Ripley and Pascal Go Back Into Sh-k-Boom Room Together June 14, 28 and July 12

News   Ripley and Pascal Go Back Into Sh-k-Boom Room Together June 14, 28 and July 12 She's been one-half of a Siamese twin and an innocent girl caught in a very strange, cross-dressing castle, while he's been a struggling, AIDS infected musician looking for that one song and an Egyptian prince with a doomed passion for one of his slaves. And that's just their night jobs. Alice Ripley and Adam Pascal are also singer-songwriters, pursuing music careers outside of musical theatre.

She's been one-half of a Siamese twin and an innocent girl caught in a very strange, cross-dressing castle, while he's been a struggling, AIDS infected musician looking for that one song and an Egyptian prince with a doomed passion for one of his slaves. And that's just their night jobs. Alice Ripley and Adam Pascal are also singer-songwriters, pursuing music careers outside of musical theatre. Together, the two will perform their self-penned rock-n-roll June 14, 28 and July 12 at the Sh-k-Boom Room in The Cutting Room restaurant and bar. Both record for the Sh-k-Boom Records label. Pascal released his "Model Prisoner" solo CD in May, 2000; Ripley just released hers, entitled "Everything's Fine," June 12.

Tickets are $15. For reservations, e-mail BoomRoom@sh-k-boom.com. The Cutting Room is located at 19 West 24th Street. To order Ripley's and Pascal's CDs, visit www.sh-k-boomrecords.com.