The KGB Complex, a three story speakeasy converted into two theatres (The Kraine and The Red Room) and a bar (KGB), has announced schedule changes to their new solo performance and monologue series titled, Red Nights @ KGB.
The series kicked off April 16 & 17 with the return of some solo show faves: Maybe I Can Get Laid in Jail by Mark Malkoff, I Am My Own Cheap Thrill by Amanda Vogel, Overheard by Russell Dobular, and Assurbanipal Babilla's Something Something Uber Alles. Both Overheard and Uber Alles have closed, performances continue for the other two shows.
Malkoff's Jail tells of his comic adventures stalking cast members of Saturday Night Live, growing up in Hershey, PA and what it's like being a virgin at the ripe old age of 23. Maybe I Can Get Laid... will perform at The Red Room on Saturdays at 10:30 PM.
Cheap Thrill, written by and starring Vogel, is a critique of what one woman sees as a "male-dominated culture," utilizing her own stories and newspaper headlines -- she gives voice to the concerns of America's female urban youth. I Am My Own... performs Fridays at 10:30 PM at The Kraine.
KGB is located at 85 East 4th Street (next door to New York Theatre Workshop). For tickets ($12) or more info call (212) 777-6088. -- By Sean McGrath