Iris Rose: The Siren Song of the Silver Screen presented by TWEED
This show is presented by TWEED Theater Works "Sundays @ Seven" series, Kevin Malony Artistic Director.
Film buff Iris Rose returns to Pangea for the final performance of The Siren Song of the Silver Screen, which combines her love of cinema with her ear for great songs. Genres represented range from cult films to kids' classics, from Bond flicks to horror movies. Iris will be accompanied by Christopher Berg on piano, Daniel Gatlin on Celtic harp, and a special appearance by James Siena on ukelele. Part of TWEED's Sundays at Seven.
Iris Rose is a longtime resident of the East Village, where she performed, wrote, and directed many shows with the group Watchface in the 1980s (archived at watchface.nyc) at the Pyramid Club, La MaMa, and PS 122, among many other venues. In 2008 she founded the short-lived Theater of the Grasshopper that presented offbeat shows for kids and adults. She is currently a designer of children's clothing (Mackrelmint on Etsy), a sewing teacher, and a performer whenever the opportunity arises.
Photo by Joe Siena
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Downtowns intimate supper-club Pangea is the ultimate in alt, playing home to some of the best in alt cabaret. The New York Times recently called it a bohemian oasis not unlike the fabled Maxs Kansas City from days gone by."
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