7th, 8th, 9th Nov: The Story of Jim Morrison & Pam Courson
The life and the love of "The Doors" lead singer will be staged at the Underdog Art Gallery.
There was once a little house in the middle of L.A. That house was in "Love Street". Jim Morrison and Pamela Courson, his "cosmic mate", lived there for years. The years when everything was changing. They were living their extreme love day by day while he was climbing the ladder of success.
In the year of the 50th anniversary of the debut of The Doors with Elektra Records, Greg Fitch and the Livia Berté will give their interpretation of Jim and Pamela's love story in this unreleased new play that will be staged on the 7th, 8th and 9th of November at The Underdog Art Gallery at 8;00 P.M. The tragic love story of Jim Morrison & Pam Courson will not only focus on the life of the lead singer of The Doors, but also on his romantic, troubled love story with Pamela Susan.
Many writers have spoken about the unbelievable life of "The Lizard King" singer and of the band, that in the 70's broke all the rules of music and law, but this play takes a fresh and unexplored point of view. The story that Jim had with his red-head Fairy Queen is not well document. We explore a part of this story that makes Jim more human. It influenced him in the same drastic way shamanism did and came to a tragic, romantic ending that needs to be remembered.
Love, shamanism and life on the edge: those are the three basic ingredients of this exciting and captivating new play.
Charles Warner as Jim Morrison. Livia Berté as Pam Courson. Director, Greg Fitch.
Eight other actors will make the “70’s” alive again: Emma Read as Mirandi; Benito Marlay as Ray Manzareck; Greg Fitch as Bill Siddons; Cheryl Prince as Patricia Kennealy; Sara Laratro as Nico; Robert Bingham as John Densmore; Jack Coleby as Robby Krieger; Sarah Evans as the Journalist.
After the show the Underdog will host a70’s party with music, drinks and psychedelic lights. The audience are very welcome to stay after the show and enjoy the free and empowering atmosphere of the hippie days.
Movements by: Cheryl Prince
Photography by Alessandra Fraissinet and Valerio Lettieri.
Graphic design by Francis Wu.
Produced by: Erato Production.
Early bird tickets on Eventbrite for £10. Tickets will also be available at the door for £12.50. Seats are limited so it's highly recommended to buy the tickets in advance.
Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the beginning of the play.
For more information please call: 07762526840 / 020274037837 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org