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The Cube: 1 year anniversary show

We did it! It’s CUBE’s one year anniversary! Come celebrate a year of the best standup, sketch, improv, and characters around with a night of just that!

We’ll make cube year resolutions.
We’ll sing the cube year song: Angle, Line, Side ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3sXVxqDbFk )
We’ll countdown the dropping of the cube.

The performers on this Rockin’ Eve include:

Fancy Meat

JZT & Fe$h

Big Fat Fatties

Nick Naney

Jo Firestone

Sasheer Zamata

and more!

Hosted by Sam Taggart and Mary Houlihan.

FREE!

Main listing at: https://www.facebook.com/events/429510263852581/

facebook_event_1429933347257120

The Cube: 1 year anniversary show

We did it! It’s CUBE’s one year anniversary! Come celebrate a year of the best standup, sketch, improv, and characters around with a night of just that!

We’ll make cube year resolutions.
We’ll sing the cube year song: Angle, Line, Side ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3sXVxqDbFk )
We’ll countdown the dropping of the cube.

The performers on this Rockin’ Eve include:

Fancy Meat

JZT & Fe$h

Big Fat Fatties

Nick Naney

Jo Firestone

Sasheer Zamata

and more!

Hosted by Sam Taggart and Mary Houlihan.

FREE!

Main listing at: https://www.facebook.com/events/429510263852581/

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*Weekly Experimental Drink N Draw @Muchmore’s**

:::PRESENTED BY THE BROOKLYN SOCIETY OF DRAFTSMEN AND MUCHMORE’S:::
Nude model!
Join us for an afternoon of figure drawing! Burlesque models, victorian costumes, and other experimental themes weekly. MOSTLY NUDES.

Starts at 2:30PM at Muchmore’s- Take the L train to Bedford ave, the address is 2 Havemeyer st (between Withers St & 9th St)

Drop-in and cash only, donation of $10-$15 gets you 2 and half hours of drawing time! Come early, stay late – drinks specials and excellent oslo coffee is served.

Will be hosted (on rotation) by:

Jenny Carolin – http://www.jennycarolin.com/
Carolyn Jao – http://www.carolynjao.com/
Yuri Leonov – http://www.yurileonov.com/
Joseph Perrotto – http://www.josephperrotto.com/

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EASTER FUNDAY/DIGNIFIED 4/20″ YANKEE BANG BANG/NO ICE/SIMPLER TIMES/TOOT SWEET/DAVID POLLACK

Easter is that time of year when Jesus gets onstage and covers The Stone Roses “I Am The Resurrection,” 4/20 is a day when people who often smoke pot truly smoke pot. Some of us just want to go see bands and dance no matter their religious or weed preferences. Here are some bands.

YANKEE BANG BANG
(Bollywood influenced indie punk)
https://www.facebook.com/yankeebangbang

NO ICE
(Moody baby indie rawk feat. members of The Brooklyn What, single from Mama Coco’s drops 4/8)
https://www.facebook.com/comeonfeelthenoice

THE SIMPLER TIMES
(raw drinkin’ americana rock n’ roll featuring members/alums of These Animals, Candy Hearts, Family Photos, Wagers etc.)

TOOT SWEET
(accordion-driven soulful sweet and dark jazzy pop)
https://www.facebook.com/tootsweetmusic

DAVID POLLACK
(indie pop songwriting like fine white china)
https://www.facebook.com/davidpollack

special headliner TBA

$5

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EASTER FUNDAY/DIGNIFIED 4/20″ YANKEE BANG BANG/NO ICE/SIMPLER TIMES/TOOT SWEET/DAVID POLLACK

Easter is that time of year when Jesus gets onstage and covers The Stone Roses “I Am The Resurrection,” 4/20 is a day when people who often smoke pot truly smoke pot. Some of us just want to go see bands and dance no matter their religious or weed preferences. Here are some bands.

YANKEE BANG BANG
(Bollywood influenced indie punk)
https://www.facebook.com/yankeebangbang

NO ICE
(Moody baby indie rawk feat. members of The Brooklyn What, single from Mama Coco’s drops 4/8)
https://www.facebook.com/comeonfeelthenoice

THE SIMPLER TIMES
(raw drinkin’ americana rock n’ roll featuring members/alums of These Animals, Candy Hearts, Family Photos, Wagers etc.)

TOOT SWEET
(accordion-driven soulful sweet and dark jazzy pop)
https://www.facebook.com/tootsweetmusic

DAVID POLLACK
(indie pop songwriting like fine white china)
https://www.facebook.com/davidpollack

special headliner TBA

$5

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Deep Dish Cabaret

Deep Dish Cabaret is a quasi-legendary variety show featuring alternative comedy, burlesque, performance art that doesn’t suck, and maybe a band.

We will post the line-up and a link to buy tickets asap.

Useful history: it ran from 2000 to 2005 and was held in boxing gyms, art galleries, lofts, and a tango studio.

Aziz Ansari performed right around the time Time Out called him stand-up of the year. So, we used to have his cell phone number (used to).

