The Sukkos Mob Does Its Thing
What thing, you ask?
If it’s Sukkot, then it’s time for The Sukkos Mob, a radical performance/artistic company. This year, Tablet Magazine is co-sponsoring their production, Don’t Let The Sheep Get In Your Eyes, “an intimate science fiction story knit together with authentic sheepswool and music,” directed by Jenny Romaine. Among the spectacle artists is our very own assistant art director Abigail Miller. This promises to be an experience. What kind of experience? That’s for you to find out.
Showtimes and locations after the jump.
Sept 23 SUNY Purchase sukkah 7pm
Sept 24 Union Square 9:30pm
Sept 25 Dumbo Arts Festival, corner of Jay and John St., followed by Great Small Works Spaghetti Dinner
Sept 26 Three shows!
Prospect Park, the Nethermead, near the music pagoda, 12pm
Flushing Meadows Park in front of the Queens Museum of Art, near the Unisphere, 4pm
Bronx backyard sukkah, 3338 Bainbridge Ave., 7:30pm
Sept 27 Sarah Lawrence College sukkah 7pm
Sept 29 and 30 TBA
Call the Sukkos Mob Hotline for Rain/ Location Updates: (917) 727-0662.
Daily rate: $2
Monthly rate: $18
Yearly rate: $180
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