The Rap Guide to Evolution

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We got a special deal for our readers. If you are headed to Off-Broadway, you can get discounted tickets to The Rap Guide to Evolution. Just use discount code MARK11. Offer expires 9/5/11. Below is the information that I received from the production company:

The Rap Guide to Evolution

Written and performed by Baba Brinkman, featuring DJ Mr Simmonds

Directed by Dodd Loomis

Projections by Wendall K. Harrington

A smash hit at the Edinburgh Fringe and around the world, RAP GUIDE is a tour-de-force theatrical performance, the true definition of wow-and-now entertainment. Baba Brinkman’s provocative and fearless comedy inventions, brilliant wordplay and hilarious subversion of familiar rap themes is the most surprising and delightful doorway into the grandeur of life on earth you are likely to encounter. Don’t miss it!

“Astonishing and brilliant!” — New York Times

“Smart, funny and seriously meta!” — Time Out New York

“Dope!” — Time Out New York

“Totally original and thought-provoking!” — Time Out New York

“★ ★★ ★ !” — Time Out New York

“A total Dar-winner!” — NY Post

Location

Soho Playhouse - 15 Vandam St.

(between Varick St and 6th Avenue)

Performance Schedule

Tuesday 8pm | Wednesday 8pm | Thursday 8pm| Friday 8pm

Saturday 7pm & 9:30pm | Sunday 5pm & 7:30pm

Special Offer

$ 39 Tickets (Reg. $55)

Three easy ways to buy:

Online: Visit www.RapGuidetoEvolution.com and use code MARK11

Phone: Call 212.352.3101 and mention code MARK11

In Person: Print out a copy of this offer and visit Soho Playhouse Box Office — 15 Vandam St (between Varick St and 6th Avenue)

For more information visit www.RapGuidetoEvolution.com.

Offer expires 9/5/11. Offer is subject to availability and may be revoked at any time. Offer includes $0.75 facility fee. Blackout dates may apply. Normal service charges apply to online and phone orders. No exchanges or refunds. Not valid for prior purchases. Cannot be combined with other offers. Schedule subject to change. All sales are final.

8 Comments

This looks really good, but the two links at the bottom of the article lead to 404’s.

NCSE is offering a special discount for its members. As for Baba Brinkman, he’s terrific. I caught a brief version of the show at the World Science Festival, and he had the audience completely under his spell with his enthusiastic personality, knowledge of biology, and rapping skill.

Read about this in the new york times and been wanting to see it.

How about a Rap guide to ID?

Karen S. said:

How about a Rap guide to ID?

It would be irreducibly complex. Moreover, Dembski, Luskin, Meyer, Wells and West would say that it’s the Devil’s music and thus unworthy of ID.

A rap guide to ID?

Wouldn’t that be a bit like banging ones head into a wall?

A rap guide to ID? Wouldn’t that be a bit like banging ones head into a wall?

You just won the recording contract!

Somone left the “C” off that word.

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