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The House of Von Macrame

Regional Musical Performance Art Regional — 

The Flea Theater's spookiest serialized play is now a full-length musical. The Management (MilkMilkLemonade by Joshua Conkel, Cut by Crystal Skillman) team up with The Bushwick Starr to bring The House of Von Macramé to gory, glamorous life.

Britt is a small town girl who unwittingly becomes a muse to eccentric fashion designer, Edsel Von Macramé, and becomes tormented by psychic visions of grisly occult murders within the industry. As more and more models disappear at the hands of The Lipstick Killer and as Von Mac works on his radical new line, Britt and fashion journalist Rosemary Crawley team up to search for the horrific truth. What's behind this string of murdered models? And what glamorous terrors await them within The House of Von Macramé?
 
A pop horror fashion show, The House of Von Macramé is a celebration of stylish European horror films from the 60s and 70s, an extravaganza of design and spectacle, and an exploration of iconoclasts. Blood is the new black. Hail satin!

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Pricing information
$0.00 — $18.00
Prices subject to change.


Regular-priced ticket information

800-838-3006
or visit brownpapertickets.com website

Listed At TKTS
Never

Preview
None

Opening date
January 23, 2013

Closing date
February 9, 2013

Running Time
Approximately 1 hours and 25 minutes, including no intermission.

Age guidance
16

Show Notes
A limited quantity of $15 artist tickets are available every Wednesday of the run on a first come first served basis
The Bushwick Starr
207 Starr St (Wyckoff/Irving)
Brooklyn, NY 11237
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  February 3, 2013 —  February 16, 2013
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By subway
SUBWAY: Take the L Train to Jefferson Street Exit front of train Walk against traffic on Starr Street We’re 1/2 a block on the right (approx. 20 minutes from Manhattan)