has been formed to produce exclusively works of one playwright. (Nobody objected to this usurpation, because the theater has been founded by the playwright in question.)
Although it did produce work of some other writers (mostly dead, except for Sir Peter Ustinov, who is at the moment still alive, mostly due to the fact that he never found out what we did to his play HALF WAY UP THE THREE) it quickly went back to its basic fare: THE RAKOCEVICH TRILOGY, three comedies with the same characters, same basic situation and mostly presented by the same group of actors.
In some five years of its existence, the Event Theater became popular almost exclusively among young people, high school and college students, alas mostly marginal types, loners, perverts, and deviates of all kinds. It would be interesting to find out what happened to those few dozen faithful followers of ours who came to see
WHO KILLED CAPTAIN COOK? (WHATEVER
HAPPENED TO THE RAKOCEVICH FAMILY?),
SHOOT THE PIANO PLAYER, and
GREATEST THEATER SHOW IN WORLD'S HISTORY
time and time again, bringing their friends and neighbors to prove to them that they were not exaggerating while describing our antics.
It is probably for the better that documentation about the Event Theater does not exist, except for a few photographs, a poster or two and a lot of memories. Those are, what else, very unreliable, due (needles to say) to the incredible amounts of legal and some other state-of-the-mind altering substances.