Sky-Pony Announces Benefit Show For Housing Works, Today

Sky-Pony Announces Benefit Show For Housing Works, TodayCult-hit rock band Sky-Pony announces its 2018 Halloween Show as a benefit for Housing Works - Friday October 26*

Cult-hit Brooklyn band Sky-Pony is led by the husband-and-wife team of Tony nominated writer Kyle Jarrow (bookwriter of Broadway's SpongeBob SquarePants, also creator of the CW television series Valor) and Tony nominated actress-singer Lauren Worsham (Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder). They have been called "indie-pop aces" (New York Times) and "a beautiful mash-up of music, choreography, costumes, projections and drama" (Village Voice).

This Halloween season, they'll perform a gothic concert spectacular to help scare up cash for Housing Works lifesaving services. Expect an atmospheric acoustic set complete with costumes, visuals, special guests and spooky surprises-all in a site-specific performance at the beautiful Housing Works Bookstore, fully decorated for the Halloween season. They'll be serving demonically deliciousctails, too.

Date: Friday October 26 - doors 7pm, show 7:30pm
Location: Housing Works Bookstore,
Tickets: $20 at, all proceeds benefit Housing Works

Sky-Pony is an art-pop band with theatrical roots. Based in Brooklyn, they've built a cult following for their lushly-orchestrated, darkly ironic songs and their shows which blur the lines between rock concert and performance art. In the past they've collaborated with circus artists, burlesque performers, monologists, even a fortune teller - as well as for creating the original theater piece The Wildness at Ars Nova in 2016 (nominated for a Lortel Award for Outstanding Musical). In 2016, the band released their debut LP Beautiful Monster on Knitting Factory Records, to strong reviews. That same year they also premiered their rock-theater hybrid piece The Wildness, presented by Ars Nova in collaboration with The Play Company. That too received strong reviews, and the show was nominated for a Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Musical. Alongside Worsham and Jarrow, the Sky-Pony lineup also features David Blasher (cello), Eric Day (bass), Kevin Wunderlich (guitar), Perry Silver (drums) plus Katie Lee Hill & Jessi Suzuki (backup vocals). More at

Housing Works is a healing community of people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. Our mission is to end the dual crises of homelessness and AIDS through relentless advocacy, the provision of lifesaving services, and entrepreneurial businesses that sustain our efforts. More info at

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