Ann Magnuson's Rave Mom Crashes After Trip at P.S. 122 in NYC, Oct. 28

News   Ann Magnuson's Rave Mom Crashes After Trip at P.S. 122 in NYC, Oct. 28 Ann Magnuson ends her "trip" at downtown New York City's Performance Space 122 as her solo-show Rave Mom (Or: One Woman's Mid-life Crisis in the Last Year of the 20th Century) ends its scheduled run Oct. 28. David Schweizer directed the show which began Oct. 4 and officially opened Oct. 14.

Ann Magnuson ends her "trip" at downtown New York City's Performance Space 122 as her solo-show Rave Mom (Or: One Woman's Mid-life Crisis in the Last Year of the 20th Century) ends its scheduled run Oct. 28. David Schweizer directed the show which began Oct. 4 and officially opened Oct. 14.

In Rave Mom, a single woman who has been there and done that, and thought she had it all under control suddenly finds she may not. Following a Marilyn Manson show in Las Vegas on New Year's Eve, she does the drug "ecstasy" for the first time and takes a wild ride between the California rave scene and New York, with, of course, a stop in the Nevada desert at Burning Man before finally finding the meaning of life from an unlikely source.

Magnuson played her show at P.S. 122 earlier this year. Recently seen seated between Lolita Davidovich and fellow downtowner Sarah Jones, Off-Broadway in The Vagina Monologues, Magnuson's varied credits include film, television, and music on top of her stage work. Her recent work includes "2001: Yesterday's Tomorrow Today," which played at Joe's Pub, the film "The Caveman's Valentine" and guest spots on "The Drew Carey Show," as well as her Cinemax special "Vandemonium." She has recorded five albums with the band Bongwater and her own solo album titled "The Luv Show."

To join the Rave Mom at P.S. 122, 150 First Avenue (at Ninth Street), call for tickets at (212) 477-5288. For more information, visit www.ps122.org or the show's website at www.ravemom.com.

— by Ernio Hernandez