Waterwell, one of the Village Voice’s “Best Arguments for Devised Theater” (2010) and creators of #9 and The|King|Operetta, present their latest drop – the live concept album GOODBAR. Created in collaboration with NYC glam-punk band, Bambï, GOODBAR blurs the boundaries between music and theatre while tackling one of the most controversial cult artifacts of the ‘70s: Looking for Mr. Goodbar. Riffing wildly on the novel by Judith Rossner, Bambï & Waterwell crank the amps up to ten and launch a full frontal assault on modern myths of sex, independence and persona. Photo Credit: Eva Mueller

Waterwell, one of the Village Voice’s “Best Arguments for Devised Theater” (2010) and creators of #9 and The|King|Operetta, present their latest drop – the live concept album GOODBAR. Created in collaboration with NYC glam-punk band, Bambï, GOODBAR blurs the boundaries between music and theatre while tackling one of the most controversial cult artifacts of the ‘70s: Looking for Mr. Goodbar. Riffing wildly on the novel by Judith Rossner, Bambï & Waterwell crank the amps up to ten and launch a full frontal assault on modern myths of sex, independence and persona.


Photo Credit: Eva Mueller


GOODBAR

Created by Bambï, Waterwell
Based on Looking for Mr. Goodbar by Judith Rossner
Directed by Arian Moayed & Tom Ridgely
Featuring Bambï: Hanna Cheek, Cara Jeiven, Jimmie Marlowe, Tobi Parks & Kevin Townley

USA (New York)

UTR 2012 - The Public