Date: 07/11/2014 - 07/13/2014
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Fri 7.11 - Absinthe Heroes Drom, 85 Ave A, 7-9pm, $10 adv / $15 door A one-man steampunk musical by Jeff Mach; music by Psyche Corporation, musical adaptation by Robare James Pruyn-Bush. A satirical tale of an airship race, mad science, and a chocolatier gone bad. Jeff Mach is the producer of The Steampunk World's Fair, with an attendance of 6,000 people. Sat 7.12 - The Lost Circus 5th Anniversary (circus meets dark cabaret with a steampunk twist) Irondale Center, 85 S Oxford St, Fort Greene, BK, 9pm-4am $20 until 7.5 / $25 after / $10 after 1am, 21+ (25+ suggested) The Circus is said to have started in ancient Egypt when the court entertainers of an immortal Pharaoh escaped their slavery under a midnight moon. They have traveled the globe for centuries, gathering talent from every great empire as the empire itself begins to crumble: Istanbul, Saint Petersburg, London, Berlin...and now they have made it across the sea. Discover a circus long lost, with music from times gone by or times that never were. The circus unfolds to live bands and in between: acrobatics, aerial, juggling and more, all in a 19th century church with soaring ceilings, stained glass windows and wraparound balcony. With: Shayfer James: dark, danceable anthems of mischief The Dolomites: sake-soaked orgy of Japanese Balkan Tribal musik Frenchy and the Punk: flapper bohemian punk cabaret Bindlestiff Family Cirkus: an elaborate lineup of acts by this NYC institution of 20 years DJ Joro Boro: bridging the dust of Burning Man with the sounds of a rogue Slavic circus Plus: Steampunk photo booth by Tsirkus Fotografika Fabulous face & body painting by Painteresse Elysabeth Live ink fashion portraits by Yao Xiao Tarot readings by psychic-to-the-stars Peri Lyons Extreme balloons by The Balloonatic from Neverland Balloons DIY steampunk art, inventions, and dream-weaving booth by Dr. X. Catalyst Wearable art by multiple vendors, including Mustache Mermaid, Canes Enable, Knot Very Nice and more A selection of interactive antique curiosities by The Museum of Interesting Things Specialty potions by The House of St Eve (T.H.O.S.E. drinks), including absinthe and other delights You can learn more about each artist below. Dress code: Dark cabaret, traveling circus, steampunk Victorian, neo-tribal, funky formal, desert wanderer, Edward Gorey, Tim Burton, Mad Max, City of Lost Children -- or at least cocktail attire. Stilts & characters welcome. Effort required / dress code more flexible after 1am. Sun 7.13 - Steampunk Secret Speakeasy 6pm-late, $10 to support the Museum The Loft at Prince Street, 177 Prince St bet Thompson & Sullivan, 6th Floor penthouse The Museum of Interesting Things, 19th Century Society & Steampunk NYC MeetUp take over a Soho loft for a special party. Drinks, music [original vinyl records] & beautiful visuals [16mm short films]. Demos and playtime with steampunk antiques. We will bring items from our vast collection of photography / film / 3D / animation items.Click here for more cheap New York City events & things to do.
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