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Joe's Pub Offers a Variety of Entertainment for February and March


Joe's Pub offers a variety of shows and musical guests for February and March.

February 23 at 7:00 PM; $20

From the novel by Ray Bradbury
Adapted and directed by Wynn Handman
Performed by Rich Orlow

This classic American novel presents a frightening vision of the future: firemen don't put out fires - they start them in order to burn books.

The event features sixty minutes of performance spanning the full breadth of this beloved American Science Fiction novel. A master of character work, the actor Rich Orlow tells the story from the perspective of the protagonist, Montag, and seamlessly transitions between the five other primary characters. The adaptation by Wynn Handman of Bradbury's classic novel presents a haunting look at the dangers of censorship in a modern world. In addition we will show a rare interview with author Ray Bradbury and executive director David Kenner.

March 5-8
Saturday & Sunday, March 5 & 6 at 7:30 PM; $20

THE LEFT BANKE stormed onto the charts in the summer of 1966, with a new sound that came to be called "Baroque Pop." Their first album, Walk Away Renee/Pretty Ballerina, set the standard for the fusion of classical music and pop music styles. Their second LP, Left Banke Too- recorded after the departure of pianist/songwriter Michael Brown- went even deeper, and showed that the remaining band members were still a force to be reckoned with. Founding members Tom Finn and George Cameron have not performed together since the early 1970s, and Joe's Pub is proud to welcome them at their first show!

Clinton Curtis: ALBUM RELEASE
Saturday, March 5 at 9:30 PM; $12

Clinton Curtis grew up between the islands of Jamaica and Key West, Florida, the son of musicians and reggaehall owners. As a kid, he played with and learned from some of the Jamaican giants- Gregory Isaacs, Desmond Dekker and Roots Explosion. By 13, he was fluent on more than a dozen instruments.

At age 18, Clinton moved to New York and began working as a singer in Greenwich Village. It was there in the bars and clubs that defined so much of music history, that he realized he wanted to write popular music. He teamed up with producer Matt Stine, and signed to indie label 27 Sound. Currently, Clinton and his band are a fixture in the downtown NY music scene.

Clinton's music represents the coming together of all the musical genres he has been exposed to throughout his life. From Country to Reggae, from Blues to Bach, Clinton Curtis is a throwback to the great songwriters of the 1960's with the musical versatility and voice of a new artist set on making his mark on today's popular music landscape.

Sunday, March 6 at 9:30 PM; $10

Missouri State Musical Theatre celebrates its first fifteen years. Scheduled to appear: Andrew C. Call, Deidre Goodwin, Dale Hensley, Hollie Howard, Kendra Kassebaum, Kyle Dean Massey, Antuan Raimone, Nathan Tysen, Nicole Van Giesen, and Broadway Bombs (featuring Jessica Ryan, Avery Ragsdale, and Jermaine Blackwell). Directed by Nathan Tysen.

ARTS AND CRAFTS: A New Musical by Sandra Bernhard & Justin Vivian Bond
Monday, March 7 at 7:00 & 9:30 PM; $25

Kenneth Hartung Management & the Katz Company, Inc. present a reading of a new musical:
Sandra Bernhard & Justine Vivian Bond in ARTS AND CRAFTS
Book by Sandra Bernhard & Justine Vivian Bond

Music & Lyrics by Sandra Bernhard, Justine Vivian Bond, Lance Horne & Jake Shears
Directed by Gordon Greenberg
Musical Direction by Rob Moose
Featuring: Cole Escola (LOGO's Jeffery & Cole Casserole)
Amber Martin(Amber Alert!)

ARTS & CRAFTS is a musical romp written by and starring Sandra Bernhard & Justine Vivian Bond in which they play country cousins whose lives have led them in very different directions. One went from being a rock chick to born again motherhood in the Midwest and the other from small town gay to urban art world sophisticate. When the two meet up again at a family wedding they set of on a journey rediscovering their authentic selves and learning that ideology doesn't mean much when stacked up against art love and really good acid.

Tuesday, March 8 at 7:30 PM; $12
Anna Calvi's self-titled debut album is scheduled to release on March 1st, 2011 in the US on Domino Records.

Adopting an intimate backing band consisting of Mally Harpaz on guitar, harmonium and percussion, and Daniel Maiden-Wood on drums for her live shows, Anna has managed to encapsulate all the drama and emotion of a flamenco dance into her performances. The art of flamenco has consequently had a massive impact on Anna's fierce, upfront stage persona, and the outfits she and her band choose to perform in, the visual element of Anna's art being of such huge importance to her.

‘Anna Calvi' is a remarkable album from a woman who has more than justified the support of such luminaries as Brian Eno and Nick Cave, which as well as feeling like a fully formed piece of art in its own right, also serves as an enthralling insight into what may lay ahead for Anna in the future.

TONY LUCCA w/ special guest JERAD FINCK
Tuesday, March 8 at 9:30 PM; $12

Singer-songwriter Tony Lucca's sixth studio album Rendezvous With the Angels, finds the performer crafting his most thoughtful, tuneful, and mature work yet. The album includes appearances by Lucca's 2009 tour mate Sara Bareilles (who duets on "Back to Me") and Lady Antebellum guitarist Jason "Slim" Gambill (featured on the bonus track "Nobody But You"). The songs on the new album, mostly penned on the road over the course of a busy 2009 touring schedule, demonstrate new growth and fresh perspectives on the artist's part.

Spokane, Washington-based pop-rocker Jerad Finck carries a bright, powerful musical flavor to fans, enlightening them with the sounds of rock-n-roll's future. Finck's sound is accessible and endearing but also forward-thinking, moving the music up a notch and setting a new bar. Finck is embracing the new DIY direction of the music industry. He's an indie artist who's taking his music directly to the people using radio, press, television, online marketing and touring to connect.

Purchase Tickets:
Online at
Phone 212-967-7555,
In Person At The Public Theater Box Office (1 PM to 6 PM), or at the Joe's Pub Box Office from (6 PM to 10 PM) both located at 425 Lafayette Street, NYC

For table reservations please call 212-539-8778. Purchase of tickets does NOT guarantee a table reservation; you must call to reserve seats. Seating, as well as standing-room, is available only on a first-come, first-served basis for all shows without a dinner reservation. Two drink or $12 food minimum per person is standard.


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