The PEN Cabaret with Bea Payla - May 3, 2008


The PEN Cabaret
WHEN: Saturday, May 3 at 8 p. m.
WHERE: Webster Hall, 125 East 11th St. NYC
With Sebastian Horsley, Bill T. Jones, Bea Palya, John Wesley Harding, Aleksandar Hemon, Erika Stucky, and special guests

Swiss singer-songwriter Erika Stucky yodels like you’ve never heard before, and, of all things, plays a spade. Hungarian singer Bea Palya is making waves across the world with her brand of Hungarian and Bulgarian folk music, with hints of jazz as well as Persian and Hindi sung poems. Author Wesley Stace performs in his musical guise of John Wesley Harding. Bosnian-born author Aleksandar Hemon reads from his new novel, The Lazarus Project, while legendary dancer Bill T. Jones performs a solo piece from his work Ballad. Sebastian Horsley continues the honorable tradition of the eccentric dandyism of Lord Byron, Oscar Wilde, and Quentin Crisp. He may just recount his own personal crucifixion or other hilarious episodes from his new memoir Dandy in the Underworld.

$15/$10 PEN Members
Purchase tickets from Smarttix: or (212)868-4444
*Government-issued photo ID required: 21+

Date : 2008-05-03
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