Culturebot Recommends LA Party
Just got back from the COLLAPSABLE HOLE where I finally got to see Phil Soltanoff’s LA PARTY. I saw a bit of it in PRELUDE but had to keep running back and forth. Then I couldn’t get in to see it at HERE during Under The Radar because it kept selling out. And with good reason. It is a really fantastic, hilarious, entertaining and surreal freakout of a show. The premise is simple. Dave, a hardcore raw food vegan, goes from NYC to Los Angeles to celebrate his friend/cousin John’s 30th birthday. Drug-fueled antics ensue. But the story is channeled through three actors, projections and loopy sound fx creating a real sensory thrill ride through a neurotic’s bacchanalia. The show is short – I think it runs about 40 minutes? – and the storytelling is riveting. Not to mention hilarious. Tickets are cheap and include free budweiser. Its a friggin’ steal! Go see this show!!
@ The Collapsable Hole
146 Metropolitan Ave. (Berry St.) in Williamsburg, Brooklyn 11211
Feb 18 – 20 and Feb 25 – 27.
8pm with 10pm shows on the Fridays and Saturdays 19, 20, 26, 27.
ALSO a benefit show for Haiti on Sunday Feb 21 @ 5pm
TIckets are 15.00 cash only