Saturday, May 31st in NYC, come to Wit’s End™ for the final celebration of Marxfest, the 100th Anniversary of the Marx Brothers with the music of Gelber and Manning!
Come in your finest jazz age, Marx Brothers, or vintage inpired attire to celebrate in style with live hot jazz and specialty cocktails in an authentic 1920s speakeasy (Texas Guinan’s Club Intime, now at Flute Midtown, 205 W. 54th Street at Broadway)!
A Night At Wit’s End is the culmination of events all through May with Marxfest (Marxfest.com) and as always our co-sponsor is the Dorothy Parker Society (dorothyparker.com), the drinking club with a book problem.
Our lovely hostess is burlesque showgirl Kita St Cyr! (kitastcyr.com)
Dress code: Jacket and tie, vintage or vintage-inspired, Jazz Age, evening wear, cocktail attire, seasonal! 1920s, 30s and 40s vintage is encouraged! And tonight…Marx Brothers!
Just $12 at the door!
Table reservations are available and encouraged; telephone Flute Midtown reservation line at 212.265.5169 to reserve a table. Flute Midtown has a $50 minimum per person for table reservations, so have lots of champagne, and the food is great, too! (Specialty cocktails are available at the bar.)
Doors open at 8pm
Free dance lesson at 8:30 with Jeri Lynn and Neal!
Advance ticket sales are at
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And please check out the rest of the events at Marxfest.com