A potent mix of cabaret, social history, very juicy gossip, glorious music and all parts fun. Step inside 7 Middagh Street in Brooklyn, NY, where, in the early 1940’s, an amazing collection of artists lived under the same roof. The poet W.H. Auden, the Southern writer Carson McCullers, the composer Benjamin Britten and the burlesque entertainer and aspiring writer Gypsy Rose Lee all lived and frolicked there, followed, soon after, by just about everyone else in pre-war Manhattan. With humour, tragedy and dollop of juicy gossip, Bohemians in Brooklyn brings you inside one of the most fascinating addresses in history.
$89 Dinner & Show package, in advance only.
Dinner & Show packages include one show and a 3-course dinner. HST, beverages and gratuities are extra. Dinner reservations are to be made between 7:30 pm and 8 pm and are only available by calling the Stratford Summer Music office. Show-only tickets are available online. À la carte menu available late night.
Cost: $45/Per person + HST (+$5 at the door)
Friday Aug. 16th, 2019
Where: Revival House, Stratford, 70 Brunswick Street MAP