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Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Serial Party - Infernal Comedy Opening Night

Mr. Malkovich is congratulated by a guest on his performance in
The Infernal Comedy: Confessions of a serial killer (Photo: Elena Olivo)
Last week the inimitable John Malkovich graced the BAM Opera House stage as an operatic murderer in Michael Sturminger and Martin Haselbock's The Infernal Comedy: Confessions of a serial killer. BAM celebrated the opening night last Thursday with members of the cast and BAM Producers Council members at the Benefactor level and above. It was a charmingly eerie evening with decor by Fleurs Bella, hours devours by Great Performances, cocktails by Brooklyn Gin, and wine generously provided by Brotherhood Winery.

The Next Wave Festival continues after Thanksgiving with Big Dance Theater's Supernatural Wife, followed by Tudo Isto E Fado which is accompanied by two receptions for Generation Advance members on December 2nd. And on December 6th we have our 2011 Next Wave Gala celebrating all of our Producers Council members and the opening of Samuel Beckett's Krapp's Last Tape starring John Hurt.

More pictures and information about the Opening Night Party for The Infernal Comedy: Confessions of a serial killer below:

You can also check out the full album here.
Left to right, the creative team behind The Infernal Comedy: Michael Sturminger, Karen B. Hopkins, Martene Grimson, Louise Fribo, John Malkovich, Kristen Blaise, Marie Arnet, Birgit Hutter, Martin Haselbock, and Joseph V. Melillo (Photo: Elena Olivo)
Michael Sturminger (writer & director) and Martin Haselbock (musical direction and concept) speak (Photo: Elena Olivo)
Patrons and company members enjoy wine from Brotherhood, America's oldest winery at BAM, America's oldest continuously operating performing arts institution (Photo: Elena Olivo)
Brooklyn Gin served up their fantastic Brooklyn Gin Punch (Photo: Elena Olivo)

1 comment:

  1. Thanks BAM for your wonderful hospitality. We had a great opening night!