Friday at 8pm; Saturday at 7:30pm & 10pm (doors open 30 minutes prior to curtain) Tickets are $45 (includes a delicious Wongotini) and can be purchased by visiting www.PlanetWongo.com or by calling 866.811.4111.
“We’re thrilled to have Wild Women of Planet Wongo back in 2017. It’s been a blast watching them pack the room every week and we’re really excited about Wongo taking over as our featured weekend performance. The journey to Planet Wongo is truly a fun, sexy, bizarre ride and we’re just lucky to be on board.” Parkside Lounge, Chris Lee.
Wild Women of Planet Wongo, the wacky B-movie inspired sci-fi comedy about two astronauts that land on a planet of beautiful warrior women who have never seen men, is extending for a second time, now through March 2017 at Parkside Lounge (317 East Houston). Presented by Not Too Fancy Productions, LLC,
Wild Women of Planet Wongo will kick-off the New Year on January 6th playing Fridays at 8pm and Saturdays at 7:30pm & 10pm in 2017. Tickets include a Wicked Wongotini are $35 ($45 for 2017) and can be purchased by visiting www.PlanetWongo.com or by calling 866.811.4111.
The Wild Women of Planet Wongo have invited special guests to host the interactive Planet Wongo Game Break which takes place during both 10 minute intermissions, where audience members get to play and win “out of this world” prizes.
Wild Women of Planet Wongo has been called “A zany, immersive and utterly awesome science fiction comedy. Wongo is a fresh, new, innovative and entirely enjoyable night out that includes dancing, lots of laughs, and a free drink” AXS.com; “Wild Women of Planet Wongo is up close and full frontal fun.” Huffington Post; “Unstinting with its energy and enthusiasm” NY Times; “Silly and sophisticated, a retro-futuristic immersive musical, this delightful romp wields zany charm and a healthy dose of good old-fashioned escapism.” NY Theatre Guide; “Pure fun. If you’re a sci-fi junkie or you’re just looking for a casually fun time, grab a Wongotini and check out Wild Women of Planet Wongo.” Theasy.com; “If drinks, dancing and music are your thing, Wild Women of Planet Wongo will not disappoint.” Stage Buddy. “Barbarella-meets-John-Waters kind of story …Wild Women of Planet Wongo satirizes and celebrates both the space-race kitsch and the flower-power counterculture of the 1960s. An immersive musical crammed with good-natured energy and nonstop campy humor … the show is so much fun” Blogcritics.
Cast include: Sage Buchalter, Aiesha Dukes, Miki Hellerbach, Jenna Marcello, Amanda Nicholas, and Howie Schaal. Wongo’s Creative team includes: Steve Mackes (Book & Lyrics), Ben Budick (Lyrics), Dave Ogrin (Lyrics and Music), David Rigano (Director), Juson Williams (Choreographer), Paul Rigano (Musical Director), Emily Grayson (Production Supervisor/Stage Manager), Patrick Harnett-Marshall (Assistant Stage Manager), Ido Levran (Video and Sound Design), Rudy Agresta (Animations), Lisa Hufnagel (Lighting Design), Rob Dutiel (Set Design/Props), Elise VanderKley (Costumes), Marsh Shugart (Makeup and Wig Design).
Unemployed, depressed, and ten thousand dollars in debt, one fed-up comedian moves from the Pacific Northwest to outer-borough New York City. His resume reads like the ingredient list on a pack of Marlboros, his video-game addiction is rivaled only by that of his cell phone, and he fires his therapist in favor of a ten-speed bicycle. He knows a life well-lived is one that costs some skin; through dating disasters, employment mishaps, tested friendships, financial upheaval, dieting backslides, Occupy protests, gay marriage disputes, and opening days of comic-book blockbusters, he may not exactly be on the verge of putting it all back together, but he's well on his way to discovering the existential glue that will.
This debut collection of narrative nonfiction essays from a noteworthy new talent is gritty and dark, yet quirky and eccentric, with pitch-perfect metaphors aplenty and a nearly Sisyphean humor derived from both inner and environmental struggle. Boasting a fresh, comedic-noir style, these are the trench-warfare tales of every tenacious, heartsick, alienated dude who just wants break through the irony-saturated din and find meaning on the other side.
