Paul Rudnick's Valhalla onstage in S.F. through July 16
May 20 2006 12:00 AM ET
comedy Valhalla runs Saturday, May 20, through
Sunday, July 16, at San Francisco's New Conservatory
Theatre Center, 25 Van Ness Ave. The play intertwines two
stories and two distinct heroes: 19th-century "Mad"
King Ludwig of Bavaria's attempt to build a crushingly
expensive series of storybook castles inspired by
Wagnerian operas, and James Avery, a fictional misfit gay
Texas teenager in the 1930s. For tickets and more
information, call (415) 861-8972 or visit www.NCTCSF.org.
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