Frankie J. Alvarez, Lauren Molina and More Set for Set for Three Day Hangover's BIG BOOZY BENEFIT, 3/30
Three Day Hangover has announced cast members for their Big Boozy Benefit, an event supporting their awesome 2014 Season! This group of crazy-talented and ridiculously good-looking Broadway, film and TV stars includes FRANKIE J. ALVAREZ (HBO's Looking), JOHN BEHLMANN (The 39 Steps), NICK CHOKSI (Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812), KELLI GIDDISH (Law & Order: SVU), GREG HILDRETH (Cinderella, Peter and the Starcatcher), NICOLE LEWIS (Hair), LAUREN MOLINA (Rock of Ages, Sweeney Todd), and ROB MORRISON (Avenue Q). The Benefit will be held on March 30, 2014 at 7pm at Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 2, 196 Allen Street (bet. East Houston and Stanton) in NYC.
Three Day Hangover's Big Boozy Benefit is a starry night of music and a kick-ass party. With highlights from past productions and teasers for the upcoming season, the main event will be songs from Beyond Measure, a new, rock-musical adaptation of Shakespeare's Measure for Measure by Phil Pickens, Raife Baker and Lori Wolter Hudson. Like everything else Three Day Hangover does, this event will be rowdy, fun and full of surprises! Rock out, raise a glass and raise some dough for Three Day Hangover's 2014 Season, which will include alcohol-infused, innovative productions of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, Chekhov's Uncle Vanya, and a never-before seen, Two-for-One Shakespeare mash-up.
Tickets to Three Day Hangover's Big Boozy Benefit are $50 and $100 and includes drink tickets. They can be purchased by visiting ThreeDayHangover.com.
Three Day Hangover is a New York City theater company that produces fresh, unexpected, immersive, joyful productions of classic plays in bars. We tell great stories and celebrate some of the most beautiful language in the world. We meet our audiences on their turf. We want our audiences to have a beer and relax. Then we want them to lean forward and get swept up in a story told in a way they've never seen before. Three Day Hangover's inaugural productions, enjoyed rave reviews, sold out runs, extensions, and most importantly, some of the feistiest, most engaged audiences midtown has ever seen.