This October, The Desultory Theatre Club teams up with Hole In The Wall Theater to bring you…
The Halloween Massacr-ade, featuring Elmwood Productions‘ award-winning puppet horror film, HEAD.
The evening of terror begins with a screening of the film HEAD, followed by music by The Super Scenics. A cash bar and other treats will be available to keep your thirst and hunger at bay. (We don’t want you eating the other guests, after all…)
It’s not a Halloween party without costumes! The theme for the night is Summer Camp Killers v. Counselors. Dress up as your favorite Slasher (or create one of your own) or one of the Camp Counselors they love to stalk and you may take home the prize for best costume!
When: Friday, October 21, 2016 – 7 pm – 12 midnight
Admission: $10 at the door
Please note that this is not a BYOB event.
For more information, check out the Facebook Event page.
For our 5th Annual Robot Dance-Off, we are zooming down to New Britain this year, where The Desultory Theatre Club has partnered with the New Britain Museum of American Art to bring you…
Museum After Dark: Cyber-Noir Beach Party!!!
Step 1: Decide to attend as a human, robo-detective, cyborg beach bunny, or 8-bit sea creature made from recycled materials.
Step 2: Show up and short out the competition’s circuit boards with your smooth moves.
Prizes will be awarded for Best Overall Robot, Hottest Motherboard, and Robot with the Best Dance Moves.
Professor M at last year’s Robot Dance Off – photo by Carrie Vibert
Knock your nuts and bolts around to surf rock by The Clams, get down to DJ zErp‘s spins… (sure enough to blow your circuits!).
Sarah B. Sweet at last year’s Robot Dance-Off – photo by Carrie Vibert
Bonus: experience this year’s M(art)ket, a silent auction featuring original local art, wine tastings at area vineyards, Central Rock Gym climbing passes, and the latest NBMAA merchandise and membership options.
Friday, August 12, 2016 – 8-11PM
Admission: $20 Members | $25 non-Members (which includes entrance to the galleries and exhibitions, live music, beer, wine, and light snacks)
$5 cash bar mixed drinks
Online ticket sales end one week prior to the event. Tickets purchased online will be redeemed at the prepaid check-in table the night of the event. Costumes cannot extend more than 12 inches in any direction off a person; those that do may be adjusted or require removal.
For more information, please contact the NBMAA Front Desk at (860) 229-0257, ext. 0, or email email@example.com.
New Britain Museum of American Art
56 Lexington Street
New Britain, CT 06052
The Desultory Theatre Club and Snapper Magee’s proudly present…. Our 3rd Annual….
ROBOT DANCE OFF 2015!!!
If you were there to catch any of the chaos from our robot themed rock n roll dance parties over the last few years, then you enjoyed dancing to some pretty awesome music surrounded by robots–or chances are that you were you were even a robot yourself!!
So come to Snapper Magee’s, dress like a robot (or not), and dance, laugh, and rock the night away with 3 awesome bands! From CT we have CHICA NON GRATA and JENNIFER HILL! Also returning this year from NYC, it’s THE FANTASTIC PLASTICS!!
Can your sonic capacitor handle this kind of heat Torrington?
And it’s ONLY FIVE BUCKS!! That’s only 5 SMACKERS!!
21 & Over! Get ready to drink and win some Prizes!!
Best Robot Costume, Sexiest Robot Costume and Robot with the Best Dance Moves!! Also… Mystery Prizes?!? Do you have what it takes?
You don’t have to be a robot to have a great time!
…but we encourage you to let your imagination run WILD!!
Who knows what the night has in store for us?!?!?!?
178 Water Street, Torrington, CT 06790
Cash only, so plan accordingly (there are ATMs in the nearby Stop & Shop and TD Bank)!
ROBOTS INVADE TORRINGTON THIS WEEKEND!!!
Join a robot invasion this weekend! On Saturday 3/29 at 10pm, the Desultory Theatre Club will present their 2nd annual Robot Dance Off: 2014 hosted by Snapper Magee’s at 178 Water Street in Torrington, CT. Nationally recognized musical acts including Ghost & Goblin, the Fantastic Plastics and The Super Scenics will provide the live music. Although wearing a robot costume is not required for attendance, Keith Paul, the artistic director of the Desultory Theatre Club, advises that prizes will be handed out for Best in Show, Sexiest and Robot with the Best Dance Moves.
“Last year’s event was filled with so many surprises,” said Paul. “People traveled from all over to be there, I can only imagine how amazing and crazy this years’ Dance Off will be!”
Tickets will be available at the door when they open at 9pm.