Love Drunk Life is super stoked to bring you some upcoming live events.
"call me by your stage name" book launch party
Join as at the Arden Theatre's Independence Foundation Studio for a book launch party for Theatre Critic Trump's Call Me By Your Stage Name. The event will start at 7pm and feature live music.
Call Me By Your Stage Name, a new book by infamous twitter character Theatre Critic Trump is a follow up to 2017’s Theatre Critic Trump’s Bigly Yuge Guide to Booking Broadway & Beyond: Volume 1. An outrageous parody with chapter titles such as “Spanish Lessons With Lea Michele” and “So You’ve Failed As An Actor But Still Want Attention”, Call Me By Your Stage Name satirizes Broadway and the entertainment industry as well as the increasingly unstable world in which we live. The book is absolutely not for children unless you are a very free spirited parent.
Set to be officially released on August 25th, you can pre-order the book now at a discounted rate HERE. Every order will include a free “Is Your Child Tweeting About CATS?” magnet.
Written by Theatre Critic Trump with cover art by Michelle Lupo, the book was edited by Marissa Hecker and Angie Cocuzza and is being released by Love Drunk Life.
THE MURDER & BOOZE CABARET
Love Drunk Life will bring two shows to this year’s Philadelphia Fringe Festival. First up will be The Murder & Booze Cabaret, opening September 6th at the Arden Theater Hamilton Family Arts Center. The show recently enjoyed a run in the New Jersey Fringe Festival.
Originally commissioned in 2015 as apart of the One Book New Canaan Project, The Murder & Booze Cabaret features real and real-crazy drunken tales of fame and violence from the 1920s fused with jazzy riffs on modern pop songs for a night of high notes, low blows, and bespoke cocktails. Devised by Katie Frazer and Brandon Monokian and directed by Shamus Hunter McCarty, the show will star Allison Boyle, Camille E. Young and Sam Kwietniak. Kwietniak will also provide musical arrangements for the show.
For tickets to The Murder & Booze Cabaret, head HERE.
Love Drunk Life’s second Philly Fringe entry will open September 7th at the Arden Theater Hamilton Family Arts Center and is a reading of new play amethyst. written by Love Drunk Life’s Brandon Monokian and directed by Becky Fleckner. Set in a post-apocalyptic near future, amethyst. explores a world where vodka is made from seashells and the only music to have survived the apocalypse is Tchaikovsky and Britney Spears. A group of survivors must now rebuild. The play is a part of EveryLibrary’s third biannual Artist in Residence program which features Love Drunk Life’s Monokian as well as illustrator, instructor, and live drawer Rachel Duggan and visual artist, author, poet, and facilitator VersAnnette Blackman-Bosia. For more information on EveryLibrary and their Artist in Residence program, please visit everylibrary.org
A future performance is planned for September 28th at the Princeton Public Library.
For tickets to the Philly Fringe production of amethyst. head HERE.