Date: June 22nd 2012

Hello lovelies,

Whee, Mermaid Parade time, one of our most favorite days of the year! It's like everyone's glittery Birthday all rolled into one glorious day. We'll be out there, flyers for the afterparty in hand, and we'll see you at our loft after. If you don't follow us on Facebook or Twitter, you missed the announcement this week: Hungry March Band is going to celebrate their 15th(!!!) Anniversary with us at the afterparty!

Two more bits of news:
- Next Swing House is Sat, July 21. Lineup & website info TK, but we'll be kick off the ticket giveaways on Twitter as soon as we reach 2,980 followers. - G&S is doing a Kickstarter! We've put in six months of work and tens of thousands of dollars into our new space, but now we need YOUR help to get to the next stage of the project. As we're putting the campaign together, we're looking for unique & unusual rewards from our community of art, music, circus and event makers: ideas, experiences, art, gifts, etc. Donors will of course get perks as much as backers. Please let us know if you may want to contribute to our fundraising this way.


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Sea-creature Stomp

Saturday, June 23, 7:30pm - 3:30am
Must RSVP for Gowanus, BK address [you know by now, right?], $10 RSVP: FB:

A Mermaid Parade afterparty in our new loft & on our cozy roof. Live music & DJs, cheap drinks, ice cream.

  • 8pm: Sour Mash Hug Band: veterans of the west coast circus, ragtime, vaudeville, jug punk, and gypsy scenes, these musicians throw their eclectic influences into a thick hobo stew and cook it til it's hot
  • 9pm: Noah and the MegaFauna: a 10-piece stirring amalgamation of dark indie folk, swinging gypsy jazz and big band orchestration threaded together by a series of apocalyptic allegories.
  • 10pm: Emperor Norton's Stationary Marching Band combines the rich musical history of the circus and the vagabond peoples of Europe with the raw energy of cacophony and the irreverence and fun of today's Vaudeville.
  • 11pm: Hungry March Band: celebrating their 15th anniversary at this party, HMB is the classic Brooklyn-Balkan brass ensemble.
  • Later: DJs & dancing, until our mermaid tails fall off.

From Coney Island to Gowanus: B/D/N/Q to Atlantic-Pacific or transfer to R to Union St


Gemini & Scorpio

Swing House
Vintage/remix speakeasy dance party: "Gatsby-era fun with a twist of new-school vibe" (Village Voice)

At our new loft - must RSVP for Gowanus, BK address Sat, July 21, 9pm-late / dance class 9:30pm, 21+ $15 & theme dress required until 12am / $10 after for electro-swing dance party

Details & RSVP TK to Twitter: (win free tickets)

A classic speakeasy party in a secret Brooklyn loft, with live swingin' sounds by vintage jazz bands, blazing burlesque divas, exotic cocktails, and the best electro-swing DJs remixing and reinventing vintage grooves late into the night.

The Jazz Age never ended, it just got funky. Dress accordingly: "An event worth wearing that ridiculous zoot suit for." - TimeOut NY; "Corsets and top hats tweaked with studs and leather are totally appropriate." - The New York Times. Suggestions: vintage (1920s-1940s) with a modern twist, cabaret, burlesque, Weimar Berlin, classic Hollywood, classy, sassy, tailored, hats, feathers, sequins, beads. Effort required. Dress code modern-friendly after 1am for the electro-swing dance party.

Twitter ticket giveaway: for every 20 new followers (starting at 2,980), we'll give away a pair of tickets to one lucky winner, from now until 7/20.


