Room 103, Hotel Chelsea is a performance set in New York City’s most famous artistic haven. The hotel’s decor serves as the backdrop and room 103, the same room where Sid Vicious killed Nancy Spungen, is the stage for a series of dramatic readings and performances by actors channeling its most infamous former guests. Exploring the tales of Dylan Thomas’s alcoholic demise, the private and pivotal moments of residents like Bob Dylan and Jack Kerouac, Arthur Miller and Leonard Cohen, the performance brings to life the our most revolutionary artists as they happened within the walls of this notorious establishment. Includes a brave tribute to Janis Joplin.
March 18 – 27, 2010
The Chelsea Hotel
222 W. 23rd Street, between Seventh & Eighth Avenue
7 and 9 pm
Tickets at 800-838-3006 or online at brownpapertickets.com.