Eric Rubin Brings The Troubadour's Mustache to Redwood City in August

Eric Rubin Brings The Troubadour's Mustache to Redwood City in AugustBeginning in the summer of 2017 Dragon Theatre will be open late on select Friday nights to showcase some up and coming local talents and help make downtown Redwood City the peninsula's premiere destination for entertainment.

Admission for these shows is $17 in advance or $20 at the door and each ticket includes one beverage to enjoy during the show.

All shows are aged 21+. Doors open at 10-ish (if there's a show beforehand it might be closer to 10:15p) and shows start at 10:30p.

This series is sponsored in part by the Redwood City Civic Cultural Commission.

We kicked off the series in July with "Michael Riley and Friends: A Night of Serious Comedy." We're following up this successful kick off with Michael's opener, Eric Rubin. Eric is bringing his new show, The Troubadour's Mustache: A One-Man Musical Comedy to downtown Redwood City in August. The show was written by Eric Rubin and was directed by Dan Griffiths.

Cue the music. A pouty Spanish troubadour needs, no DEMANDS, all of your attention. What follows is a fusion of looped sounds, beatbox, hip hop/freestyle, storytelling, improv, metal guitar riffs and Eric's awkward bird-like dancing.

In 2014, Eric waved bye-bye to the bureaucratic monotony of Washington, DC and embarked on a journey that would become the GREATEST journey ever journeyed upon. He created deep pools of sweat in a Burmese monastery. He chased that experience with a heaping glass of hedonism at the Thai paradise "The Sanctuary," where liver cleanses and acid tabs are consumed interchangeably. He fell for a Danish ice queen, an Austrian shamaness, and an especially cold bowl of coconut ice cream.

What happens when you unwind your personal narrative at 35? The voice of doubt, confusion, regret, and siren songs of lives we might have lived grow strong. Eric will strive to reassemble the puzzle pieces and slay the voices beneath the stage lights. Odd, yes. Strange, sure. Groundless, Maybe. Somehow universal? ...I'll get back to you...

"I don't understand WHAT this is? What's wrong with him? Is he 'all there?'" -Concerned audience member.

ABOUT ERIC RUBIN: As seen on SF Sketchfest, Tourettes without Regrettes, Sac Comedy Fest, Speechless Live, Pianofight, and more, Eric Rubin produces original works blending clown, musical comedy and storytelling. He has toured his work to three continents and has also used theater as a tool for youth empowerment and social change in schools, prisons, and with Colombian refugees in Latin America. You can learn more about Eric on his website http://ericrubin.net.

WHEN: Friday, August 18th. Doors open at around 10p, show starts at 10:30p.

WHERE: The Dragon Theatre in downtown Redwood City?

2120 Broadway Street at the intersection of Broadway and Theatre Way

HOW MUCH: $17 in advance, $20 at the door. Every ticket includes one beverage from the concessions bar. If you buy your tickets with Airswimming, the Dragon Theatre's current play, you can save $5 on the late night ticket price.

CONTACTING THE BOX OFFICE: Leave a voicemail at 650-493-2006 x 2 and your call will be returned within 2 business days. If you'd rather email, contact Josiah at tickets@dragonproductions.net. The Dragon Box Office is not staffed 7 days a week so there might be a delay in response. Buying tickets online at http://www.dragonproductions.net is the very best way to reserve a ticket in advance, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

TIX & MORE INFO: https://www.dragonproductions.net/activities/latenight.html


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