EVENT: Compendium: Technics
A performance micro-conference. The Compendium invites artists to research their relationships with technology, technicalities, and technics. Artists across disciplines manipulate, access, and utilize objects and systems, interacting with technics that are present in performance situations, both as part of the technicalities of presentation, and as instruments, tools, devices, visibility and amplification aids, and as part of documentation, methodological means, and aesthetic and political vehicles. - Fri: Artists will perform in the CPR spaces in the absence of colloquially-defined “technology,” sans electricity, sans amplification, stripping the work of technology, and sometimes of "technique" (if possible?). Audiences must be present in the space to experience the work. Documentation will consist of written descriptions. - Sat: Artists will have access to CPR's “cutting edge” technological array, including multiple projectors, sound system, and lighting grid, and may bring in their own technological devices, set-ups, and mechanisms. Audiences may view streamed performances from computers all over the world and performances will be documented on digital video. A round-table discussion on Sat at 4pm will allow us to reflect on the collective research performed, involving the artists from the project and including other voices in live performance. (Fri: 6pm-10pm / Sat: 3pm-10pm, Center for Performance Research, 361 Manhattan Ave, Bushwick, BK, Sugg don $5-15)

FILM/PARTY: Party at the Moon Tower School's out, you're Dazed and Confused, and we know you're ready to join us for the party up at the Moon Tower. For the next movie night, we're rolling the clock back to high school graduation 1976, and we're taking in the classic that we know was stuck in your VHS player when you were a kid. Swing on by to check out the scene, snag some craft cans from the trunk of a classic car, and settle back for the film. Tickets include a screening of Dazed and Confused, midnight munchies, popcorn, a pint of Six Point in a craft can or a glass of wine, and a rad event complete with classic cars, upperclassmen, some paddles, giveaways from Golden Age of the Music Video, $3 drinks all night long, and a real life Moon Tower. (Fri/Sat, Windmill Studios NYC, 287 Kent Avenue, W'burg, BK, 8pm doors/ 9pm film, $22 / presale avail, 21+)

DANCE: From Ashes A belly dance performance about transformation, liberation, and renewed life through the initial step into the darkness. Dancers: Renee Renata Bergan, Victoria Dominguez, Lauren Caspar, Karla Garcia, Irina Komarovskaya, Lauren Robbiani, Dhyana Dance, Maria Estefania Vaz Ferreira. Artistic Director: Irina Komarovskaya. (Fri/Sat, Flamboyan Theater at CSV Cultural and Educational Center, 107 Suffolk Street, New York, NY 10002, 8pm, $20)

ART/VARIETY: The Bilo Tree
A three-day pop-up art gallery/performance space featuring a local art & design showcase, live music, cold drinks, free seminar classes and more. Any creative individual looking for inspiration is welcome and invited. (Fri-Sun, T.A.P.S., 672 Driggs Ave, W'burg, FREE/$10 sugg don)


EVENT: Dances of Vice Rockabilly Night Market
Come enjoy an unforgettable evening in the spirit of rockabilly. Featuring live music by Eddie Clendening & the Blue Ribbon Boys and Rockabilly Express, a vintage car show, a performance by the fire eating pinup queen Marlo Marquise, DJ sets by DJ SEI of Rebel Night and DJ Devon Levins of Morricone Youth, and food galore. Don't forget to get your photo taken at the pinup photobooth. Dress to impress. (Dekalb Market, 138 Willoughby Street, Brooklyn, 6pm - 1am, Group of 6 $10 / $15)

CIRCUS: The Gowanus Circus Fire manipulators, blockheads, aerialists, and contortionists come together for a spectacular evening of circus arts, live music, and art. Musicians: Matt Dallow, Yoni Benshlomo, Fabio Columbo. Performers: Alfie Bunz Ring Master, Erinina Marie Ness Static Trapeze, Stevie Tosh Fire Hoop/Poi, Megrez R. Mosher Contortion/ Acro / Vertical silks, Roman Nadolishny Vertical silks/ Acro, Marcus Anthony, Noah From Brooklyn Fire Manipulation. (Gowanus Ballroom, 55 9th street #61, Gowanus, 7:30-11pm, $10, all ages)

