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Oil in the Alley’s Vaudeville at The Crossroads with Busekrus, Dress-for-the-80s Contest, Performance Poetry, Art by Michelle Poppler & host Shannon Winpenny
March 27, 2014 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm$10
Please help Oil in the Alley by coming out for this fantastic show! It’s a great place to see us play, but it’s big – so we need to fill seats so we can keep coming back. If you’ve been waiting for the right time to see an OIL show, WAIT NO MORE!!!
Come dressed in your best 80s rockin’ attire for our DRESS-THE-80s-CONTEST!
It’s more fun that the largest measure of fun perceivable to the human brain. THIS is Oil in the Alley Vaudeville, bringing Variety to a night of musical/theatrical/poetical entertainment.
Where: The Crossroads at Hawaiian Brian’s – a brand new, beautiful venue with a full bar and an enclosed concert space (no billiard balls clacking!)
1680 Kapiolani Blvd., 2nd floor 946-1343
When: Thursday, March 27th at 7:30 pm
How Much: $10 (no advance sales, plenty of seats)
Why: The March of Time
POETRY IN PERFORMANCE with Jenilea Heath, Joanna Gordon, Faith Pascua, Serena Ngaio Simmons, and Kamalei Hee. The power, punch, and playfulness of the spoken word.
Local pop-punk/rock band BUSEKRUS (pronounced Boo-zee-cruise) will perform favorites from their upcoming album, Boombox Starship, to be officially released at The Crossroads at Hawaiian Brian’s on April 11.
BUSEKRUS is Marcus Büsekrüs – guitar, vocals; Demitri Marmash – bass guitar, vocals; Mike Jones – drums; and Mike Schmidt – guitar, vocals
OIL IN THE ALLEY plays improvised rock’n’roll. In a tuneful, original music way. An awesomely beat-heavy hook-happy bighaired way. It’s never the same twice, but it’s always a smash selection of the greatest hits from their heyday in the late 80s/early 90s. (with Big Hair design by LISA PONCE DE LEON and Lighting by JAY POLK)
OIL IN THE ALLEY is Sean T.C. O’Malley – guitar, vocals; R. Kevin Garcia Doyle – vocals; Bri X – bass; and Dan Cutter – drums.
OIL IN THE ALLEY
You’ll also note a touch of artistry coming from our ARTIST-IN-ROCKIN’-RESIDENCE, Michelle Jericho Poppler of Michy Moody Productions. Michelle will be stageside doing realtime art work in response to the show (artwork will be available for purchase after the performance).
Holding it all together will be the classiest, the sassiest Mistress of Ceremonies – none other than Shannon Winpenny. THAT Shannon Winpenny? Yes, that’s the one.