John Cantwell as Love Connie in FADE 2 CONNIE: The Roxy Files! Tribute to Roxy Music & Bryan Ferry - Tickets Selling Fast! April 15-17 & 22-24, 2016 - Cavern Club Celebrity Theater


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The team that brought you last year’s FADE TO CONNIE (”a triumphant tribute to ’70’s cinema” - Huffington Post) is back with an all new show (funded by a successful Kickstarter campaign) called FADE 2 CONNIE: THE ROXY FILES, a tribute to legendary art rock glam band, Roxy Music, and their leader, Bryan Ferry.

The show - a mult-media dance comedy piece with no dialogue - plays as MTV-styled music video vignettes mashed with a selection of provocative films including BODY DOUBLE, WILD AT HEART, HALLOWEEN, TOMMY, BLADERUNNER, BLOOD & BLACK LACE & SHOWGIRLS. Taking on the persona of Roxy Music “siren” is LOVE CONNIE, show creator and star John Cantwell’s flash-dancing alter-ego who is brought to life by the voice of “God” (Bryan Ferry).

Like last year’s show, it features a sound & video, mult-media backdrop of film, art and video imagery edited by Zig Gron, choreography by Robin Carrigan, costume design by Miguel Jose Barragan and stage direction by Jim Fall.

Catch the buzz, because on April 15th, Love Connie IS the drug!

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