Comic Improvised Sermon as The Reverend Raymond Nader // 2/26/2010 @ BAX!

My friend Victoria Libertore invited me to perform my comic improvised sermon act as The Reverend Raymond Nader for the fundraiser for her new one-woman show Girl Meat debuting this spring. Here are the details and I hope you can make it out–the sermons are completely improvised based off of audience suggestion and they are a rip-roarin’ good time!

Girl Meat Fun(d)raiser!

Join Victoria Libertore and friends in this celebration of her ten years devoted to making performance in NYC. It’s a party and performance with Cynthia Hopkins, Maddy Mann & Lexie Miller, Comedian Robin Cloud, The Reverend Raymond Nader as well as burlesque beauties making their debut: Kstar, Jazabel, Maya Lusion, Poisoned Ivy and Reverend Harness! DJ Cray Cuban aka/Alberto Denis will take us from the performances into partying and dancing. Light food and beverages for you! All funds go towards her new show Girl Meat.

Silent auction and raffle items include: headshot/portrait session, audition/feedback with a theatre, TV and film agent, theatre and dance tickets, one-on-one yoga session, one-on-one drumming session, reiki session, Body Talk session, trapeze lesson, high-end hair cut, framed photography, intuitive reading. If you can’t make it and want to donate, go here: BAX/Victoria Libertore

According to legend, Countess Elizabeth Bathory is the most prolific female serial killer in history. Drinking and bathing in the blood of her victims, she tortured and killed hundreds of women. Intrigued by this true story, solo performer Victoria Libertore channels Bathory’s essence with intensity, a dose of camp and a hint of insanity. All the while exploring why as a society we find naked, twisted-up, bloodied bodies of women so damn fascinating. Direction by Rosalie Purvis. Dramaturgy by Jen-Scott Mobley. Set design by Jono Lukas. Costume design by Jeff Sturdivant.

Friday, February 26th, 7pm. Performance at 8:00.
Party until 11:00.

The Brooklyn Arts Exchange
421 Fifth Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11215

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Suggested admission: $15
But all are welcome.

If so, make a comment below!

By | 2010-02-27T00:24:34+00:00 February 15th, 2010|Categories: Acting News, Past Appearances, General News, Performances|Tags: , |0 Comments

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Ben Hauck is an actor based in New York City.

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