Here’s is what media people said about it:

“An underground cabaret in New York City features some of the zaniest and unpredictable performers the Big Apple has to offer. Call it performance art, call it comedy, call it offensive, call it nuts, but one thing is certain — it’s unique.”
– NPR
http://hereandnow.wbur.org/2003/11/12/show-rundown-for-11122003

“Visionary.”
– The Los Angeles Times

“This is the kind of underground event you thought you’d find more of in New York City. A nonstop, soul-searching performance party hosted in an enormous loft on the second floor of a barely marked building that looks hours away from demolition.”
– The Village Voice

“I am wearing an apron and nothing else as I blow colored-milk bubbles. In a special appearance, writer Anthony Haden-Guest is cackling and cooing over my shoulder wearing a clown-suit. Hey, it’s performance art.”
– Time Out New York’s “Best of New York” issue

ANTHONY Haden-Guest putting a disruptive latecomer in his place at the Deep Dish Cabaret, a roving underground performance event. When the tardy fool interrupted the show by yelling “Better late than never,” the British writer replied, “Better never than late!”
– NY Post, Page 6

“Showcasing … exuberant underground performance energy is a twice-monthly ritual at Deep Dish Cabaret. A late-night collection of off-beat comedians, musicians, spoken word, burlesque, and performance artists, and merely strange acts, the Dish offers up … a
secret scene … something that’s out of the ordinary.”
– Backstage.com

“The hippest spots in New York are now the floating burlesque revivals, like Deep Dish Cabaret.”
– Talk Magazine

“Those who find the regular drink-and-dance scene a little tired will appreciate the party/spectacle here.”
– Shout Magazine

“A saucy event featuring performance artists, singers and alternative comedy. It’s a come-as-you-are crowd that revels in the flowing creativity.”
– SoHo Style

Main listing: https://www.facebook.com/events/275938702583122/

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Deep Dish Cabaret

Deep Dish Cabaret is a quasi-legendary variety show featuring alternative comedy, burlesque, performance art that doesn’t suck, and maybe a band.

We will post the line-up and a link to buy tickets asap.

Useful history: it ran from 2000 to 2005 and was held in boxing gyms, art galleries, lofts, and a tango studio.

Aziz Ansari performed right around the time Time Out called him stand-up of the year. So, we used to have his cell phone number (used to).

Here’s is what media people said about it:

“An underground cabaret in New York City features some of the zaniest and unpredictable performers the Big Apple has to offer. Call it performance art, call it comedy, call it offensive, call it nuts, but one thing is certain — it’s unique.”
– NPR
http://hereandnow.wbur.org/2003/11/12/show-rundown-for-11122003

“Visionary.”
– The Los Angeles Times

“This is the kind of underground event you thought you’d find more of in New York City. A nonstop, soul-searching performance party hosted in an enormous loft on the second floor of a barely marked building that looks hours away from demolition.”
– The Village Voice

“I am wearing an apron and nothing else as I blow colored-milk bubbles. In a special appearance, writer Anthony Haden-Guest is cackling and cooing over my shoulder wearing a clown-suit. Hey, it’s performance art.”
– Time Out New York’s “Best of New York” issue

ANTHONY Haden-Guest putting a disruptive latecomer in his place at the Deep Dish Cabaret, a roving underground performance event. When the tardy fool interrupted the show by yelling “Better late than never,” the British writer replied, “Better never than late!”
– NY Post, Page 6

“Showcasing … exuberant underground performance energy is a twice-monthly ritual at Deep Dish Cabaret. A late-night collection of off-beat comedians, musicians, spoken word, burlesque, and performance artists, and merely strange acts, the Dish offers up … a
secret scene … something that’s out of the ordinary.”
– Backstage.com

“The hippest spots in New York are now the floating burlesque revivals, like Deep Dish Cabaret.”
– Talk Magazine

“Those who find the regular drink-and-dance scene a little tired will appreciate the party/spectacle here.”
– Shout Magazine

“A saucy event featuring performance artists, singers and alternative comedy. It’s a come-as-you-are crowd that revels in the flowing creativity.”
– SoHo Style

Main listing: https://www.facebook.com/events/275938702583122/

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*Weekly Experimental Drink N Draw @Muchmore’s**

:::PRESENTED BY THE BROOKLYN SOCIETY OF DRAFTSMEN AND MUCHMORE’S:::
Nude model!
Join us for an afternoon of figure drawing! Burlesque models, victorian costumes, and other experimental themes weekly. MOSTLY NUDES.

Starts at 2:30PM at Muchmore’s- Take the L train to Bedford ave, the address is 2 Havemeyer st (between Withers St & 9th St)

Drop-in and cash only, donation of $10-$15 gets you 2 and half hours of drawing time! Come early, stay late – drinks specials and excellent oslo coffee is served.

Will be hosted (on rotation) by:

Jenny Carolin – http://www.jennycarolin.com/
Carolyn Jao – http://www.carolynjao.com/
Yuri Leonov – http://www.yurileonov.com/
Joseph Perrotto – http://www.josephperrotto.com/