Guest event: Outré Island

Guest event: Outré Island

Chris Rozzi, Anna Copa Cabanna

Tue, April 30, 2019

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

The Slipper Room

New York, NY

$10 (advance) / $12 (door)

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Guest event: Outré Island
Guest event: Outré Island
Outré Island is Chris Rozzi's ongoing comedy saga of a lost civilization and its many unusual citizens. This is the island as you've never seen it before, including all sorts of treats, guests, and surprises. Featuring special guest Anna Copa Cabana.
Chris Rozzi
Chris Rozzi
Christopher Rozzi has performed his solo material in many venues, such as Joe’s Pub and The P.I.T., to name a few. Outré Island has been produced by Ars Nova as a part of their residency series, directed by Tony Award winner, Sam Gold. Chris is also is the creator of a successful art series called Tiny Confessions, the Secret Thoughts of Dogs, Cats, and Everything, which has recently been published as a book and multiple calendars.

“Christopher Rozzi informs all the citizenry of Outré Island with a droll and gentle self-effacement that makes them come wonderfully alive.”

-Backstage
Anna Copa Cabanna
Anna Copa Cabanna
Anna Copa Cabanna is the "Always Entertaining" (TIME OUT) Australian showgirl icon who has performed her choreography, played her xylophone, and roller skated in venues around the world. She was the face and twirling body of THE DEBASER on The Pixies "Doolittle Tour", sings in an ACDC cover band, a 20s vaudeville Act, a German Polka Band, and The celebrated Loser's Lounge. Anna is also the official go go dancer of the New York Rock and Roll Underground.

"Anna Copa Cabanna's shows are imaginative and relevant... There is a lot of affection shown for the traditions of show-biz, as well as plenty of fun and play"- Tommy RAMONE
"Sweet, sexy, sincere"- The New Yorker
"Full force all around entertainment"- PMc Magazine

Anna was recently named one of "10 offbeat artists keeping the old, weird New York alive" by Flavorpill along with Yoko Ono and Bill Cunningham, and "really draws the audience to her" (THE NEW YORKER) with her voracious voice and fabulous imagination.

Anna's song about being harassed/misunderstood as a GO GO DANCER was part of an Installation at OCADU Graduate Gallery, Toronto in March 2016 as part of a Show/Thesis about the wrongful incarceration of "Deviant" Women in the 1920s/1930s.
Venue Information:
The Slipper Room
167 Orchard St
New York, NY, 10002
http://slipperroom.com