BARE's Missi Pyle makes her solo show debut at Joe's Pub (425 Lafayette Street) with Sexy as Hell on Saturday, February 16th at 11:30pm. Come experience one of Hollywood's most exciting, hilarious and unpredictable actresses, as she pushes most of your boundaries! Combining Missi's hilarious, quirky, ornery and sometimes heartfelt original music with tunes from her bands (The Nice Ladies, Smith and Pyle and The Tumbleweeds) the show promises an evening of laughter, tears and booze, mixed with stories of love and loss, and an intimate look at Missi's most recent slutty summer. She proves that while funny and with "strong features," Missi is in fact Sexy as Hell - she was just waiting until she turned 40 to show you. Guest appearances can be expected from Dave Hill (Vanity Fair's 10 Comedians to Watch), Jenna Price (The Nice Ladies), and cast members from Off-Broadway's BARE.
Missi Pyle Sexy as Hell is produced by Patrick King. Joe's Pub is located in The Public Theater at 425 Lafayette Street. Tickets are $25 and are available at JoesPub.com or by clicking HERE.
BARE began previews Off-Broadway at New World Stages (340 West 50th Street) on Monday, November 19, 2012. Opening Night was Sunday, December 9, 2012. Tickets to BARE may be purchased via www.Telecharge.com, by calling 212-239-6200 or in person at the New World Stages box office (340 West 50th Street between 8th and 9th Avenue). Ticket prices range from $25 (front row, night of performance, with student ID) to $126.50 (premium). Regular price tickets are $89.75. All ticket prices include a $1.50 facility fee. The regular performance schedule will be Monday at 8pm, Wednesday - Saturday at 8pm, Saturday at 2:30pm, and Sunday at 2pm & 7:30pm.
When your true love is your deepest secret. When your heart is so full that your head clouds. When you've let your self-image be a group project. How much do you share-and with who? BARE is an exhilarating new rock musical that follows a group of teens trying to navigate the tightrope to adulthood over the minefield of high school. Along with their teachers, they will wrestle with issues of identity, sexuality, religion and love. Both deeply moving and heartwarmingly humorous, BARE is for anyone who's ever felt locked out trying to fit in.