Sunday, April 15, 2012

This Week in Lounge: April 16th - 22nd

Drowned Ball at Zanger Hall, April 21st
Monday, April 16th
Tiki Mondays with Miller
This week at Tiki Mondays we are proud to welcome to the crew the affable Todd Richman of Sidney Frank portfolio of liquor brands. A man whose passion for his work is only surpassed by the savory tarts of Tortuga. Sidney Frank brands Barenjager and Gekkeikan Sake will be featured in specialty cocktails - which are half-priced drinks from 6-8pm. Brian Miller will make sure Todd walks the plank and you should join the motley crew of buccaneers and sample the treasures. 

Lani Kai (525 Broome Street, New York, NY) - 6pm to 10pm (Happy Hour) and event goes to 2am.

Saturday April 21st
The Murray Hill Show at Joe's Pub
 
ONE SHOWBIZ LEGEND. ONE UNFORGETTABLE NIGHT. NEW SHTICK! NEW SONGS! SAME DOUBLE-CHIN! A ONE-MAN VARIETY SHOW!

THE MURRAY HILL SHOW will feature Murray's trademark blend of hammy Borscht Belt humor, irreverent monologues, joint-popping slapstick, so-bad-it's-gotta-be-good crooning, biting celebrity impersonations, freewheeling ad-libbing, and raucous audience interaction.
  • starring Mr. Showbiz MURRAY HILL 
  • featuring THE MURRAYETTES - Tansy & Bettina May
  • special guest star BRIDGET EVERETT 
  • swingin' & swillin' quartet - THE STIFF GIMLETS featuring Jesse Elder, Arthur Vint, Matt Parker, Kenball Zwerin
GET TICKETS: http://joespub.com/ or call 212-967-7555 * For $5 off tickets, use code: JPTIXA2 - Joe's Pub (425 Lafayette Street, Greenwich Village, NYC)
 
The Drowned Ball
A grandiose remembrance of 100 anniversary of RMS Titanic's first and last voyage

Gemini and Scorpio, producers of themed colorful costume parties with live entertainment, are proud to present our first over-the-top event of 2012, The Drowned Ball. The event commemorates the 100th Anniversary of the Titanic with two floors of thematic live entertainment, and is also a fundraiser for their brand new events loft in Gowanus currently in construction. Here are the details from our friend Larisa Fuchs of G&S:

The greatest ship ever built sets sail once more. In the grand ballroom, an orchestra plays to slow-swaying aristocracy, all sparkling diamonds and rustling silk, while in steerage below, the lower classes stomp to fiddles and accordions. But mere hours later, disaster strikes, and with no escape possible, mayhem ensues.

Upstairs: chamber music by Trio Mio Myo and waltzes from around the world by Golden Angel Waltz Orchestra. Downstairs: Strung Out String Band whirls you into an old-time vortex as you're surrounded by immersive video projections. Michaeline Sexton is adorned in Asphyxia's Ghost couture apparatus by Kaytee Papusza. DJs to follow on both floors, with a wild remix of early Americana and modern beats: Joro Boro, $mall ¢hange, DirtyFinger, and Shakey.

In the tradition of turn-of-century Grand Ball art posters, artist duo Teetering Bulb are creating a one-of-a-kind painting to commemorate the event. Skink Ink Fine Art Printing will run a limited unnumbered edition of 50 12x18 prints on archival cotton rag paper, only available to event guests as bundled with 1st class tickets ($50) or at the event, if any left ($60).

Ticket levels*: 1st & 2nd classes board 9pm, and enjoy an hour of complimentary champagne, and a waltz dance class at 9:30: $85 with custom art print; $35 without. Steerage boards 10pm: $25. If any tickets are available at door, they're $10 more; only $15 after 12am. This event will sell out.

Dress code: Turn-of-century-ball meets Mermaid Parade meets zombies. Dress upper class or steerage, before the iceberg or after -- or even as the iceberg itself. Sea creatures most welcome, especially luminescent ones. Ocean explorers, bring your cameras.

Zanger Hall, 347 West 34th St, 9pm-3am, 21+
Tickets available at Gemini & Scorpio -  $25-85 presale / $10 more at door, if left / $15 at door after 12am

If you have any lounger worthy events for our weekly recommendations, please email loungers at loungerati dot com for consideration.

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