Tuesday, March 9th at the Brick: Nosedive's 10th Anniversary Gala
Nosedive Productions Presents
A Fundraising Variety Show & Party a Decade in the Making
Yes. It has indeed happened. Nosedive Productions, that theatre company that has brought you plays featuring nervous boys, superhero ladies, monkey puppets, and brain-eatings, has turned 10 years old this year.
We're just as shocked as you are.
In honor of Nosedive turning 10, the company is kicking off its 10th anniversary season with a fundraising gala event (which is a fancy way of saying "variety show and party where you drink all you want") at the Brick Theater on Tuesday, March 9.
Tickets are $20 at the door. Proceeds go towards financing our 10th anniversary flagship production, The Little One, a new vampire saga by James Comtois and directed by Pete Boisvert.
In addition to drinking heavily and waxing nostalgic, Nosedive has rounded up some of its crazy-talented pals over the years to offer an evening of socializing and variety acts, including:
New Short Works By
A Short Film By Bryan Enk
The Epic Poetry Stylings of Brian Silliman
Burlesque by the lovely and libido-inspiring Mme. Renee Rosebud
And (as the kids say) MORE!
Hosted by Bastard Keith
Tuesday, March 9th at 8 p.m.!
At the Brick Theater on 575 Metropolitan Ave. in Williamsburg, Brooklyn
(Between Lorimer Street and Union Ave.)
G L trains to Lorimer Street/Metropolitan Ave.
Doors at 7:30 p.m., Show at 8 p.m., Party thereafter
$20, All You Can Drink