Change in Season Line-up BAPTIZED TO THE BONE

NCTC is proud to announce the San Francisco premiere of Baptized to the Bone by Dave Johnson. Previews are March 27 – April 3 (Press Night is Friday, April 3rd), opens on Saturday, April 4th, and runs through May 3, 2009: Wednesdays through Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm. All performances will take place at The New Conservatory Theatre Center (Walker Theatre), located at 25 Van Ness Ave. near Market St. in San Francisco, 94102. Tickets range from $22 - $34, and are $40 for opening night. Tickets are available at the NCTC Box Office (415) 861 8972, or online at www.nctcsf.org.

In this dark comedy, a strapping young man by the name of Ottis is dying to leave Sand Hills, North Carolina and produce his "Gospel Poetry Opera" in New York. With no money and few prospects, he decides to hustle Gladys, the local preacher's wife. At first, Gladys appears an easy mark for cash, but she has artistic aspirations of her own, and her demands on Ottis soon multiply. What she doesn't know is that Ottis is also hustling her husband, the preacher. The scams deepen, complications ensue, and events take an unexpected turn. The characters learn the hard way that sometimes, deception can get you exactly what you want.

* Blind Faith author, Harry Cronin is continuing the development of Blind Faith as part of the NCTC New Plays Commissions Program. New dates TBD

The New Conservatory Theatre Center presents the San Francisco premiere of Baptized to the Bone by Dave Johnson, where three unforgettable characters in a small, southern town learn the hard way that sometimes, deception can get you exactly what you want.

Previews are March 27 – April 3 (Press Night is Friday, April 3rd), opens on Saturday, April 4th, and runs through May 3, 2009: Wednesdays through Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm.

New Conservatory Theatre Center ( Walker Theatre) located at 25 Van Ness Ave. at Market St. in San Francisco, 94102.

Tickets range from $22 - $34 and are $40 for opening night on Saturday, April 4th. Tickets are available at NCTC's Box Office (415) 861 8972, or online at www.nctcsf.org.

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