Nosedive Productions Presents
Nosedive's Red-Ribbon Gala
A Benefit To Raise Money For Sick Theatre Awareness
Sick theatre is everywhere in this city. Unfortunately, so few people know about it, or know where to experience it.
In order to combat this tragic ignorance of sick theatre, Nosedive Productions is hosting a Red-Ribbon Gala at the Bowery Poetry Club on Saturday, March 5, to open people's eyes to plays of dubious morality.
Tickets are $20 at the door. Proceeds go towards financing our 11th season, which includes the remounted production of its NYIT Award-nominated Infectious Opportunity, a play about a man faking having HIV to boost his career by James Comtois and directed by Pete Boisvert.
For this Gala, 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
Music by Dye Violets
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
Saturday, March 5th at 8 p.m.!
At the Bowery Poetry Club on 308 Bowery in NYC
(Between Bleeker and East Houston streets)
6 train to Bleeker St.
B D F M to Broadway-Lafayette
Doors at 7:30 p.m., Show at 8 p.m.
Labels: fundraising, Nosedive Productions, of interest