New WSB sponsor: Twelfth Night Productions’ “Bullshot Crummond”

Post-election and pre-(potential) weathermania, are you ready for some laughs? We’re welcoming a new sponsor – Twelfth Night Productions, opening “Bullshot Crummond” tomorrow night at Youngstown Arts Center. Here’s the official announcement: “Before there was Austin Powers, before there was James Bond, there was … Bullshot Crummond! International man of action! … well … British man of action! … well … he certainly is British. Twelfth Night Productions presents Bullshot Crummond, a parody of the British pulp hero Bulldog Drummond, written by Ron House, Diz White, John Neville-Andrews, Alan Shearman, and Derek Cunningham. Bullshot Crummond was before James Bond and before special effects, providing much of the fun in this hilarious send up of 1930s low budget “B” action movies. The action opens with Teutonic villain Otto von Brunno and his evil mistress Lenya as they crash their plane in the English countryside and kidnap Professor Fenton, who has discovered a formula for making synthetic diamonds. Bullshot Crummond is called to the rescue and hilarity insues. Come see Bullshot Crummond as he saves the world one blunder at a time. Bullshot Crummond runs for a special two-week engagement at the Youngstown Cultural Arts Center (map) in West Seattle, formerly historic Cooper School. Showtimes are: November 7, 8, 14, 15 at 7:30 PM, and November 9, 16 matinees at 3 PM. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for students & seniors, and are available through Brown Paper Tickets ( and at the Youngstown theater box office one hour before showtime on performance days.” We wish the Twelfth Night Productions crew a jolly good run for “Bullshot Crummond,” and thank them for sponsoring WSB to get out the word; the complete current list of sponsors is on this page along with info on how to join them!

1 Reply to "New WSB sponsor: Twelfth Night Productions' "Bullshot Crummond""

  • linda November 10, 2008 (5:27 pm)

    Twelfth Night Productions offers community theater at its best, and Bullshot Crummond is no exception. Everybody on and off-stage seems to be having such a good time, and that’s part of the magic. This is a funny play — even the sets and props are funny. But the best part has got to be the performances. Bullshot is so well cast… Weird to think that such able actors are the same folks who might be my cashier at the grocery store… Travis Pavey and Sarah Peterson are stand-outs! (And no, I am not the parent of either) Sarah got some of the biggest laughs with the smallest of gestures, while Travis as Salvatore Scalicio was BRILLIANT! If you need a laugh (and who doesn’t) – check this out!

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