Tuesday, October 6, 2009


Apocalypse Isn’t End Of World

SAN FRANCISCO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Apparently, the Apocalypse isn’t the end of the world after all.

That’s the case with the rock opera musical How To Survive The Apocalypse, running now through October 20 at Teatro ZinZanni in San Francisco.

According to writer Erik Davis, the opera celebrates the zaniness of the underground festival known as Burning Man and “brings a slice of the experience to the world.”

Through crazy costumes, trippy tunes, and a wacky storyline involving first-time Burning Man attendees falling into the psychedelic event, Davis prepares audiences for his version of the end of times, which is a “transformation” to a more kooky, conscious existence.

Davis assures that the word Apocalypse “doesn’t mean the end of the world,” but should the Earth be about to blow up, a little song and dance couldn’t hurt.

He adds, “The Apocalypse should be filled with costumes, silliness, and exuberance.”

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