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To Feinstein's/
54 Below

October 20, 2014

Cover charge: $35 – 45
Premium: $70

Cover Charge Additional $5 At Door

Food & Beverage Minimum $25

 

Mon, Oct 20 7:00 Doors 5:00 Buy Tickets
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Tickets on the day of performance after 2:00pm are only available by calling 646.476.3551.

 

BLOODSONG OF LOVE

Live in Concert

Written by Joe Iconis

Produced by Jennifer Ashley Tepper

Directed by John Simpkins

Before Django got Unchained… Before there were a Million Ways To Die in the West… There was The Musician singing his Bloodsong of Love.

Joe Iconis’s Bloodsong of Love premiered in a workshop production at Ars Nova in 2010, played for four weeks, got nominated for three Drama Desk Awards, and rode off towards the sunset.  But now it’s back and ready to cause a ruckus right in the heart of Times Square.  This immersive, concert-staging will give the audience a chance to experience the piece in a dynamic and intimate setting, and offer a glimpse into its future.

Bloodsong of Love is a musical interpretation of a Spaghetti Western film.  A dizzying work of high-octane rock and roll, it’s story spins out in a breathless series of chapters that both embrace and shatter the conventions of classic musical theater.  With unforgettable characters, tuneful songs, intense action and buckets of heart, the show is about staying true to what you believe in and never giving up.  Stephen Sondheim meets Quentin Tarantino inBloodsong of Love: a raging battle cry for those who believe in art and love and the sticking together!

Bloodsong of Love is that rare show that looks, sounds, and acts as though it’s setting a trend, rather than just following one.” -Matthew Murray, Talkin’ Broadway

Starring:
Katrina Rose Dideriksen (Hairspray, Jerry Springer The Opera)
Eric William Morris (The Last Goodbye, Mamma Mia!)
Jeremy Morse (Drama Desk nominee for Bloodsong of Love)
Lance Rubin (Billy Witch, The Opposite of Sex)
Phillipa Soo (Natasha, Pierre, And The Great Comet Of 1812)
and Jason SweetTooth Williams (The Disappearing Man, Things To Ruin)