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A loving family is lost on the way to their paradise vacation. With nowhere left to turn, they stop at a small house in the middle of the unspecified, yet harsh desert, where they are met by Torgo, the keeper of the Master’s House. As the family slowly realizes the danger, they try to devise an escape, but the forces of evil prevent them from leaving the house. As Torgo struggles between his loyalty to his master, and his love for the beautiful Margaret, The Master awakens. The climax? You have to see it to believe it.
MANOS: ROCK OPERA OF FATE is being heralded as the next Rent. It will stun you. Shock you. It will make you cry, it will make you think. It will make you fear. You’ll fall in love, then lose that love, then fall in love again with someone new, all in an hour. See MANOS: ROCK OPERA OF FATE, and see theatre how it was meant to be.
MANOS: ROCK OPERA OF FATE is playing Friday and Saturday nights, at 10:30 pm, September 28 through November 3 2007. All performances are at National Pastime Theatre, 4139 N Broadway between Montrose and Irving Park. Tickets are $15 dollars and can be purchased online through the NMTC website, www.nmtchicago.org