BFL Theatre Company is proud to present Hard Core Logo: Live - A Punk-Ass Play taking place in Toronto on March 9-26, at The Cave above Lee's Palace.
January 28, 2017
BFL Theatre Company is proud to present Hard Core Logo: Live - A Punk-Ass Play taking place in Toronto on March 9-26, at The Cave above Lee’s Palace.
Hard Core Logo: Live is the story of defunct Vancouver punk band, Hard Core Logo, reuniting to hit the road for one last glorious tour across Canada. As buried conflicts from the band’s glory days resurface, the audience is whisked along through cramped back rooms, malodorous dive bars, and dingy roadside rest stops right to the shocking finale of their larger-than-life story.
Part play, part punk show, Hard Core Logo: Live takes the stage upstairs in The Cave at Toronto’s legendary music venue Lee’s Palace, March 9 - 26, 2017, directed by award winning Canadian theatre artist Ron Jenkins, staring Ben Rispin, Andrew Flemming, Michael Dufeys, Thomas Scott and Jennifer Walls.
Hard Core Logo: Live is adapted for the stage by Michael Scholar Jr. from the acclaimed 1996 “rockumentary” film directed by Bruce McDonald with screenplay written by Noel S. Baker, and the cult novel written by Michael Turner that inspired it. This production also contains new songs written by Vancouver punk troubadour Joe “Shithead” Kiethley of still-living legends D.O.A., with lyrics by Michael Turner.
Tickets and show details are available at www.hardcorelogolive.com
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