Published November 14th, 2018
Time Travel at Town Hall Theatre
By Pippa Fisher
Photo Rupert Coles
Town Hall Theatre went back in time Nov. 3 at the Sun King's concert celebrating 50 years since the release of the Beatles' White Album.
Concertgoers came dressed as characters from the album. From left: Paul Walton as Bungalow Bill, Mimi Petrlich and Colin Ganter as Blackbirds (both honorable mentions), Jay Lifson as Mother Nature's son and Kathy Doyle as Mother Nature (third place), Paul and Chelsea Rustigan as John and Yoko (grand prize winners), contest judge Brad Gillis from the band Night Ranger as a policeman and event organizer Tom Stack as the Maharishi. Not pictured in second place was Matt Chaney dressed as Rocky Raccoon and in fourth place were eight concertgoers dressed identically as a "murder of blackbirds."
Stack says this was Town Hall's greatest reach show. "Every winner was from Lamorinda, but we had guests from Placerville, Glen Ellen, Oakley, Richmond, Greenbrae, Palo Alto, Dublin, Castro Valley, Alameda, SF, and Fremont."
- P. Fisher

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