Don't miss out on your chance to experience Royal Osiris Karaoke Ensemble's LUV Pavilion before they break up with 652 Woodward Avenue on May 30. The final week of programming begins tonight Meg Ryan Monday screening of You've Got Mail in kaleidoscopic LUV-vision and will conclude on Saturday, May 30 with OBIE-award winners CATCH 69 (feel the luv) and an after party to benefit Immediate Medium's AGENCY Program, a new architecture to help independent artists raise money, produce work, make connections, develop business acumen, and share their hard-won knowledge with their peers. Artists currently supported by AGENCY are Blake Carrington, Lisa Clair, David Commander, Jim Findlay, Siobhan Gandy, JJ Lind, New Saloon, Rob Ramirez, Royal Osiris Karaoke Ensemble, and Jillian Sweeney + Jeffrey Cranor.
Please join us for a night of weird wild fun and help us continue to support projects like LUV Pavilion and new work by the artists of the future.
The Lover // $65 // 6:00pm Pre-show cocktails in Max Dana's garden + 8:00pm CATCH 69 + 9:30pm open bar after party with IM's own DJ Rob the Rich
The Player // $40 // 8:00pm CATCH 69 + 9:30pm open bar after party
The One Night Stand // $20 // 9:30pm open bar after party only
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CATCH 69 (feel the luv)
Saturday May 30 // 8:00pm
All tickets $15 at the door, beer included
652 Woodward Avenue
M train to Seneca / L train to Myrtle-Wyckoff
For this very special edition, CATCH couples with Royal Osiris Karaoke Ensemble for an evening of devotion to the goddess Aphrodite herself. Via the frenzied union of performance and karaoke, CATCH 69 will conjure a commingling, intertwining invocation of LUV.
Featuring work and karaoke by:
Cara Francis !
James Harrison Monaco & Jerome Ellis !
Kim Katzberg & Raquel Cion!
Jenn Kidwell !
Yvonne Meier !
Rebecca Patek !
+ karaoke digital ritual flow by DJ Rob the Rich !
Curated with reckless delicacy by Jeff Larson, Andrew Dinwiddie, and Caleb Hammons.
This project is supported, in part, by funds from the Nancy Quinn Fund, a program of A.R.T./New York, and public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the New York State Council for the Arts.