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On Sunday, Ray is scheduled to attend his theatrical production of "The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit." Attending with Ray will be his dear friends Donn Albright and Jon Eller. Good time to get some things double or triple signed. Wink

www.plays411.com/raybradbury

(If you do plan to attend be aware that traffic is going to be a nightmare due to a U2 concert at the Rose Bowl.)


John King Tarpinian
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Here is a Ray related event. This Thursday, October 22nd at 7:00 p.m. Tim Hamilton will be giving a talk and signing at the Santa Barbara Central Library, 40 E. Anapamu Street.

I cannot seem to post a .pdf file so please go to www.sbplibrary.org/sbreads or call 805.564.5604 for more information.

I guess I should add for those of you that have no idea who he is...Tim is the illustrator of the F451 graphic novel.

I've attached the flyer as a .jpg

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And another mention in today's Los Angeles Times:

http://www.latimes.com/enterta...ct18,0,7959937.story


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Attached is the artwork that will be unveiled today at 4:00 p.m. at Every Picture Tells A Story. (www.everypicture.com) The print was done by Ray in 1948 and was in the collection of F4E. Every Picture also has limited editions of Ray's two Halloween Tree pictures.

This will be followed by a showing of Something Wicked This Way Comes, at the Aero theatre, which is across the street from the art exhibit.

It is predicted to be a cool 74 degrees Fahrenheit today in Santa Monica so be sure to bring a sweater.


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On Thursday November 5th Ray is scheduled to be in Laguna Beach for the opening night performance of Merry Christmas 2116. This is a MUSICAL folks. Originally written for Elsa Lanchester and Charles Laughton.

For more information:
http://www.gallimaufry.info/nowshowing_bradbury.html

For ticket ordering: https://www.vendini.com/ticket...63d36fe2eea124&t=tix

This play will also be on stage at the Fremont Centre Theatre the first three weeks of December.


John King Tarpinian
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Good grief! Just when I thought I knew about every work Bradbury had ever created, up pops something that had completely passed me by!

The weblink jkt posted gives an explanation of the origin of this musical, and a bizarre history it is.

Thanks, jkt, for bringing this to our attention.


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What a shame the original James Whale sets could not be found...


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jkt,

The Gallimaufry link lists "Book & Lyrics by RAY BRADBURY".

Where might that be found?

Thank You, BT
 
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Originally posted by Brother Tarkas:
jkt,

The Gallimaufry link lists "Book & Lyrics by RAY BRADBURY".

Where might that be found?

Thank You, BT

Ray's filing cabinet...

To be honest, I won't have the answer for a few weeks and they probably won't be available commercially. (when they say book in the theatre they do not mean a reading book)


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Spend Halloween with Ray. As tradition dictates, Ray will be at So. Cal's oldest and largest independent bookshop at 12 noon for a signing.
http://www.vromansbookstore.com/ray-brabury


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I hope to see a few of your OC members at the premiere of Merry Christmas 2116 Thursday night:

http://www.gallimaufry.info/nowshowing_bradbury.html


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I will make it there to Laguna Beach for the play, but not tomorrow.

By the way, THE BOOKMAN, in the city of Orange, is now said to be the largest used bookshop in Southern California. Owners David Hess and Paul Bonaventure pack the 8,000 square foot space with nearly all used books, tho some new ones have been trickling in lately.
 
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Originally posted by libRArY:
I will make it there to Laguna Beach for the play, but not tomorrow.

By the way, THE BOOKMAN, in the city of Orange, is now said to be the largest used bookshop in Southern California. Owners David Hess and Paul Bonaventure pack the 8,000 square foot space with nearly all used books, tho some new ones have been trickling in lately.

If you can make it tonight you'll be with Ray. What better incentive is there than that?


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Here is the flyer for the December production of Merry Christmas 2116, in South Pasadena. This production differs from the Laguna production in that on all three Saturday night's Ray will be taking the stage for a talk plus there will be a reception afterwards.


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This coming Saturday is the closing night for The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit. Everybody in attendance is invited to attend the cast party that follows. Of even greater import, Mr. B is scheduled to be in attendance.

www.plays411.com/raybradbury


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