This Halloween the dolls are back in town and ready for revenge, so don’t pull any Trump costumes from the CVS discount shelf (they don’t call it Knockdown Center for nothing).
Shock Value, Glam, and Ragga all have distinct vibes but will converge, make a pact, and massacre their past personas to create a Frankenstein’s Bride of a mega party for Halloween 2018! The Shadow of the Cat is taking its cue from the slashers of the past, present, and future, so think of ya girl Lorena Bobbet, ya sister Asami Yamazaki in Audition, and don’t forget Crystal Johnson from Wives with Knives!
NYC’s relationship to nightlife can be a true horror story when you roll up to one of these “woke” nightclubs which are actually just run by racist, transphobic owners and staff who actually live in Williamsburg but are always reppin’ “Bushwick Nightlife 4 Ever.” But nightlife is where many of us go to find our people, it’s church, but this year there’s no time to show off to your mom and grandmaw by coming down the aisle to get some shine for saying “I’ve been saved.” If you wanna feel safe and sound head to Happy Fun Hideaway cuz this party is going to be psycho and no one can save you now, not even La Chat!
Doll Gang Massacre
Saturday, October 27, 2018
2-19 Flushing Ave
Maspeth, NY 11378
Juliana Huxtable presents a new performance “There Are Certain Facts That Cannot Be Disputed,” co-commissioned by Performa and The Museum of Modern Art. Huxtable, “approaches the digi-abyssal as a complex language, concurrently ordained as the platform for undervalued and overlooked narratives in history.” For this performance, musicians Sadaf H Nava and Joe Heffernan will be providing supporting musical accompaniment.
“There Are Certain Facts That Cannot Be Disputed”
Museum of Modern Art
11 W 53rd St.
New York, NY 10019
Topical Cream will co-host the after party #ShockValue at SPECTRUM in Brooklyn.
59 Montrose Ave
Brooklyn, New York