Tonight in New York City: Watch your aggressions played out on the improv stage, listen to the music of Darius Jones at Carnegie Hall, or dance the night away to Daft Punk at The Bell House in Brooklyn. By Carly Petrone.
Psycho..Entirely From Memory & More
Gear up for an evening of wacky fun at Videology in Brooklyn Starting at 9 p.m., watch Psycho…entirely from memory. Ten Bones Theatre Company is putting eight actors up on stage to recreate the film. The catch? There are three rules: They must incorporate lines written by the audience; They must incorporate any sound effect played by the host; One lucky audience member can honk a horn three times and the actors must create a scene that makes perfect sense given where they are in the story. Plus, you can stick around to watch the Saved by the Bell (Halloween Edition) as performed by Andrew Dice Clay impersonator Tori.
The Friday Night Sh*w
Are you itching to get something off your chest? Tonight’s your chance to let it all out when the Magnet Theater players take the stage during The Friday Night Sh*w. Audience members are invited to anonymously write down their repressed rants, curing-outs, and sultry confessions to fuel a fast-paced brawl of hilarity. Think of it as comedic therapy. Show starts at 8:30 p.m. and tickets are $10.
Music of Darius Jones
Alto saxophonist and composer Darius Jones makes his Carnegie Hall debut tonight with The Overoul Manual, a song cycle performed by his vocal quartet, The Elizabeth-Caroline Unit. Take in this amazing a cappella performance inside one of the most beautiful and historical venues in the city. Concert starts at 8 p.m. and tickets range from $40-$60.
Daft Club: A Daft punk Tribute Party
Daft Punk fans should head over to The Bell House tonight for A Daft Punk Tribute Party. DJ HOLLA! & DJ Orion Traver are throwing another celebration with music from the band that brought you Around the World and may have even helped you Get Lucky. Get ready to dance starting at 10 p.m. Admission is free.
Copenhagen: Q&A with David Figueroa
Watch a special screening of the film Copenhagen tonight at Village East Cinema. Producer David Figueroa will be there to take part in a Q&A immediately after the screening, where he will talk about the storyline of a man searching for his grandmother in the European town only to find a woman half his age who challenges him like no one ever has. Learn more tonight starting at 7:50 p.m. Tickets range from $10.75-$14.