"I am bullet stopping building crashing weapon," sings Adam Stone in his song Steel. "I don't feel anger panic envy or aggression, yes I could fly and could withstand the fires of hell."
Yes, Stone has formed his own theater production company, Screw Tooth, but he also sings. And at 8 p.m. this Saturday, September 21, you can watch him perform Ice Cream Bloodbath at Buntport Theater, 717 Lipan Street. Stone's company is working with Buntport, and this is a benefit for Screw Tooth.
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"It's going to be a killer night and a lot of fun," says Stone, "with a dance party all around the space and also on the set of Some Kind of Fun." That's Screw Tooth's inaugural show at Buntport that just wrapped up.
Joining Stone in hosting duties will be Andrew Novick, whose most recent work, Blood Lustre, involved photographing people in their own blood. At this event, Novick will present GetYourGoing, a mystery PowerPoint presentation.
Stone will also be performing his solo music project The Indestructible North, a brutal, theatrical mix of Freddie Mercury-like vocals paired with music ranging from rock ballad to to electronic beats. He unites these sounds with hypnotizing dance moves, and adorns his body in "various homemade edible paints and blood, ink, and more," he says. So what starts off as a plain white T-shirt ends up as a blood-soaked face mask.
And, of course, there will be ice cream -- from Sweet Action, which mean vegan options will be available.
A $10 donation gets you in the door, or you can donate to Screw Tooth's KickStarter campaign and get in for free.
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