MUSIC: Not Waving But Drowning / Jaggery
Boston-based Jaggery joins NWBD for a special evening. Jaggery: “Torture chamber pop.” “Darkwave jazz.” “Siren rock.” These are a few of the many attempts to describe the sound of Jaggery, an art-rock ...collective which weaves harp, viola, piano, contrabass, and drum kit into a universe of its own, setting the scene for “one of the most beautiful voices in modern music.” Not Waving But Drowning: NWBD makes a joyful noise with banjos, violas, whiskey bottles, trumpets, and pots and pans, all while spinning together shipwrecked shanties, homespun Appalachian reels, smoky bordello blues, and gleeful indie rock. Born in a squalid Brooklyn c abaret, NWBD sings tales of mystery, adventure, and poisoned love in distinctive three-part harmony and impeccable attire (The Living Room, 154 Ludlow St, 8pm, $?)

CIRCUS: Summer Circus Cabaret Gorgeous circus stars of the big sky top. Undine Sellbach, Jean Naté, Kristin Olness, Bobby Hedglin-Taylor, Cody Schreger, Ambrose Martos, Tanya Gagne & many, many more. Hosted by Jennifer Miller (Big Sky Works, 29 Wythe Ave and North 14 St, BK, 8pm, $15)

PARTY: Come Sail Away Come sail away, come sail away, come sail away with Winkel & Balktick. Board the HMS Trash Mansion and submerge yourself in the spell of a classic summertime loft party. Fall under the siren song of DJ Love Rocket and his odyssey through enchanted isles of glitch hop, disco, deep house and classics. Receive subliminal messages from dozens of hand-made nautical flags. Indulge in the potent nectars of faraway lands at our trading post and try your luck with the locals. Please attend in your finest aquatic attire, such as fleet week white and blue, latex creations from the deep, parade-ready fishnets and body paint or full-on Jacques Cousteau diving suit. A few of the best costumes will be treated to canoe rides in the East River courtesy of Nathan Austin. Free beer from 10pm-11pm (The HMS Trash Mansion, 10pm – 4am, $9)

PARTY: Honky Tonkin' n' Nitehawkin': Urban Cowboy A Country Music and Movie Jubilee featuring: Urban Cowboy screening, live country music, mechanical bull riding and more. We love a good ole honky-tonk celebration, and with John Travolta (or as the local papers are calling him, John "Revolta") in the headlines, we figure there's no better way to launch our new country music and film series than with an Urban Cowboy-themed party. Includes live music by the Gentlemen Callers (60s-era country classics, mariachi numbers, and storytelling), starring fiddle master, Alex Marcus (formerly of Hank III), an Urban Cowboy screening, special menu items like chicken-fried steak, Texas-style queso, and Lone Star Beer, country themed movie trivia quiz, live comedy, best western wear contest, and mechanical bull riding. After the movie we're gonna mosey over to Vivo Toro, the bar just a block away, and have our own contest, Urban Cowboy style. Maybe if you're lucky, you'll get a good ole massage, in honor of John Travolta. (Nitehawk Cinema,

136 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn, 10:30pm, G/A $11, Child/ Senior $9)

DJ: Buyrum & Turntables on the Hudson' Summer Boat Cruise Party We'll be cruising around the Hudson overseeing the incredible Manhattan skyline while we rock the boat with all kinds of tempos & styles from Brooklyn to the Balkans & beyond. Floor 1: Nickodemus, ZEB (The Spy from Cairo) LIVE & Moos-Juh + Steve Congafist on percussion. Floor 2: Genti, Noki & Modest P in the place to be. Free giveaways to all who attend. (check in at The Star Of Palms, Pier 40 @ West Houston Street, boarding at 12am, return at 3:30am, Advance tickets $20 / $30 at the door)


