They’ll Be Throwing Money from the Balcony and Partying All Night!


Uber Project is holding a fundraising party for House Plague – the dance adaptation of Shakespeare which will feature our own Elyas Khan as Capulet… a.k.a. Big Bad Daddy!

Come on down to the brand new MISSION. $10 Cover goes to support the show, Drink specials from 9 – 10pm.

NEXT… head over to Superfine in DUMBO where Nervous Cabaret will take the stage at Midnight and carry you into the wee hours!

KiD [SiC] and the Bronx Monx Play Live

While the dance releases continue to form in the studio, KiD [SiC] and the Bronx Monx have worked up a live cross-over to take to the clubs. KiD [SiC]’s exotic and moody vocals combined with the Monx’s cinematic electronic style and ass-shaking rythym keep the dance floor moving into the wee hours.

The partnership was debuted at Superfine in early January. If you missed them at Superfine you can see them again at Low Bar on February 27th.

The Wiz-ard !

Yes, it’s true, veteran musician Greg Wieczorek (“Greg Wiz”) will be joining the Nervous Cabaret line up for some pumped up percussion. Greg has agreed to sit in from time to time and, of course, session in on future recordings. And yes… he looks like Jim Morrison!

Music for Uninspected Elevators

If you didn’t know already how brilliant Nervous Cabaret drummer, Brian Geltner (a.k.a Dr. Snitch) is… give a listen to his first solo album, Music for Uninspected Elevators, just released on Fang Records. Brian plays every instrument on this epic instrumental CD, which is loaded with surprises. Inventive, funny, layered and funky, the doctor gives us the soundtrack for a dozen unwritten, demented films released on Fang Records.

Read Stanton Swihart’s review of Dr. Snitch’s album at All Music Guide.


Art director, filmmaker and screenwriter Andy Biscontini (“A Day in the Life, Dead”, Hal Hartley’s “The Book of Life”) will produce a video for “Have You All”.

Nervous Cabaret is also in discussion with Paul Moakley, photo editor at PDN Magazine, to design and produce a video for “Hotel 94”. Both videos are currently in storyboard phase and filming is expected to begin in early spring 2003.

Parlez-vous Français?

Nervous Cabaret will perform December 15th at the New York launching of French magazine Kilometre0. The Kilometre Zero troupe of exiles returns from Paris to put on a spectacular launch party at Galapagos (Brooklyn) for issue 03 of their Art and Literature magazine.

A night of magicalism hosted by Thomas Pancake and featuring a reading by Sparkle Hayter, installations from the Paris underground and moments of sudden phantasmagoric theatre. At midnight, the infamous KMZ open mic begins and the writers of New York are invited. The New York edition will be available on newsstands soon!

Open Mic Reunion — Where This Crazy Ride Started

Miss Jan Bell, founder of the Little Red Hen Music, will host an Open Mic Reunion at Between the Bridges in DUMBO!

It was Jan’s coaxing, cajoling and tremendous support that lead KiD [SiC] (aka Elyas) back onto the music stage at her open mic nights thus spawning the Nervous Cabaret you’ve come to know and love!

Jan is heading back out on the road and will be truly missed.

Nervous Cabaret Will Kick Your Punk…Cast?

The Nervous Cabaret show at Arlene Grocery November 30th, 2002 will soon be available in video form on Punkcast. We highly recommend checking out the concerts available through this site. The Punkcast crew actually goes to gigs to tape them and the quality is excellent. Watch here for announcements on when to tune in!

Give My Regards to Broadway

KiD SiC will perform at the final Broadway performance of Sxip’s Hour of Charm Wednesday, December 18th.

The Bindlestiff Family Circus which has occupied the Chasama Theatre at 125 Broadway is moving to a new home (Location TBA).

Ecstatic Music For Savage Souls CD Has Gone to Press!

Thanks to Danny Kadar and his team at E-Lab Recordings, Trout Studios and a whole host of other wonderful people you can look forward to the official release party coming soon!