New Year's Eve with the Performance Club

Monday, December 28, 2009

What are you doing on the 31st? Something festive and special to mark the end of the beginning of the 21st Century? (It can’t be too far now to 2012.)

What better way to celebrate than by honoring the beginning of the end of a great New York institution? The venerable Ohio Theatre is throwing a New Year’s Eve dance party at its beautiful, longtime home on Wooster Street in SoHo – a home that it will have to vacate in August, as Manhattan’s relentless real estate tide continues, somehow, to claim arts victims.

Doors open at 10 p.m. on an open bar, DJ Silky and lots of dancing. Stay as late as 2:30 a.m., and pay just $75 in advance, $100 at the door. Those of you who missed the P. Club’s PS party, here’s your chance to get happy with a slew of downtown performance folks, including Robert Lyons, the Ohio’s fearless leader since 1988.


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sohothinktank from NYC

Special Advance Tickets:

Use code "OHIO" on for $50 friend to the Ohio tickets !!

Dec. 31 2009 12:43 PM

OK, OK, that *might* be as good as getting sloppy in SoHo ...

Dec. 31 2009 12:27 PM
jolene from

Happy new year, Claudia! Think of me three hours later, where I'll be ringing in the new year in a cabin in the mountains in Oregon next to the ski slopes.

Dec. 28 2009 12:58 PM

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Open to everyone, the Performance Club is a freewheeling conversation about New York performance of all kinds, from experimental theater to gallery installations to contemporary dance. We go, we talk (online and at bars and cafes, with artists and amongst ourselves), we disagree and, sometimes, we change each other’s minds.


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