EVENT: Mermaid Parade A completely original creation of Coney Island USA, the Mermaid Parade is the nation's largest art parade and one of New York City's greatest summer events. Founded in 1983 by Coney Island USA, the not-for-profit arts organization that also produces the Coney island Circus Sideshow, the Mermaid Parade pays homage to Coney Island's forgotten Mardi Gras which lasted from 1903 to 1954, and draws from a host of other sources resulting in a wonderful and wacky event that is unique to Coney Island. The Mermaid Parade celebrates the sand, the sea, the salt air and the beginning of summer, as well as the history and mythology of Coney Island, Coney Island pride, and artistic self-expression. The Parade is characterized by participants dressed in hand-made costumes as Mermaids, Neptunes, various sea creatures, the occasional wandering lighthouse, Coney Island post card or amusement ride, as well as antique cars, marching bands, drill teams, and the odd yacht pulled on flatbed. (Starti

ng at West 21st St and Surf Ave, finishing West 10th St, Coney Island, BK, 2-5:30pm, FREE)

PARTY: The Desert Forest Presents: Get Lost in the Forest The Desert Forest is an interactive and immersive art installation to be built first in New York and then in the Nevada Desert at Burning Man 2012. The installation will cover 2,500 square feet of the open Playa, providing a large-scale, dream-like, multisensory experience. The forest will be constructed out of plastic, faux fur, and a variety of light and sound elements. The forest will have various clearings, alluding to nature and organic environments, providing natural points for groups to gather and interact in a whimsical and restorative environment. On Saturday, the Desert Forest opens its door for a wonderful day of friends, music, mingling, dancing, and food. Come down to see the Forest with your own two eyes, and enjoy the day in all its furry glory. There will be barbecue and drinks available for cheap. Special Forest DJ sets from: Hear, NOLA, JD Harrington, Jen Lusker, Bryant Carmona, and special guests. (Bobby Redd Project Space, 626 Bushwick Ave, BK, 3pm-12am, $


MULTIMEDIA: Lumen 2012 A nighttime video and performance art festival featuring site-specific projections, new media, installations, and performance art by an international group of over 50 artists. Lumen will transform the raw waterfront property into a luminous playground, equipped with cargo containers that have been turned into video screening rooms, and specially formed salt sculptures that will be used as projection screens and installation pieces. (Atlantic Salt Company's industrial waterfront, 561 Richmond Terrace, SI, 6pm-12am, no parking on site)

PARTICIPATORY: Ice Factory Festival Scavenger Hunt Ice Factory is the premier festival for new independent theatre in New York City. In celebration our first year at the New Ohio Theatre, we're throwing a fun-filled scavenger hunt benefit for the theatre introducing you to our new neighborhood: the West Village and the Hudson River Park. You'll race through the historic streets and the local haunts searching for clues, solving puzzles, snapping photos and more. There will be drinking and singing and a chance to win prizes from local businesses, including festival passes to Ice Factory 2012. The hunt ends just in time for the Ice Factory 2012 Opening Night Party, where we'll groove to the ambient tunes of DJ Silky. Come for the hunt, stay for the party. We guarantee a classic New Ohio experience. (secret starting spot will be emailed to you on 6/22, 6:30 pm, $20)

MUSIC: Showpaper Benefit A benefit concert for Showpaper, the free bi-weekly print-only publication which lists and promotes all-ages & DIY shows in the Tri-State Area. Featuring New York based bands Juan Wauters (of the Beets), Dinosaur Feathers, Heaven's Gate, MiniBoone, and Hippy. Curated by JMC Aggregate. All Ages. No BYOB. (Saturday, Dead Herring 141 South 5th St., Apartment 1E, BK, 8pm, $5)

THEATER: Shadows Edge City is an urban playground for the corrupt. The City has been taken over by a criminal mastermind, Ladic Water, that has broken the souls and the bank accounts of many residents by introducing a new drug called Ambrosia. The crime lord is not untouchable though, as a vigilante has surfaced in the city that aims to topple Ladic's empire, in order to do that the vigilante has devised an ingenious plan. When Ladic's daughter is kidnapped and a few criminal junkies get involved that plan comes to fruition, however, Ladic won't go away easily and some things, such as love, may prove to be impossible to plan for. The musical is using some new visual ideas to create the feeling of a comic book. [G&S note: for $20 tix, use code "Edge City 2" for students or "Edge City 3" for groups over 5.] (Roy Arias Theaters Stage IV, 300 W 43rd St, Suite 506, $35)

