Songs & Sonnets Musical Set to Open at PACA

Opening on Thursday September 12th and running through Saturday September 28th, every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, the Erie Black Box Theatre is proud to announce an original Theatrical Musical production Directed by Dan Tingley, “Songs & Sonnets by Jim Morrison”. Performances will take place at PACA, 1505 State Street, Erie, doors will open for each show at 7:30 pm, with performances beginning at 8:00 pm.

Songs & Sonnets by Jim Morrison is an original stage play/musical that celebrates not only the music of the Doors but the poetry and passion that powered their music, along with a jubilee of the times that helped to shape our today.

Songs & Sonnets by Jim Morrison features much of the popular Doors music along with many of the most unique and intense poems as created by Jim Morrison. Songs & Sonnets By Jim Morrison offers an inside look through a kaleidoscope of sensations, revealing the Man, the Music, and the Fuel that lit the Fire of the Doors.

The entire 3-week run of the show will feature after parties and receptions with many of the best local musicians and your favorite bands, along with film and other artistic presentations to be announced soon.

The entire month long cornucopia of theatre, music, art, poetry and film will not only expand your mind and enrich your senses but will also keep your toes tapping, your fingers snapping, and offer a rock n’ roll experience at full throttle warp speed to the ends of the universe.

The opening night reception will feature live Classic Rock and original music by an all-star lineup of Erie’s most talented musicians along with a cash bar.

On Thursday September 19th, get revved up for TSTMRKT coming to Erie at 10pm, immediately following the Songs & Sonnets show at PACA.

Performing to sold out audiences from coast to coast, from Las Vegas and Los Angeles to Cleveland and now Erie Pennsylvania, TSTMRKT is a live performance art piece that incorporates time, space, and a multi media collage that captivates the mind and dazzles the senses.

This tight, electronic vaudevillian show will explore the art of communication through the chaos of imagination. This touring group of Film, Theater, and sound amalgamation was created 12 years ago and has enthralled every audience member that has seen the show.

Always hilarious and astounding, and never common or ordinary, TSTMRKT is real and raw and truly a one of a kind experience of the most unique kind.

Anyone who attends the Songs & Sonnets performance that evening will be admitted to the TSTMRKT at no additional cost. Those wanting to attend the TSTMRKT show only, will be charged a $10 entry fee.

On Saturday September 28th, in an event produced by Adam Holquist, following the Songs & Sonnets performance, and for the first time in Erie Pa, the legendary progressive Alternative musician, Richard Pinhas will take the stage, offering a once in a lifetime musical experience.

Considered as one of the world’s top and most influential avant-garde electronica artists, Richard Pinhas has entertained capacity audiences throughout Europe, Japan, and the U.S. with his captivating and electrifying shows.

As a Guitarist extraordinaire and innovator, Richard Pinhas has created celebrated releases and critically acclaimed albums that have earned him the moniker as France’s “Godfather of Electronic Music”.

Please join us that evening for a night not to be forgotten, and a performance we can carry with us for a lifetime.

In addition to the plethora of art, Theatre, Poetry, Music, and entertainment, additional events within the Songs & Sonnets by Jim Morrison event will soon be announced. Please check the Facebook Event Page for new announcements and updates,

Partial proceeds from the Songs & Sonnets events will benefit both the March of Dimes & The Second Harvest Food Bank.










2 thoughts on “Songs & Sonnets Musical Set to Open at PACA

  • September 7, 2013 at 4:37 pm

    Who is producing the Jim Morrison event?

    • September 10, 2013 at 12:47 pm

      Erie Black Box Theatre

Comments are closed.

%d bloggers like this: