Sunday June 25th - 7:30PM
East Village

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Requirements :

  • All sales final. Tickets are non-refundable.
  • $18 minimum purchase per person in showroom (includes drinks and snacks) - NY Tax and 18% gratuity additional
  • Ages 16 and up only
  • Seating will be assigned based on on-time check in by groups as purchased. We cannot guarantee larger parties will be seated together or that tickets purchased separately can be combined at larger tables.
  • Walk up cover is higher than online presale price
  • VIP ACCESS: come 30 minutes early (7pm) and enjoy the pre-show which gives you special story insight, includes two additional tunes not included in the full show, and comes with a complimentary cocktail*. Add to any level of seating; play a game with Bruce, bring 15 cents for a newspaper from Nellie, listen to Marjorie and the ensemble croon the blues. (+$30 per person)

NY State Tax (8.875%) additional

Note: This event is at our East Village location
Fizz & Ginger

Composer/Conductor Whitney George and Librettist/Stage Director Bea Goodwin are back after their critically acclaimed opera Princess Maleine (2019) and radio drama tryptic In the Throes of Death (2020-23). Fizz & Ginger, a jazz musical for a new age, features members and friends of The Curiosity Cabinet who will ensure you have a roaring time in the era of bathtub gin and late night debauchery in the New York Comedy Club turned speak-easy: we’ll meet you at The Crossroads!

Fizz & Ginger traces the steps of the 1920s New Yorker nightlife reviewer, Lipstick (Caroline Miller), as she enters a party in pursuit of a story. Hot on the heels of her rum-running boyfriend Benny (Shane Brown), she finds him at The Crossroads, an underground speakeasy, mixed with company she’s never seen before. Old Tom Bullock (Kyle Oliver) is in town slinging drinks fresh out of his cocktail book while Marjorie (Allison Gish) croons the tunes of a lover lost to the Great War. Nellie, (MaKayla McDonald) a writer for Harlem’s The Messenger magazine, is there to support her Bohemian best friend Bruce (Francisco Corredor) who is necking with a man he shouldn’t be in cahoots with. This ensemble of six singers supported by a live jazz combo, pays homage to Lipstick’s reviews from the New Yorker archives.

*please note, our speakeasy requires an $18 drink minimum the evening of the performance
 where you will be served authentic 1920s cocktails or mocktails curated for Fizz & Ginger.

** VIP ACCESS available during checkout