Tonight: Skits N Tits at Bowery Poetry Club

Posted on: December 9th, 2009 at 6:11 am by

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Tonight is the one year anniversary celebration of Skits N Tits at the Bowery Poetry Club.  The event will feature the debut of the new roving craft brigade, Craftermath.  Stop by at 10 pm for some debauchery.

To the Boogie inbox!

Skits N Tits! One Year Anniversary Holiday Party
Bowery Poetry Club
308 Bowery (btwn Houston and Bleecker)
Wed, 12/9 10pm til 12am
(Band rocks out @ midnite, followed by a dance party!
Only $ 5
Featuring and Produced by: Jessica Delfino, Diane O’ Debra and Steph Sabelli

Guest Starring: Victor Varnado (Comedy Central), Mike Amato (Andy Kaufman Award Finalist), Irish Comedian Des Bishop
Liam McEneaney (VH1, Comedy Central), Ross Hyzer (Aspen Comedy Fest, Huffington Post), Ali Wong (SF Weekly, “Best Comedian 2009”), and more. Fresh sketches and film shorts, along with the burlesque stylings of Julie Atlas Muz and in-house burlesque troupe The Chi-Ciones. Get there early for gift bags! (limited supply) from Kong Magazine and Pleasure Chest (Hello, vibrators!) Raffle prizes by PBR & CRAFTERMATH!
Hosted by Uncle Shappy as “Sensual Santa” and stage managed by Our Lady of Perpetual PMS.
CRAFTERMATH (like Aftermath, get it?) are a roving craft brigade that will for be on hand the whole night. CRAFTERMATH sells cheap and totally original art oddities that are both stylish and humorous. Please visit the CRAFTERMATH table for lots of X-mas gifts made from alternative materials like tampons, condoms, and concrete!
(JUGGERNUT – the manly freak elctro band w/2 hot babe nutsack suit dancers plays @ midnight – followed by a dance party!)

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