05.08.2004

Marx in Soho

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Date/Time: 08/05/2004 12:00 am


Dear friends,
This email has been sent to you to announce the
next performance of Howard Zinn’s remarkable play
“Marx in Soho.”
Marx in Soho
Saturday, May 8, 2004
7 pm
Broadway Presbyterian Church
601 West 114th Street
New York City
Tickets available at the door
$10 Regular, $15 Solidarity
Doors open at 6:30 pm.
The premise of the play is simple: what if Karl
Marx were allowed to come back and see the world
today? What would he say?
Howard Zinn answered this question with a
hilarious one-man play that has been greeted by
sell-out crowds and rave reviews across the
country.
The play stars actor Brian Jones, who has been
touring the play around the country. Jones
recently lent his voice to the audio recording of
Noam Chomsky’s new book Hegemony or Survival. He
is an activist in New York and a member of the
International Socialist Organization.

Praise for Marx in Soho:
“Engaging and charismatic”
?–Washington Post
“Whatever your leanings, it’s hard not to come
out of this show stirred and stimulated”
–San Francisco Bay Guardian
Visit http://www.marxinsoho.com for background on the play.
THE STORY OF THE MARX IN SOHO TOUR is told in
issue #23 of the International Socialist Review,
available in bookstores across the country, and
online at

http://www.isreview.org/issues/23/marx_in_soho.shtml.

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