September 11 performance of Killing Buddha
KILLING BUDDHA is the original play written by Theatre Dojo founder Algernon D'Ammassa with Randy Granger. Algernon and Randy portraying two homeless storytellers who eat, pray, sing, and tell the audience an ancient story from Buddhist folklore in which a very human Buddha encounters a serial killer. The story presents a difficult moral problem about forgiveness and redemption. KILLING BUDDHA premiered at the Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival in the summer of 2015, and won the festival's "Fringe Pick" award. At its New Mexico premiere in February the Las Cruces Bulletin described KILLING BUDDHA as "a rich tapestry that is wonder and magic for the eye, the ear and the heart." They are also performing the show at the 2016 San Diego International Fringe Festival. There will be a special matinee on Sunday, September 11 at the Hillsboro Community Center at 3:00 PM. The address of the center is 316 Elenore Street. General admission is $5. For more information call 575-895-3300.