BURLESQUE: Coup de Grace Burlesque tix: Do you dream in black and white? Do you long for the days of top hats & tails? Fringe & Flappers? Fred & Ginger? Ziegfeld & Minsky? Immerse yourself in the glamour of the jazz age and the golden years of vaudeville at an enchanting evening of early 20th century burlesque and music. Step out in style in your evening finery, park your gorgeous self at one of our cabaret tables, and sip an old fashioned surrounded by red velvet curtains and glamorous showgirls in their silken moonlit skin. Live standards and piano keep the joint jumping and our dapper duo of hosts charm the room like two Cary Grants on a cruise ship full of blonde heiresses. The pearls will be swinging and the pocket squares will be flapping with authentic pre and post show Victrola music playing in the key of deco. The summer edition stars: Grace Gotham, Gin Minsky, Tansy, Calamity Chang, Ruby Valentine, Nikki LeVillain, Justina Flash, Cassandra Rosebeetle, Topher Bousquet, Beelzebabe, Pandora. Featuring Jazz A

ge Tunes & Standards by: Shelly the Singing Siren & Pianist Broc Hempel. Pre & Post Show Victrola By: Michael Cumella. (Triad Theatre, 158 W 72nd St, 10pm-12am, $20 adv/ $25 door plus 2-drink minimum)


BODY: Punk Rope Olympics
Ten teams of 4 athletes each will compete in 8 events for the coveted Punk Rope cup, as well as for prizes donated by Vosges Chocolate, JackRabbit Sports, Crown Victoria Bar, and Punk Rope. The Bean Bar will be serving FREE iced coffee, Hint will be offering FREE water, Kopali Organics will provide FREE snacks. With a post-competition awards ceremony to immeditately follow. Events include the punk ups, the rubber chicken relay, the chicken toss, and arm cross. . (William Sheridan Playground, Between Wythe Ave & Berry St and Grand St & South 1st St, W'burg, BK, 10am-1pm, FREE)

PERFORMANCE: The Secret City
An Obie Award-winning, monthly gathering of artists and those who believe in the arts. Part cabaret, part salon, part tent revival, each month has a different theme and a variety of guest artists. It's our last gathering of the season, and the service is dedicated to ECSTASY. Always: free childcare. (Dixon Place, 161A Chrystie St bet Rivington and Delancey, 11:30am, $10)

BIKE: Taco y Tamale y Cerveza Sunset Park Sunset Bike Ride Join Matt Levy on a ride through this Western Brooklyn neighborhood, one of the largest concentrations of Mexican Communities on the East Coast. You'll learn about the growth of the neighborhood, from waterfront shipping to Scandinavian to Italian to Latino, and you'll sample some of the tastiest tacos this side of Texas. We'll attempt to catch the sunset from the second highest natural point in New York City, and we'll drink some cool cervezas to wash down the grub, bub. We'll end at a nearby prohibition-era bar for a round on the house, and you'll head home with some new friends and a stomach full of fiesta. BYOBike / RSVP to Matt at levysuniqueny dotcom (Meet at SW corner of 5th Avenue & 36th street, Sunset Park, Brooklyn, 6-9pm, FREE, plus food & drink cost)

WORD: Hey, Where's My Robot Girlfriend? An illustrated lecture on Sexual Robotics, Teledildonics, and Carnal Technology with sexual health researcher, educator, and writer Laura G. Duncan. The robotic bride. The orgasm ray. The sex machine. These classic tropes of science fiction – how fictitious are they really? Hybrids of sex and technology are flourishing in contemporary culture, from basement workshops where power tools are lovingly repurposed into bedroom aids to sexual media empires with genres devoted solely to robot-human couplings. The medical sciences have even gotten in on the act with models of sperm-powered nanobots. Technology and sexuality have long been intimately connected, each inspiring innovation in the other and nowhere is this more striking than in the fields of teledildonics (computer-interfaced sex toys) and sexual robotics. (29 Cornelia St, 6pm, $10/includes a drink)

