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October 24, 2023
6:00pm: Doors open with complimentary Two Boots Pizza
7pm: Alyse Lamb Performance
7:30pm: Don’t Look Now (dir. Nicolas Roeg, UK, 1973)
What the heck was going on in the fall of ’73? The Wicker Man, The Exorcist, and maybe the most haunting of them all…Don’t Look Now!
Come join us for a 50th Anniversary Screening of Nick Roeg‘s classic, featuring Julie Christie, Donald Sutherland, two weird sisters, and the city of Venice, which deserves a Best Supporting Actor nomination of its own. Added bonus, of course: a Top Ten Sex Scene in movie history!!
A Performance by Alyse Lamb
Free scary pizza from Two Boots: The Depraved & The Depraved Vegan!
All for $10!!
October 24, 2023 — please note this is a TUESDAY, not our usual Monday.
About the performance by Alyse Lamb
Unrealming pop catastrophes on a bed of slow-roasted snares and vocals pitched to order
16oz ponytail served simmering in a crock of lipstick pomodoro
Test pilot gloves soaked in synth au jus
Dressing on the side
Alyse Lamb (she/her) is a musician and interdisciplinary artist based in Brooklyn, NY. She is the singer/guitarist of the experimental duo Parlor Walls and co-creator of the video art collective Famous Swords. As a solo musician Alyse has collaborated with pioneer recording engineer/producer Martin Bisi, intermedia artist Aldo Tambellini, and ultra vibey record label House of Feelings. Alyse is a member of the experimental theatre company Title:Point and is honored to be on the team of curators at The Brick Theater. She holds her academic degree in musical composition and has used it to make numerous fashionable leotards.
BrickFlix is a film series curated and co-produced by Phil Hartman (Sundance Award-winner No Picnic; The Pioneer Theater; HOWL! Festival, etc.) bringing together indie filmmakers, vintage treasures, live performances and specially-themed Two Boots pizza. Follow us on IG @brickflixmovies. Co-produced by Toney Brown (Mules, IG @toneymovies)
cw: The film is rated R.
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