L O V R C H Y - S H L O M

So far we know of only three theatrical story-telling attempts on the subject of Ammon:

One Man Revolution
the life and times
of Ammon Hennacy, Christian Anarchist

Saints & Heroes...
Alexander Berkman, Judith Malina, Dorothy Day, Julian Beck, Joan Thomas,

Welfare Clients, Bums, Winos, Union Men, Wobblies, Professors, Trusties, Innocent Bystanders

BEER THEATER: Ed Key, Bob Marion, Bruce McLean, Dana Gordon, Llwyd deVoid, Paul Ray, Sunshine Turtle

Composers... Joe Hill, Utah Phillips

Capitalists & Running Dogs...
A Warden, A Taxman, A Judge, cops, Cops, COPS!

Come to an old-fashioned hootenanny to honor a man who spent his entire life picketing against War, Taxes, Atom Bombs, the Death Penalty and Bureaucrats.

It is Hennacy who said: "Laws are useless. Good people don't need them and bad people won't obey them."

(THIS SHOW WAS @ FUSION DANCE--Below the Bagel Deli; March 9, 10, 11 & 16, 17, 18
Fridays & Saturdays @ 8:00pm
Sunday Matinees @ 2:00pm

This piece was an anarchistic collaboration between Llwyd Watson, Bob Marion, Bruce McLean, Edd Key, Dana Gordon & Paul Ray in Seattle on the life of Ammon. This educational dramatic piece for the small stage about Ammon was performed during Seattle's Fringe Fest, March 8th to 17th 2001. The dates for the performance of The One-Man Revolution were March 9th, 10th, 11, 16th, 17th, & 18th, 2001.

All screenings for A Peace of the Anarchy, are cancelled--it's only a rough draft anyway! Then Lovarchy-Shalom Productions closed shop on Trinity Day 2005. During that first year of distribution, Lovarchy-Shalom Producers were unable to strike a deal with Fox News over the Fox Movietone Newsreel from 1957 (the only known footage of Ammon Hennacy in motion). Folks from Pitzer College stepped in and funded the final $700 demanded by Fox, so A Peace of the Anarchy continues to be a legal flick viewable in the USA until 2015 a.d.