Friday May 31st; Saturday June 1st; Sunday, June 2nd; Friday, June 7th; Saturday June 8th; and Sunday June 9th. Doors at 7, Show at 8.
Once upon a time there was a little boy who lived fierce and free. There was a little girl who longed for a man’s hands on her body. And there was also a grown man with psychotic tendencies, whose twisted mind spilled beyond the confines of his wretched skull. And there were Natives who made the forest come alive with their sacred medicine, and mermaids that seduced the living breath out of you, and bloodthirsty pirates with sick senses of humor. There were other little boys who were cast aside, and lustful fairies who were impatiently waiting for those lost little boys to be old enough.
There’s a piece of Never Ever Land in Brooklyn- The House of Yes theater. It is just big enough to tell a wonderful story that’s been told and retold for over 120 years. 120 years later, however, the world is no longer pure and the little boys and girls are no longer well behaved. Fairy tales have become psychedelic science fiction where sex and violence are rampant. Attention spans are shorter, the lights are brighter and the music has a lot of bass.
We have cast Salvador Dali as Captain James Hook. Wendy and Peter have phenomenal chemistry. The 22 person cast is the cream of the crop of NYC’s nightlife, cabaret and underground circus scenes. We all already know how to fly. That is the easy part.
Show will run Friday May 31st; Saturday June 1st; Sunday, June 2nd; Friday, June 7th; Saturday June 8th; and Sunday June 9th. Doors at 7, show at 8.
(Tickets $20-35 http://peterpanathouseofyes.