Friday, August 28, 2009

Flyer for Son Raymond's show in San Francisco!


Off-Market Theaters and its managing companies, Combined Artform and PianoFight, are proud to announce the launch of San Francisco’s newest venue for solo performances, Stage 205 at Off-Market, which will feature the Bay Area’s longest-ever running solo show, Brian Copeland’s Not A Genuine Black Man, the world premiere run of Jennifer Jajeh’s I Heart Hamas, and debueting in San Francisco after a critically acclaimed run in Los Angeles, Raymond Shurtz’s “Bohemian Cowboy” kicking off the weekend on Friday, September 11, 2009 at 8:00pm.

All Shows at and presented by

965 Mission Street ,
San Francisco CA 94103 .

Parking near Metreon at 5th and Mission Powell MUNI/BART.

Tickets online at or (800)838-3006


Bohemian Cowboy
Raymond King Shurtz

9/11, 9/12, 9/18 @ 8pm & 9/19 @ 9:30pm - $15

In November of 2005, Raymond Dean Shurtz walked into the desert in Clark County, Nevada, The Valley of Fire, and simply disappeared.

For two years, Nevada detectives, Nevada Search and Rescue, psychics, private detectives, and family and friends, searched for his body. Mr. Shurtz has never been found.

A honky-tonk singer, a cowboy, a carpenter, and a traveler of mythic proportions, the senior Mr. Shurtz left an array of mysteries as a "disappearing specialist".

In an attempt to unravel these mysteries, his son writes and performs the legacy his father left him, using the same characteristics as his father, the original "disappearing specialist" and "bohemian cowboy".

LA Weekly – Pick of the Week

“Under the sensitive direction of Kurt Brungardt, Shurtz’s drama functions as both intensely personal family legacy and surreal picaresque." - LA Times

Bohemian Cowboy: or 800-838-3006.


sober white women said...

If I lived near there I would so go! I think this is so cool.

DB said...

Fascinating. I wished him success in San Francisco.

DB said...

So would I! I loved the picture of them all playing in Salt Gulch.
This one is a year of creating memories that can be projected.


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