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February 03 2010

Dr Horrible production at Wesleyan University. It's running from the 11th to the 13th of this month and tickets are free. So if you live in Connecticut or thereabouts, why not pop along?

If you didn't know already, Joss went to Wesleyan.
Also if you don't have a Facebook account, the relevant details are as follows:

Wesleyan University's student theatre company, Second Stage, is putting on a performance of Dr. Horrible's Singalong Blog. It goes up on the 11th-13th of February at 7pm and 9pm on the 11th and 12th, and 2pm and 7pm on the 13th. Tickets are free, you must pick them up from the Box Office at the campus center, Usdan, on Wyllys Avenue on the day of the performance. We cordially invite any fans in the Connecticut area to come and watch it. It looks to be pretty awesome, the van is NOT a remote controlled car, there's a live band and a different Evil League of Evil (costume considerations).

Where: '92 Patricelli Theatre, College Row (High Street), Wesleyan University, Middletown CT
When: 11 Feb, 12 Feb at 7pm and 9pm, 13 Feb at 2pm and 7pm.

Please email me at if you are interested in coming just so we know how many people there will be and can try to reserve tickets.

Wondered when someone would spot this was happening.
Figures this would happen after I move FROM CT. I used to live 10 minutes from Wesleyan. I told all my still in CT friends about it, though.
Live band? Coolness... I want to hear Dr. H live! Live music always feels different to me, I'd love to hear OMWF live, as well.

I visited Wesleyan this summer. All I could think about was: Joss was here! I felt like such a stalker, plus that is not a good enough reason to want to go to college there. My tour guide informed us that they had all of the seasons of Buffy in the library like it was a bad thing! (My lil geeky heart was kind of disappointed she didn't think that was awesome.)
Still waiting on a response from TPTB about whether or not I can do a UK based production of Dr Horrible with a youth theatre group. Emailed a few times since the show itself came out but had no responses. Anyone have any new details to contact?

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