MUSIC: Slavic Soul Party on a boat tix: Slavic Soul Party. celebrates the release of three new recordings (12", 7", and wax cylinder) with Balkan Beats DJ Robert Šoko (Berlin). Join the band on the Cabana, a 300 capacity boat that will cruise NY Harbor and the East River, dance to glorious Balkan-inspired music, and enjoy drinks and amazing Balkan food. (CABANA BOAT, East 23rd St. and FDR Dr, cruise 6:30-9:30pm, $18)

FILM/MUSIC: Silent Film Spectacular
A "Love & Marriage" Silent Film Spectacular, featuring a live soundtrack by Red Hook Ramblers, Brooklyn's premier Dixieland band, to three classic comedies from the 1920s: "One Week," starring Buster Keaton, "Bliss," starring Harold Lloyd, and "Saturday Afternoon," starring Harry Langdon. These are some of the best two-reel comedies of the silent era. Laugh as the comedians grapple with their quest for "perfect romance," and the band presents an original score of hot jazz and blues from the '20s and '30s. (Jalopy Theatre and School of Music, 315 Columbia St, BK, 9pm, $10)


OPENING: Megabodega Zine Mart and Event Series. 200+ zines, art books, and magazines for sale from around the world. Nightly book launches and parties. GRAND OPENING: Tuesday, June 26th, 7pm - 10pm with music by dj Joro-Boro and drinks provided by Macao Trading Co. (thru 7/6, Family Business gallery, 520 west 21st, FREE)


FOOD: Chaos Cooking BBQ Edition
A continuing social project where up to 50 people cook 50 recipes in 1 kitchen (& backyard). All recipes must be finished in 4 hours while everyone is drinking wine, socializing, and putting delectable dishes in their mouths. Extra tables will be set up outside. Please bring a bottle of wine per person or drinks to share, extra grills, knives, cutting boards, mixing bowls, and tupperware or ziplock bags. Hosts will provide pots, pans, silverware, skewers, salt, pepper, olive oil, flour, white sugar, blender, Foreman grill, table top flat grill, bread crumbs, and charcoal. (Wednesday, 76 Jefferson Street, Apt. 1, BK, 6:30pm, $5.)


CIRCUS: Extreme Aerial and Variety Show Circus is the X-games of theater. This being the Sky Box at the House of Yes located in the most outrageous borough in the Capital of the World, we are going to take "extreme" up a notch: extreme must be clever, extreme must be funny, extreme must be sexy, extreme must be on time and above all, extreme must be totally pro. Come see your favorite superstars risk their lives for your entertainment and for the longevity of the most intense performance space ever. Starring: Mike Richtor on slack line. Claire De Luxe on Fire accompanied by Stefan and his flaming sax. Spazz Hands all up in your face. Creamed Stu. Jelly Boy the Clown (back from the dead.), Anya Sapozhnikova (nuff said). Sour Mash HugBand playing pre-show from 8-9pm. $1 raffle for the most extreme experience of your life. Tickets available exclusively at the door. (House of Yes, 342 Maujer St BK, Doors at 8pm/ show at 9pm, $10 dressed in your supreme extreme, $11 dressed boring)

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ART: Go Brooklyn
A brand new, one of a kind, Brooklyn-wide open studio festival is taking place September 8/9. Register NOW until JUNE 29 to have your studio listed. Members of your local community will have a chance to vote for their favorite studios, and the top picks will receive curatorial visits from the Brooklyn Museum. Selected artists will be featured in an exhibit which will open during the December Target First Saturday at the museum. Registration is free and open only to artists with studio spaces (i.e. work environments which are separated from their living space). Galleries and spaces for curated exhibitions will not be featured, keeping the focus on Brooklyn artists and their work.


