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Cou Cou Bijoux At Dixon Place

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Twelve dollars could buy you…

One cosmopolitan.
or
Three tacos from the Endless Summer Taco Truck in Williamsburg.
or
A bottle of wine.
or
One album off of itunes.
or
One tank top.
or
A pair of earrings from Laila Rowe.
or
A turkey and swiss cheese salad and two chocolate chip cookies from The Telegraphe Café.

Or

It could buy you a ticket to see the two-act cabaret, Cou Cou Bijoux at The Dixon Place Lounge, Friday March 12.  The former items seem frivolous and meaningless in comparison to a show whose chanteuse “ignites the torch in song as she stops, drops, and rolls into love and other misfortune.”  The lounge is intimate so catch a ticket to this hot show while they last by calling 212.219.0736 or go to www.dixonplace.org.

Written & Performed by Raquel Cion
Musical Direction by Brooks Hartell
Original Songs by Dan Kilian
Directed by Luke Harlan
Cou-Cou Dressed by David Quinn

Friday, March 12, 2010 at 9:00pm

Dixon Place Lounge
161A Chrystie Street (b/w Rivington & Delancey)
New York, NY
[Lower East Side]

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Christine was born and raised in the land of the Pilgrims, Plymouth, Massachusetts. She turned in her buckled shoes when she moved to NYC to attend NYU. From that esteemed University she received her BFA in theatre as well as a Master’s Degree in Performance Studies in 2004.
Now an actor, writer and broke ass day-jobber, Christine juggles her many personas with the elegance of a red panda…. specifically the one in the Prospect Park Zoo . . . soooooo cute! She can be found most often in her own habitat on the Northside of Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

  • Lorin

    OR! Twelve dollars could actually buy you almost four bottles of wine at Trader Joe’s, but, c’est la vie.