Ars Nova Hosts ARS NOVA 54: A New Year's Eve Spectacular Tonight
Ars Nova has announced this year's New Year's Eve Spectacular, the grand finale to its 10th Anniversary year.
Come blow it out in style at Ars Nova 54: A New Year's Eve Spectacular, a Studio 54-inspired party featuring two floors of disco beats new and old, scantily clad go-go dancers and titillating live performances. There 's nothing you can do at 54 that you can't walk away from in the morning.
Tickets are available at two levels: the $150 In-Crowd Ticket includes admission to both floors, open bar all night and a champagne toast atmidnight. The $300 V.I.P. Ticket gets you all of the above plus the full Studio 54 celebrity treatment: skip-the-line check in, private coat check, top shelf cocktail service, delicious appetizers and desserts as well as access to exclusive V.I.P.-only rooms. Early bird ticket prices of $100 (The In-Crowd) and $250 (The V.I.P.) are available if you purchase before November 27. All proceeds benefit Ars Nova's ongoing programs to support emerging artists.
The action kicks off at 9pm at Ars Nova (511 W. 54th St). For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.arsnovanyc.com.
About Ars Nova: Ars Nova is committed to developing and producing theater, comedy and music artists in the Early Stages of their professional careers. Its unique development programs are designed to support outside-the-box thinking and encourage innovative, genre-bending work. By providing a safe environment where risk-taking and collaboration are paramount, Ars Nova gives voice to a new generation of artists and audiences, pushing the boundaries of live entertainment by nurturing creative ideas into smart, surprising new work. For more information on Ars Nova's programs, visit www.arsnovanyc.com. Ars Nova was founded in memory of Gabe Wiener.
Producing credits include: Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 by Dave Malloy, directed by Rachel Chavkin (now in an Off-Broadway transfer production at Kazino); ANT Fest; Core Values by Steven Levenson, directed by Carolyn Cantor; The Netflix Plays; The Urban Dictionary Plays; The Lapsburgh Layover by The Berserker Residents, directed by Oliver Butler; Be a Good Little Widow by Bekah Brunstetter, directed by Stephen Brackett; The Wii Plays; Now Circa Then by Carly Mensch, directed by Jason Eagan; Bloodsong of Love by Joe Iconis, directed by John Simpkins; Missed Connections NYC; Sax & Dixon: We Thee Wed by John Dixon, Peter McNerney and Matt Sax, directed by Peter McNerney; Mel & El: Show & Tell by Melanie Adelman and Ellie Dvorkin, directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel; Two Girls for Five Bucks and the Ten Dollar Heartbreakers by Cathleen Carr and Daiva Deupree, directed by Andy Donald; Playlist; Jollyship the Whiz-Bang by Nick Jones and Raja Azar, directed by Sam Gold; boom by Peter Sinn Nachtrieb, directed by Alex Timbers; From Up Here by Liz Flahive, directed by Leigh Silverman; The Wikipedia Plays; Dixie's Tupperware Party by Kris Andersson, directed by Alex Timbers;At Least It's Pink by Bridget Everett and Kenny Mellman, directed by Michael Patrick King; 25 Questions for a Jewish Mother by Kate Moira Ryan with Judy Gold, directed by Karen Kohlhaas; Holy Cross Sucks! by Rob Nash, directed by Jeff Calhoun; Freestyle Love Supreme by Anthony Veneziale and Lin-Manuel Miranda, directed by Thomas Kail; and The Wau Wau Sisters, by Tanya Gagné and Adrienne Truscott, directed by Trip Cullman.
Ars Nova 54: A New Year's Eve Spectacular
Featuring Two Floors of Live Performances
Tonight, December 31, 2013
9PM - 1AM
Tickets $150 / $300
Early Bird Tickets:
$100 / $250
Available through November 27
Tickets are on sale at www.arsnovanyc.com, 212-352-3101, or the Ars Nova box office starting at 9PM.
Ars Nova is located at 511 West 54th Street, New York, NY 10019.