John Epperson

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04/22/2003

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Thursday, April 24, 2003, 7:30 p.m.

JOHN EPPERSON: SHOW TRASH is moving up in the world! For one night only, the performance David Finkle of “Backstage” says is “a funny, often touching autobiographical revue,” will play at the posh boite Joe’s Pub in The Public Theater, 425 Lafayette Street in New York City.

JOHN EPPERSON: SHOW TRASH musically and anecdotally follows the oddball career of John Epperson — The Artist Principally Known as Lypsinka — as Epperson plays the Joe’s Pub piano and sings of a life that spans from a tiny town in Mississippi to American Ballet Theatre, from firetraps in the East Village to the runways of Paris, from the corporate boardrooms of Hollywood to his birthday, April 24, 2003! Special lyrics by Tom Orr; Directed by Barry Kleinbort.

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