature a music video produced by fans from within the region of the show-stop covering the recently released song In All My Dreams I Drown, as well as a Q&A session (all unscripted, of course!), deleted and behind the stage scenes from "Repo! The Genetic Opera", and the long awaited screening of "The Devil's Carnival" in full! Ticket prices range between:
1. SINNERS - $20.00 (Gets you a ticket to the show.)
2. CARNIES - $30.00 (Ticket to the show, and a pre-signed poster.)
3. RINGMASTERS - $40.00 (VIP Experience: Ticket to the show, pre-signed poster, and meet and greet!)
(plus tax)

Here's the sad part, folks. Hold on to your comically large hankies and get ready for a great big nose-blow.

The Devil needs your help. Many of the tour stops planned are NOT selling their tickets the way our Dark Lord commanded. Hell (haha) lots of them still have Ringmaster tickets available, and when you're talking $40 for a guaranteed meeting with Terrance, Darren, and the stars of the show who make it to that stop, how can you pass that up?! Really, I am completely baffled as to how Dallas, El Paso, Des Moines, Salt Lake City, Denver, Boston, Toledo, Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Richmond, Charlotte, Orlando, and Tucson could NOT have sold out theatres packed to the rafters with stow-aways sneaking in to participate in what will be an unforgettable combination of live performance and the art of storytelling in its purest form.

If you or anyone you know is interested in attending, ESPECIALLY if you live in or near the cities listed above, scuttle your buttles over to The Devil's Tour to book your tickets now! Do not wait and let this opportunity pass you by! Terrance himself has said that he would love to see "The Devil's Carnival" turned into a full on series, all touring the country with a diabolically vaudevillian approach to Aesop's Fables, but that will only ever be a dream if we, the fans, don't rally together and make sure our money makes it into his hands (because, let's face it, can we really trust Darren with our cold hard cash?) to see more of his perfectly demonic creations come to life!

Head on over to TheDevil' Get involved. Make yourself a carnie poster and join the fans in the chat rooms and forums.

You can't help but fall ...

The Devil's Carnival

Join date : 2012-02-28

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