The Sunday Show to Donate Money to Zucco Funeral Fund

Posted on: February 24th, 2010 at 6:25 am by

This Sunday (2/28) is the first Sunday Show of 2010 at the Slipper Room on Orchard Street. One of the regular performers informed us that a portion of proceeds from this show will go toward ensuring Zucco can return to France.

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From the Boogie inbox:

Sensational acts from:

Deity (superstar seen at THE BOX) 
Michelle St. Darling (dollfaced, baton twirler extraordinaire) 
Michael Karas (master juggler, adorable guy) 
Princess Sunshine (deeply affected kids birthday party princess) 
Leta LeNoir (sweet burlesque with a salty edge) 
Justina Flash (hula hooper, isn’t afraid of fire) 
Bea B. Heart (comedic burlesque dancer with fabulous talent and flair) 
Blacky 2 (dj to the dead stars)

THE SUNDAY SHOW
The Slipper Room
167 Orchard Street @ Stanton Street
New York City 
Sunday, February 28th 9pm (doors 8:30pm)
$10 without raffle tickets, $15 with free raffle tickets – a portion of the show’s proceeds will be donated to support the cost of funeral arrangements for the family of beloved Zucco, the founder and operator of Le French Diner at 188 Orchard Street since 2005. Zucco died of a heart attack on Valentine’s day eve and was buried on the 22nd in France.

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More on the Sunday Show:

The Sunday Show is a censorship-free monthly exposition of performance artists which aims to sharpen the lost edge of Lower Manhattan’s underground art and music scene in the form of an unpredictable variety show. Never the same show twice, the production guarantees guests a night of world-class entertainers delivering racy antics, grace, music, beauty, humor, fanfare and scandal including the now-infamous “Risque Raffle” held at each show. The production also provides artists from all backgrounds and disciplines an arena to showcase their unique talents in a creative, collective environment.

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