Wit’s End will return in 2013 with one of the hottest jazz acts around: The Hot Sardines. The date is Saturday, Jan. 26. The place is Flute Midtown, 205 W. 54th Street (at Broadway)
In the meantime…
Hey, New Yorkers and friends of Club Wit’s End!
Our fellow promoter, Thirsty Girl Productions, is producing a holiday show in Manhattan December 22nd. It features a performance from another friend of Wit’s End, Lee Chappell (and the rest of the cast is pretty amazing, too)! We offer a special deal for Wit’s End patrons: code for $5 discount: Thirsty
The Saint at Large, Thirsty Girl and Benjamin Ickies present:
A NIGHTMARE BEFORE XMAS
Halloween Makes a Comeback!
11 PM Saturday, December 22
at (le) Poisson Rouge
The Deviant KAYVON ZAND as MC
DJs HONEY DIJON and SEAN TEMPLAR
Performances by JOEY ARIAS, JOHN KELLY, LEE CHAPPELL & DAVID SLONE with BENJAMIN ICKIES accompanied by THIS AMBITIOUS ORCHESTRA
Choreography by ALLISON JONES (The Metropolitan Opera)
Burlesque by BOO BOO DARLIN & AURORA BLACK
Go Go and surprises provided by
THE LOVE SHOW & The Puppeteers’ Cooperative
Bring a mask if you want to save face.
$25 in advance, $35 at the door
Le Poisson Rouge
158 Bleecker, NYC
$25 in advance, $35 day of party
***Special code for $5 discount: Thirsty
The terrible Sandy Claws blew through New York, stealing Halloween in the dead of night. But the residents of Halloween Town have struck back, occupying Christmas Town to run their own Noel from Hell.
A once wholesome neighborhood with candy-cane striped street posts and cotton candy colored signs, Christmas Town has been vandalized by skeletal reindeer and zombie elves preparing for their depraved version of Yuletide. Sandy Claws invites you to sit on his lap and confess your deepest desires – but is that the real Sandy? Tied in a sack behind him, someone seems to be struggling to escape his gift bag. Overseeing the deviancy is the Master of Ceremonies who goes by Kayvon Zand but acts like the Mayor of Mayhem. Around the looted tree, a demonic symphony (This Ambitious Orchestra led by Benjamin Ickies) strikes a minor chord for the ghoulish carolers who sing hellions selections from Nightmare Before Christmas and other dark holiday songs. Half-naked young imps (ladies of ill Repute and their boy toys) dance for your licentious entertainment ending in a pitch Black Mass and a dance floor hypnotized by DJ Honey Dijon. Bring a mask if you want to save face.