HOT BABES IN TOYLAND Announces Special Guest Performances By Delfino, Flynn, Miss Dirty Martini And More
1-800-Weirdos and Jeremy X. Halpern are pleased to announce special guest performances by The Nat and Kat Duo, Jessica Delfino, Kiki Flynn, and International Burlesque Star Miss Dirty Martini throughout the run of Elias Stimac's naughty holiday comedy, HOT BABES in TOYLAND. HOT BABES in TOYLAND will continue to run at The Players Theatre Loft, from November 12 - December 17.
Tickets are available at www.TheaterMania.com , or call 212-352-3101. Tickets are $20.00.
Special Guest Schedule:
November 12: Nat and Kat Duo: Nat Wilson and Kat Sherrell met at a party in 2007 and bonded over their shared background in classical music, and a mutual love of the Great American Songbook. They decided to collaborate, and made their debut as a cabaret duo at the Broadway Baby Bistro in January 2008 with their cabaret show about women making bold choices: A Touch of Venus: a Cabaret. They have since performed together at such venues as The Duplex, Galapagos Art Space, and the Laurie Beechman Theatre, to name a few. They delighted audiences last October with their both poignant and irreverant political show: Vote with Your Venus: An Election-Season Celebration of Great American Women and the Great American Songbook. In addition to entertaining discerning adults, Nat and Kat have created a cabaret show for children, Nat & Kat's Adventures with the Time-Traveling Piano. Info: www.natandkatduo.com
November 19: Musician comedian Jessica Delfino plays the guitar, flying V ukulele, q-chord, the rape whistle and other amazing instruments, and tells ribald jokes. You may have seen her on Good Morning America, Fox News Red Eye or on stages worldwide. She is proud and honored to have been publicly denounced by The catholic League. Visit her online blog at jessydelfino.blogspot.com.
December 3 and 10: KikiNYC, a.k.a Kimberly Flynn wrote and performed her first solo show at the Pyramid Club in 1985 and continued from there in ever changing guises at 8BC, PS 122, La Mama, ABC No Rio, Theater for the New City and many other beloved revolutionary clubs and theaters that no longer exist. She was a member of Bad Neighbors the live weekly theatrical soap opera from the mid 80s. As a stage actress, she had the good fortune to work with Irene Fornes, Anna Bogart and Tom O'Horgan as well as the Ridiculous and Ridge Theaters. She starred and costarred in both independent and Hollywood fare including Revolution, Rhythm Thief, Heat, and Striptease.