Comic-Con 2012: 'Repo!' Director Bringing 'Devil's Carnival' to Comic-Con
Darren Bousman's horror musical will be screened for one night only in San Diego.
Darren Bousman’s horror musical The Devil's Carnival is heading to San Diego for Comic-Con.
Bousman, who directed Repo! The Genetic Opera as well as a trio of Saw films, and his collaborator Terrance Zdunich are bringing the musical and multimedia event to the oceanside city for the Comic-Con crowd for a one-night-only screening at 11:59 p.m. July 13 at the Gaslamp Theatre, at 701 5th Ave.
The event also will serve as a kickoff for a new 22-city tour.
While the show is not part of the official Comic-Con programming, it lines up perfectly with the type of fan that made Carnival’s first tour a hit and turned Repo! from a box-office flop to a cult hit on the midnight circuit.
The carnival-atmosphere show combines the hourlong Carnival film with burlesque and live performances, a costume contest, unseen footage from Repo! and a Q&A with Bousman and Zdunich.
Devil's Carnival castmembers also make appearances; the San Diego show will include Alexa Vega, Emilie Autumn and Marc Senter.
Here are the post-San Diego tour dates for Devil's Carnival:
July 19: Jersey City, N.J.
July 20: Hartford, Conn.
July 21: Boston
July 22: Montreal
July 24: New Orleans
July 25: Jackson, Miss.
July 26: Memphis
July 27: Tulsa, Okla.
July 28: Springfield, Mo.
July 30: St. Louis, Mo.
July 31: Indianapolis
Aug. 1: Columbus, Ohio
Aug. 2: Cleveland
Aug. 3: Jackson, Miss.
Aug. 4: Madison, Wis.
Aug. 5: Minneapolis
Aug. 7: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Aug. 9: Boise, Idaho
Aug. 10: Reno, Nev.
Aug. 11: San Francisco
Aug. 12: San Luis Obispo, Calif.
Tickets and information can be found at TheDevilsCarnival.com.
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