WHAT: A&F Production of "The Big Dzienkowski"
WHERE: The Scottish Rite Theatre at 207 W. 18th Street (at the intersection of 18th Street and Lavaca)
WHEN: Friday, March 3 (7 p.m.), Saturday, March 4 (2 p.m. and 7 p.m.) and Sunday, March 5 (3 p.m.)
ADMISSION: Evening tickets are $12, matinee are $10. Tickets can be purchased in the Susman Godfrey Atrium at UT Law during the week of Feb. 27-March 3. After that date, any remaining tickets can be reserved by emailing email@example.com, or at the door.
AUSTIN, Texas — Assault & Flattery students at The University of Texas School of Law will present “The Big Dzienkowski,” an entirely student-run musical, from Friday, March 3, through Sunday, March 5at the Scottish Rite Theatre at the intersection of 18th Street and Lavaca. The show starts at 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday evening; matinees are at 2 p.m. on Saturday and 3 p.m. on Sunday.
Tickets cost $10 and $12 and will be on sale in the Susman Godfrey Atrium at UT Law during the week of Feb. 27-March 3. After that date, any remaining tickets can be reserved by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or at the door.
"The Big Dzienkowski" is about an unpaid TLF pledge that leads to the confusion of two men, both named John Dzienkowski: one, the Dude, a lazy 4L, the other, the John S. Redditt Professor of State and Local Government. When TLF loansharks look to collect the pledge from the wrong Dzienkowski, the Dude is forced to survive a feminist vixen, his worthless friends, goose-stepping rhinelanders, a Gunner empowered by a stolen holy hornbook, and a library investigator hot on the trail of the selfsame book. In the end, it might all just make sense.
Assault & Flattery (A&F) is one of the largest student organizations at the Law School and its productions are a UT tradition. Each spring, A&F presents the school's annual musical comedy revue. Usually based on a popular film or Broadway musical, the show embraces and satirizes all aspects of the legal professions--students, faculty members, and the law itself. The production is written, directed, designed, and choreographed by law students and features live performances by student and faculty actors, singers, dancers, and musicians.
Assault & Flattery: http://www.utexas.edu/law/orgs/assault/
2005 Assault & Flattery Musical: http://www.utexas.edu/law/news/2005/021705_issuespotting.html