Pusse Couture

Saturday Jun 28, 2014
$13 at the door
VENUE
Industry City
Roof and Courtyard
Sunset Park
220 36th Street, Brooklyn, New York, 11232
Take the D, N, or R trains to 36th Street

SHOW
8:00PMDoors Open
8:30PMLive performance by Maddelynn Hatter and Pusse Couture
9:00PMFilm Begins
10:45PMQ&A with filmmaker David McMahon and subjects
11:30PMLive performance by cast members of "Skanks in a One Horse Town" and after party sponsored by New Amsterdam Spirits
No refunds. In the event of rain, show will go on indoors at the same location. Seating is first come, first served. No outside alcohol is permitted.

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This Show Presented in Partnership With
Industry City
New Amsterdam
DOOR TIX
Online sales are now closed. Tickets will be available at the door for $13, cash only.

Pusse Couture

Official Link: http://pussesplayhouse.com/

Pusse Couture is a New York City based drag artist, performer, and nightlife personality.

First appearing in 2011 as a wild child with an arsenal of makeup ideas and hazardous blonde locks, Pusse became an instant fixture on the New York City gay nightlife scene, known for her infamous party hosting style - one of raucous glamour and unabashed hedonism.


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