VAUDEVILLE NOUVEAU

Genre: Comedy, Dance, Lesbian+Gay, Other
Richard Kent Green & Nelson Lugo

Vaudeville Is Back and it Wants to Buy You a Drink!

After decades of plying their wares in dive bars and seedy back-alley clubs, vaudeville is back and making a triumphant return to its classic venue: The Stage!

Bringing vaudeville into the light for a whole new generation, Richard Kent Green and Nelson Lugo, in association with the WorkShop Theater Company, proudly present “VAUDEVILLE NOUVEAU an Extravaganza of Burlesque Proportions”. VAUDEVILLE NOUVEAU is a brand new monthly late-night variety show that will feature a rotating cast of musicians, jugglers, freaks, illusionists, ecdysiasts, escapists, sideshow artists, comedians, ventriloquists and a whole lot more! With its ever-changing line-up of guest artists, VAUDEVILLE NOUVEAU strives to present the most unique and entertaining novelty acts available. Every show is jam packed with side-splitting comedy, jaw dropping stunts, rocking music and scantily-clad burlesque beauties. Served up with tongues firmly planted in cheek, one never knows what new and strange acts will appear on the VAUDEVILLE NOUVEAU stage. But one thing is certain, it will be amusing, amazing and unforgettable.
 

VAUDEVILLE NOUVEAU is a late-night show that is scheduled to run once a month on Saturday the ‘teenth. As a mnemonic reminder, VAUDEVILLE NOUVEAU will perform on Saturdays which have dates ending in “teenth” (13th, 14th, …19th). Tickets are only 15 dollars, beer and wine are served, and the first drink is FREE. Dates, times and talent line-up information can all be accessed online at either VaudevilleNouveau.com or at workshoptheater.org


About the Company: Workshop Theater Company

Now in its 13th season, the WorkShop Theater Company specializes in the development of new plays. The company also nurtures the talents of actors, playwrights and directors with the presentation of readings and workshops as well as fully staged plays, and musicals. The company’s two-theater complex on 36th Street includes the 65-seat main stage theater and the 35-seat Jewel Box theater. The award-winning film, FINDING NEVERLAND, began as the stage play “THE MAN WHO WAS PETER PAN” by ALLAN KNEE presented by the WorkShop Theater Company in 1998. The WorkShop has also presented premiere productions of the plays “Angel Wings” by Murray Schisgal (who is best known for “Luv” and the screenplay of Tootsie) and “1348” by Tom Dulack (author of the Off-Broadway hit “Breaking Legs”). For more information on the WorkShop Theater Company and their 2007 season lineup, please visit www.workshoptheater.org.

Open:   12/13/08
Close:   01/04/09

Schedule:
scheduled to run once a month on Saturday the ‘teenth - as a mnemonic reminder, VAUDEVILLE NOUVEAU will perform on Saturdays which have dates ending in “teenth” (13th, 14th, …19th) - for more info please go to www.vaudevillenouveau.com
Theater:   Workshop Theater
Address:   312 West 36th Street
New York, NY
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(Take the 1, 2, 3, A, C, E trains to 34th Street)

Cost:$15.00 and the First Drink is FREE
Buy Tickets Online or Call: TheaterMania at 212-352-3101
Presented by: Workshop Theater Company         Official Web Site: www.workshoptheater.org
 

Richard Kent Green has studied and worked in the theater since he was 10 years old. He attended classes at the Lynchburg Fine Arts Center and he majored in theatre at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Richard left college to work as an actor, playing all over the United States, then he moved to NYC. There, he studied at HB Studios and the Clyde Vinson Studio. Richard has worked Off-Broadway, Off-Off-Broadway, in TV, film & cabaret, with many New York theater companies of note. He's currently a member of the WorkShop Theater Company, where he works as an actor, director and associate producer - he's also on the WorkShop staff as Producing Director.

 

Nelson Lugo, a world class, award winning entertainer, is a New York City based actor/magician/sdeshow artist, with over 15 years of performing experience.

He first started performing magic when he was nine and a half years old, after receiving a Harry Blackstone Jr. Magic Kit for Christmas. He was a very, very good boy that year and he's been mystifying audiences young and old ever since.

Funny, charming and energetic, Nelson's performance style combines classic magic with a refreshing contemporary twist, an electrifying blend of modern theatricality and old school showmanship. His wit, charm and skill have earned him both critical and popular acclaim as well as the respect of his magical brothers and sisters in the conjuring community.