Art Vivant – Speakeasy Series, Thursday, March 27th

Kate Bush just announced that she will be performing her first live shows since 1979 this August and September during a 15-day residency at London’s Eventim, Apollo Hammersmith.  Unfortunately, there’s no word yet that her “tour” will extend outside of  London.  For those of us that can’t make it to the other side of the pond, newcomer Tiger Darrow sings in a high, lilting singing style that reminds us of Ms. Bush.  She will be performing this Thursday in New York City at a private speakeasy event hosted by Isaac Gut and Alan Joseph.  We can’t promise she dances in a similar fashion, though.

The second in their “Art Vivant – Speakeasy Series” the event will also include comedy by Rob Paravonian, vaudeville by Lindsey Hope Pearlman, burlesque by La Bella Roma, sideshow by Reggie Bügmüncher, live painting by Minji Reem, and a musical performance by Isaac Gut.  To attend  send an email with your mailing address to [email protected]   You will be mailed an invitation, which you will show to the camera above the bell when you arrive.  The rest of the info is below:

Art Vivant model

Model holding finished portrait, painted by Martin Russocki at the Inaugural “Art Vivant” event

Art Vivant – Speakeasy Series II
Thursday, March 27th, 2014

A gathering of artists, musicians and creatives in a secret location in New York City, for an intimate night of performances. “Art Vivant!” is a not for profit monthly series geared towards bringing artists together and supporting creative expression – to make this event possible a suggested donation of $8-$16 per guest will be requested.

RESERVATIONS ARE ACCEPTED ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS. To keep things intimate, space is STRICTLY limited so please RSVP only if you sincerely plan on attending and please include the full names and emails of any additional guests you are bringing along.

The event starts at 8:00, curtains at 8:30, please be prompt, as we cannot guarantee admission once the show has begun.

Speakeasy vibe – 1920’s dress code if you feel it!  Drinks and light snacks will be available