Annie Golden Goes to Prison at Joe's Pub, Aug. 13

News   Annie Golden Goes to Prison at Joe's Pub, Aug. 13 Who's the only genuine veteran of the late '70s, New York Punk Rock scene currently starring on Broadway? That would be Annie Golden, who, before The Full Monty; before On the Town and her other Broadway and Off-Broadway credits; before starring in the film version of "Hair," was the lead singer of the Punk group The Shirts.

Who's the only genuine veteran of the late '70s, New York Punk Rock scene currently starring on Broadway? That would be Annie Golden, who, before The Full Monty; before On the Town and her other Broadway and Off-Broadway credits; before starring in the film version of "Hair," was the lead singer of the Punk group The Shirts.

Golden returns to her roots on Aug. 13, when she plays a single show at Joe's Pub, the cabaret space off the Public Theatre in downtown Manhattan. The actress-singer has developed a story telling song-cycle with Peter Calandra, called Annie Golden's Velvet Prison..

Golden's other stage credits include La Terresse at Manhattan Theatre Club and Assassins as Playwrights Horizons (as Squeaky Fromme).

Tickets are $20. Joe's Pub is located at (212) 539-8645.

—By Robert Simonson