Is it a party or a festival of music? We can't decide, and neither should you! Come to Marcie and Ruthie's place for an extravaganza to kick off what almost appears to be summer! Bryan Fenkart, Samantha Brown, Marcie Grambeau, plus other surprise musical guests are slated to perform.
$10 for ALL YOU CAN DRINK! Free food! Live music!
Does it get any better than that??? We think not. All proceeds will go to MBCT's production of MEDEA, and where else in the greater Manhattan area can you get booze that cheap? Uh... almost nowhere.
Friday, May 1, 8pm - 2am May 2 Marcie and Ruthie's 214 Devoe Street Brooklyn, NY
Producing a play takes time, passion, and finances. Even in this economy, MBCT is proud to stick its chest out, poke its nose above the clouds, and put one foot in front of the other until we walk right into a packed theatre! To get there, your help is needed. MBCT is a one-woman company, and I am grateful for the artists with whom I work. However, it is your financial support that prints the postcards, rents the theatre, builds the costumes, lights the stage, and allows us to rehearse night after night. I call on your generosity to help MBCT bring the story of MEDEA come to life.
The foremost way to contribute is a personal donation:
* $20 and up will receive a Thank You in the program * $50 and up will receive a Thank You in the program and priority seating * $100 and up will receive a Thank You in the program, priority seating, and an invitation to the cast party
MBCT; Modern But Classical Theatre is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a not-for-profit arts service organization. Contributions in behalf of MBCT may be made payable to Fractured Atlas and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.