"Like an R. Crumb panel, Parkinson's self-righteous indignation is often strange, laugh-out-loud funny, and always packed with detail. His writing betrays an idealistic curmudgeon who feels defeated because he worries he's seen it all, and hopeful because he knows he hasn't. The tightly-packed sentences eviscerate contemporary idiocy, but taken out of context they crackle like Twitter-age Beat poetry. They're the journal entries of a restless soul, dripping with the self-conscious desperation of fading youth and speaking to the countless underemployed and overeducated Americans like him. If it's possible to affect a defeated swagger, to wonder why things are so terrible and so great at the same time, Parkinson nails it." The Denver Post's John Wenzel, author of Mock Stars: Indie Comedy and the Dangerously Funny
Saturday, January 26, 2013, 11pm-late
317 East Houston Street (at Attorney)
New York City
$15 advanced tickets at
$20 at the door
21+, 2 drink minimum
Hosted by SchÃ¤ffer the Darklord
Performances by: Amelia Bareparts, Boo Boo Darlin', Gemini Rising, Foxy Vermouth, Francine "The Lucid Dream", Iris Explosion, Montana, Satanica & Matt Knife
With all the recent buzz about the possible return of Twin Peaks to television, the folks at The Pink Room: David Lynch Burlesque have never been more excited to put on a show! The Miss Twin Peaks title is the most coveted honor in this little town where a yellow light still means slow down, not speed up AND it is the most coveted honor in all of David Lynch Burlesque right here in New York City! It is all the things everyone has come to love of The Pink Room Burlesque: SchÃ¤ffer the Darklord rapping his original song "David Lynch Movie", our audience participation challenge, Chug-a-lug Donna and burlesque performances by many of the characters from Twin Peaks including Audrey Horne, Shelly Johnson, Norma Jennings, crazy Nadine Hurley, Big Ed Hurley, Annie Blackburn, Denise/Dennis Bryson, the widow Lana Budding Milford, the evil genius Wyndom Earle and more!
The Pink Room Burlesque is a tribute to and satire of the works of David Lynch. Since the anniversary of Laura Palmer's death in February of 2011, Francine and The Pink Room cast have covered everything from Twin Peaks, Fire Walk With Me, Blue Velvet, Wild At Heart, Lost Highway, Mulholland Drive, Eraserhead & Inland Empire. This is a special Saturday night show to celebrate the January birthdays of both David Lynch & Francine.
The Pink Room specialty cocktails will be served all night and Twin Peaks will played on the screens in the front lounge and, YES, there will be donuts!!!
For $15 advanced tickets and $20 at the door, this is a bargain for a whole night out!
- Time Out New York Critic's Pick & Top 5 in Nightlife
- "There is no mistaking you have arrived in Twin Peaks" Broadway World
- Francine "The Lucid Dream" & The Pink Room Burlesque voted Loungerati's 2nd place for Best Burlesque Act 2012
- "(Francine), who, with her David Lynch burlesque series, has encouraged the creation of new acts, pushing performers to play past the apron and take bigger risks." JD Oxblood, Burlesque Beat.
Hosted by Anja Keister with burlesque performances by:
and the sacrifices of the following D20 Burlesque virgins:
and Foxy Squire
with go-go by Bonita Boogie and
Celia Foxglove helping out at the door
plus music stylings of DJ Aderpable (Kita St. Cyr)
2 shows (9:30 and 11:30) 21+ event with a 2 drink min. and specialty cocktails from the the mixologists at the Parkside Lounge.
Plus raffle prizes from the Compleat Strategist, Pantheon Press and more!
$15 online pre-sale guaranteed seating tickets
$10 pre-sale general admission tickets or
$15 general admission tickets at the door.
Come dressed in your post apocalyptic finest!
