“Queen of the Night” Extends by Popular Demand
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FOR RELEASE IMMEDIATE RELEASE, PLEASE
RANDY WEINER’S ALL NEW GENRE-CROSSING EVENT
” Q U E E N O F T H E N I G H T ”
EXTENDS BY POPULAR DEMAND
AT LEGENDARY HOTSPOT
D I A M O N D H O R S E S H O E
OFFICIAL OPENING NIGHT
FEBRUARY 2, 2014
New York, NY (January 9, 2014) – Randy Weiner’s newest genre-crossing, environmental experience, Queen of the Night, which began performances on December 31, 2013, has announced an extension from its original six week limited run at the legendary supper club, Diamond Horseshoe (235 W. 46th Street, NYC) with an official opening night on Sunday, February 2, 2014.
Queen of the Night is a dark debutante ball thrown by The Marchesa for her daughter Pamina. Queen of the Night is a fusion of dance, music, fashion, circus, culinary delights, theater and nightlife that welcomes the audience into a wholly interactive entertainment experience. Drinks will flow, dinner is served, and over the course of the gala, guests will be engaged, entertained, and immersed in this genre-blurring initiation.
In the spirit of original Diamond Horseshoe owner and nightlife impresario, Billy Rose, Paramount Hotel owner and art collector Aby Rosen, in partnership with Variety Worldwide (Murtaza Akbar, Simon Hammerstein, Javier Vivas, & Randy Weiner) and LDV Hospitality (Curt Huegel & John Meadow) present Queen of the Night. Tony ® Award winner Christine Jones directs, with circus creation by Shana Carroll, co-founding artistic director of Les 7 Doigts de la main, and food performance created by Jennifer Rubell. The experience features associate direction by Jenny Koons, creative direction by Giovanna Battaglia, set and scent design by Douglas Little, fashion design by Thom Browne, lighting design by Austin R. Smith, sound design by Darron L. West & Charles Coes, and magic design by Steve Cuiffo. Choreography by Lorin Latarro, with associate choreographer, Matthew Steffens. Casting by Henry Russell Bergstein. Interior design by Meg Sharpe, and Jason Kallert is executive chef. Nathan Koch and Jennie Willink produce.
For tickets visit queenofthenightnyc.com.