On Monday, Feb. 13, Dr. Dour & Peach will return to one of our favorite DC venues the Clown Cabaret. Come hear song new songs by us, as well as seeing some of the most talented clowns, comedians, and variety performers in the DC area. 8pm, $15 ($12 with a fringe pin) at Trinidad Theatre (1358 Florida Ave, WDC) www.clowncabaret.com
We are honored to participate in the New York Clown Theater Festival, a month-long event that brings together clowns from around the country and some of them even from around the globe! We hope you can join us, and spread the word to your New York friends.
The Monster Songs
Saturday September 10th at 2pm
Sunday September 11th at 5pm
@ The Brick (579 Metropolitan Avenue (between Union Avenue and
Lorimer Street) in Williamsburg, Brooklyn on the L and G subway
Part of the NY Clown Theatre Festival 2016, Sep 2-18.
On Friday, May 20th, join us at the Bier Baron for an evening of Tarantino-inspired strangeness with the DC Weirdo Show. Featuring Uma Hurtman, Maki Roll, Dr. Torcher (always nice to appear alongside a fellow scholar), The Lady Octavia, and Tarantaco. It’ll be, well…weird. Get tickets here.
“sinister and winsome at the same time.” – Washington Post
“whimsical, clever songwriting that can engage audience members of any age.” – Washington City Paper
“I would buy a ticket to watch [them] eat their cereal in the morning.” – Dc Theatre Scene
“delightfully quirky and surprisingly physical.” – DC Metro Theatre Arts
A playfully macabre cabaret about zombies, nightmares and things that go bump in the night
Dr. Dour (vocals, 10-string touch-guitar) and Peach (cello, banjo, cute) tell the personal stories of lovesick mummies, giant lizards, bargain-hunting zombies, and other hapless creatures of the night in a cabaret cocktail of original songs.
An accomplished ethnocryptozoomusicologist, Dr. Dour has collected countless stories from monsters all over the world, and is slowly turning his vast store of stories into songs. Somewhere along the way, he acquired Peach, who now travels with him, acting as tour manager, accompanist, companion and all-around helper to the doctor. Why does she travel with him? Does he appreciate it? The world may never know, but it makes for diverting entertainment.
The pair is based in Washington, DC (there’s good monster-watching there), and has appeared at the Capital Fringe Festival, the Clown Cabaret, and other venues.
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