Following Bleecker Street Closing, Ziggy Stardust to Rise and Fall Again at The Producer's Club

News   Following Bleecker Street Closing, Ziggy Stardust to Rise and Fall Again at The Producer's Club
 
Sarah Mucho and System Noise will bring back their acclaimed live interpretation of David Bowie's classic album, "The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars," on Halloween to The Producers Club.

The show was originally scheduled for The Bleecker Street Theatre, but the venue had to be changed when that theatre closed its doors recently due to a dispute with its landlord.

The Ziggy Stardust concert will be the centerpiece of the Space Oddity: Halloween 2010 event at 11 PM, which will also feature The Lounge-O-Leers at 10:30 PM and 12 AM and Wounded Buffalo Theory at 12:30 AM, in addition to prizes, drink specials and free candy.

Mucho and System Noise (which also includes Kurt Leege, Paul Pouthier, Sanford Arisumi, Michael Isaacs and Clare Cooper) last performed Ziggy Stardust in October 2005. They will return with new cast members Liz Lark Brown, Rob Malko and Mark Bailey, under the direction of filmmaker/playwright Aaron Mark.

"Using elements of theatre and cabaret along with the pure excitement and energy of rock and roll (much like Bowie himself)," press notes state, Mucho "remains true to its musical brilliance while interjecting her own commentary and style throughout."

The Lounge-O-Leers' act, featuring cabaret's Ricky Ritzel and Aaron Morishita, is described this way: "Playing a mélange of bachelor pad sounds in their trademark deadpan style throughout the event, the Lounge-O-Leers present a living soundtrack expressly for the entertainment of the subconscious mind." Wounded Buffalo Theory "will take the stage for the dancing/party portion of the night, all set to images from Halloween-themed sci-fi films." The Producers Club is located at 358 West 44th Street. Tickets are $25 and are now available at showclix.com.

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