New York City
This unique Indie music scored production offers one of the most haunting and developed soundtrack from a New York show in recent years. The surreal story takes place in Elbowville on the elbow of carpenter Ragnar Agarsson. Deal with the ups and downs of this small community in this indie rock epic.
Date: 9/5 – 9/27
Admission: $78 – $108
Trivia, debates, documentaries, and discussions abound at the the First Annual Brooklyn Brain Jam. Nerd out for a straight six hours with Big Quiz Thing, Nerd Nite, Kevin Geeks Out, and The Story Collider. The Bell house is happy to host what will be come a Brooklyn staple.
The early 1900’s were always Madison Square Parks favorite years – it told me so. Come celebrate the big 200 with all of NYC in pure vintage style. Play old-timey classics like hopscotch, badmitton, and jump rope, and be entertained by the dance stylings of the Commonwealth Vintage Dancers.
Chris Tucker has been cutting up his whole life. From simple class clown, to comedic film star, to a comedy tour for the ages, Mr. Tucker never ceases to disappoint. His comedy is comprised of stories from childhood, being in the film industry, and of course plenty of relationship advice.
Admission: $39.75 – $70.75
Grab your favorite pole, that new Zebco reel you’ve been wanting to use, and some bobbers and head to San Francisco’s waterfront. You can fish at multiple piers including Pier 7, Fisherman’s Wharf Piers 39 – 45, Fort Point Pier, and so many more. Enjoy one of life’s simple pleasures. No license necessary.
Mashup is a collaboration between 6 artists. The artists were taken to an area and asked to paint a section of the area on a 30×30 canvas. The pieces were then “mashed” together to make one picture. The dissonance and cohesiveness from painting to painting is truly exciting and interesting.
Date:9/6 – 9/27
This comic folk duo write songs about things happening in their always entertaining lives. Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci, UCB Alums and YouTube sensations, bring their ukulele/guitar/songwriting skills to the Windy City. The live tour is in conjunction with their new show on IFC.
Bacon is as American as the Constitution. Celebrate those most delicious meat with Bacon lovers from all over the Midwest. Hickory, Maple, Jalapeno, Dry Cured bacon. Gouda Bacon Mac n Cheese, Cajun Bacon wrapped Shrimp, Smoked Bacon Chili, Bacon Caramel Corn. Bring your Bean-o.
Admission:$65 general admission, $95 VIP
Follow Maxine as she nears the end of her life and tries to avoid the cunning ways of her daughter and Nurse Tina who are trying to do her in before the estate tax on her house goes up. This play takes a look at greed, family values, and the ability to be manipulated by what you feel is “right”.
Date: 9/5 – 9/12
Admission: $40 – $45