ART: Photoville NYC
Covering more than 60,000 sq. feet in the heart of Brooklyn Bridge Park, Photoville - a new Brooklyn-based photo exhibition - will feature an exhilarating mix of art exhibitions, lectures, hands-on workshops, nighttime projections, a photo dog run, a camera greenhouse, and a summer beer garden - with food trucks. Stop by to satiate that creative itch you've been dying to scratch. (thru 7/1, Brooklyn Bridge Park, Pier 3, between Dumbo and Atlantic Ave, FREE)

PUPPETS: Theatre of Little Broken Hearts
As part of the launch of Norah Jones' album "Little Broken Hearts," the celebrated experimental puppetry theatre company The Cosmic Bicycle created "Theatre of Little Broken Hearts" which uses Jones' album as the soundtrack to a visual dreamscape. Each of the album's twelve evocative songs are accompanied by equally evocative vignettes that utilize puppets, projections and creative stage imagery. First presented at Manhattan venue The Box during the album's release week as part of a listening event hosted by Bowers & Wilkens. The Cosmic Bicycle will now present the show in an extended run at their home base, The Clockworks Puppet Theatre in Brooklyn. (thru 7/14, The ClockWorks Puppet Theatre, 196 Columbia St, BK, Thur-Sat 8pm, Sat matinees 4pm, $20)

THEATER: The Bachelors' Tea Party The Bachelors' Tea Party is an absurd and absurdly intimate new comedy inspired by the relationships of Elsie de Wolfe (Lady Mendl) and Bessie Marbury, who referred to themselves as "The Bachelors," after they took up joint residence sans men in the first years of the 20th century. Before she invented the profession of interior decorator, de Wolfe was a struggling Broadway performer, known more for her costumes than her acting, and her partner Bessie Marbury, legendary agent and broker, was introducing America to Oscar Wilde and discovering Cole Porter. In a playfully perverse take on a young girl's imaginary tea party, de Wolfe and Marbury will delight and torment each other and entertain a coterie of special guests, "performed" by dolls assembled around the table, with audience members seated only inches away. The play is set in a real Victorian-esque tea salon, and seating is extremely limited - please make reservations. (Sundays thru 7/15, Lady Mendl's Tea Salon, 56 Irvin

g Pl bet 17th & 18th St, 5pm, $10 performance with $35 required tea service plus tax and tip)

THEATER: Rachel Klein's Symphony of Shadows: A Tale From the Land Beyond the Veil
Suffering from nightmares? Want some more? A vivid genre-defying performance, Rachel Klein's Symphony of Shadows takes you on a journey through the mind of a woman in conflict with sleep disorders, phantasmagorical night terrors, hypnotic horrors, and other, visually stunning manifestations from deep within the confines of her mind. (Dixon Place, 161A Chrystie Street, 7:30pm, Friday June 22nd and Saturday June 23rd, GA $15 / Students & Seniors $12)

THEATER: The Naughty Victorians
It's totally over-the-top, outrageously bawdy, and extremely enthusiastic. And there's a lot of rich, gorgeous language detailing terribly naughty things. Also, moaning. A LOT of moaning. And we're opening tomorrow. I'd love to see you guys there - I genuinely think it's a great show, totally worth seeing for its own sake, and an excellent beginning to a night out and about in the village. Very Lewd. Very Lusty. Veddy British. Victorian Erotica as only RadioTheatre can deliver it: hot, heavy, and wholly hysterical. For Adults only, please. Complete with a great cast of storytellers and original orchestral sound design by the award-winning, critically acclaimed Radiotheatre. (Thru 7/19, The Kraine Theater, 85 E. 4th Street between 2nd & 3rd Aves, 8pm, $20, code "VICS" for $5 discount)

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