F Love: An (Anti) Valentine's Day Party

02/13/12 | 8:30pm-12:30am

West-Park Presbyterian Church

165 W 86th St Map



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F*It Club PRESENTS F Love: An (Anti) Valentine's Day Party to benefit The Spring Fling 2012 Monday, February 13, 2012 @ 8:30 PM- 12:30 AM

Location: West-Park Presbyterian Church (Star of Woodshed Collective's “The Tenant”) 165 West 86th Street @ Amsterdam Avenue

*Create a Work of Art with Your Special Someone (Or a Sexy Friend You Meet at the Party) Paint Room, Canvas, Paint, and Privacy Provided (You Provide the Sexiness)

*Sing To Your Ex or Current Lover Karaoke

*BALLS Vodka and Santa Teresa Rum inspired “Love Me” and “Love Me Not” Punches

*Food Provided by Two Boots and BKLYN Larder (While it lasts)

If you can't be with the one you love, love the one you're with.

(*Disclaimer: we don't hate couples. We just love ourselves. Feel free to bring a partner. Or two.)

Tickets $20 in advance on Brown Paper Tickets by clicking here: Or $25 at the door!

8:30pm-9:30pm LIQUOR & WINE OPEN BAR 9:30pm-12:30am Super cheap cash bar (all attendees get 2 drink tickets!)

ABOUT F*IT CLUB: This one-night-only event is benefiting F*It Club: led by Executive Director Allyson Morgan and comprised of an up-and-coming group of actors, writers, directors, and producers, F*It Club is committed to providing equal opportunity for all of its members. We hope to build both a home and a community for artists to share, grow, and create. Our film and theatre production company says "f* it" to waiting for opportunity to knock. We are seizing opportunity and making it ours. We want to make work and we want to make it NOW.


Now in its second year, The Spring Fling is a collection of six world premiere plays on the theme “My Best/Worst Date Ever.” This year's writers are Lucy Boyle, Anna Kerrigan, Victor Lesniewski, Isaac Oliver, Mark Schultz, & Anna Ziegler. The show runs April 26-May 13 at IRT.

Last year's production, featuring plays by Brooke Berman, Bekah Brunstetter, Ashlin Halfnight, Greg Keller, Caroline V. McGraw, Isaac Oliver, Mark Schultz & Anna Ziegler, was nominated for three New York Innovative Theatre Awards and was awarded “Best Original Short Script of 2011” for Isaac Oliver's “Come Here.”


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