Promotional Photo of Foxy Squire by Karen Hubbard
Hosted by Iris Explosion
with burlesque performances by:
Lewd Alfred Douglas
Miss Em and
featuring ghoulish go-go from Apathy Angel
2 Shows: 9:30 & 11:30pm
21+ event with a two drink minimum. Featuring specialty mixed cocktails from the sinister mixologists at the Parkside Lounge
Raffle prizes donated by the Compleat Strategist, Needles Gnomes, Think Geek and Gorgeous and Gory.
Reduced price tickets available until Nov. 16th:
$15 guaranteed seating close to the stage
$10 general admission
otherwise tickets will be available at the door for $15
promo photo of zombie Iris Explosion by Ben Triivett
MU&H by Rosie LaRouge and Dr.Flux
Hosted by our Sensei for the evening, Iris Explosion, the show will feature performances by:
and the D20 Burlesque debuts of
La Maia and
shows at 9:30 and 11:30 pm
presale tickets: $10 general admission, $15 limited guaranteed seating
WARNING: pre-sales will end midnight, Friday, July 20th
$15 at the door
21+ event, 2 drink minimum
IRTE’s roster of merrymakers – led by artistic director Nannette Deasy – include Robert Baumgardner, Alex Decaneas, Curt Dixon, Adam Leong, Jamie Maloney, Danielle Montezinos, and Johnny Zito.
IRTE’s 2012 season continues with
Mrs. Carrol's 3rd Grade Houghton Mifflin Spelling Class (June 3, 6:00pm @ The Creek and The Cave, June 28, 11:00pm @ The PIT, $5) Imagine the words this group can come up with … and then using them in a sentence!!??
That Kick-Ass Time-Jump Show – please don't sue us, Scott Bakula (July 23 , 7:30pm @ Parkside Lounge and August 5, 6:00pm @ The Creek and The Cave) IRTE takes you on a spontaneous sci-fi thrill ride filled with references ranging from Quantum Leap and Star Trek to Doctor Who!
About the Company: IRTE: The Improvisational Repertory Theatre Ensemble
IRTE: The Improvisational Repertory Theatre Ensemble, an ensemble of theatrical actors and writers who will develop, produce, and perform a season of original themed improvisational shows and video sketches following the basic model of traditional repertory theatre.
When Francine "The Lucid Dream" first began producing The Pink Room Burlesque over a year ago, she had no idea where it would lead us, but she had a definite feeling it will be a place both wonderful and strange. Never in a million years did she expect it would lead to working on a feature film with Joaquin Phoenix and burlesque beauties, Boo Boo Darlin', DeeDee Luxe, Legs Malone, Ruby Valentine, RunAround Sue & Tansy!
Francine has been hard at work playing a 1920's burlesque performer on the set of the Untitled James Gray Project starring Joaquin Phoenix, Marion Cotillard & Jeremy Renner. On this production, Francine has been wearing costumes designed by the iconic Patricia Norris who also worked on Lynch's Elephant Man, Twin Peaks, Fire Walk With Me, Lost Highway, The Straight Story, Blue Velvet and Wild at Heart. Working with the woman who dressed "Lil, my mother's sister's girl" from Fire Walk With Me has been an inspiration and a fascinating learning experience her.
The Pink Room show will feature burlesque inspired by Twin Peaks, Eraserhead, Fire Walk With Me, Blue Velvet, Wild at Heart, Mulholland Drive and other Lynch films. Francine can't tell you whether it is going to be from Inland Empire or The Straight Story but she guarantees you that it will be both wonderful and strange!
The Pink Room specialty cocktails will be served all night & David Lynch films will played on the screen at the bar.
For $10 advanced tickets and $15 at the door, this is a bargain for a whole night out!
Time Out New York Critic's Pick & Top 5 in Nightlife
"There is no mistaking you have arrived in Twin Peaks" Broadway World
"Best use of glitter in 2011." Burlesque Beat
The Pink Room: David Lynch Burlesque
317 East Houston Street (at Attorney)
New York City
$10 advanced tickets
$15 at the door
21+, 2 drink minimum
Hosted by Schaffer the Darklord
Performances by: Boo Boo Darlin', Gemini Rising, Francine, Ruby Valentine, RunAround Sue, Tansy & Go-Go by Foxy Vermouth