Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Tetrafusion and Gilbert & Sullivan Society? Progressive rock quartet performs their new album with reading by Gilbert & Sullivan Society at LSUS Black Box Theater on Sat, Sept 25, 8 pm

Tetrafusion, progressive rock
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Imagine a concert of original music by progressive rock band Tetrafusion from their upcoming album 'Altered State' alongside a reading of a short story based on W.S. Gilbert's 'The Hooligan.' Not what you expected from Tetrafusion or from the G & S.

Presented by The Gilbert & Sullivan Society of Northwest Louisiana, says John Goddard, this free performance is offered on Saturday, September 25, 2010 at 8:00 PM at the Black Box Theatre in Bronson Hall on the campus of LSU-S.

"The Hooligan" is Sullivan's last written work. It takes a dark and cynical look at the life of a man condemned by his circumstances, says Goddard.

Free admission / Donations accepted

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