Dear inhabitants of the serpentine pad,
One of the most common excuses for not coming to a Radical Dads show is “You’re playing too late and I’m quite old you know and I get tired easily and I need to be at my job at a certain time the next morning or else I’ll get weird looks and/or a demotion.” For our next show — this Thursday, February 23rd at the Mercury Lounge in NYC — that excuse will not hold water, nor any other type of liquid, because we are playing very early. 7:30pm? 8pm? As we all know, time is neither uniform nor absolute. So here are some other excuses you might want to consider for this week:
+ It’s your friend’s birthday and you’re going to dinner uptown, which isn’t your top choice, but hey it’s your friend’s night
+ You’d love to make it, but you probably (well, definitely) have to work late
+ You’ve been out like five nights in a row and what you really need is a quiet evening at home with some Pinot and a few chapters of Malcolm Gladwell
If none of these excuses meet your needs, tap into your creative side — that’s what your MFA is for, right? Also please note: This show is presented by Arts & Crafts, and we’re playing with Zeus, Eight and a Half, and Gold & Youth. It costs $12, or $10 if you pony up in advance.
We hope to see you there!
Flux = rad