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NYC Giveaway: Two Tickets to Bump n’ Grindhouse


There are many things that are made more awesome by being part of a couple.  Parents, for example'JUST KIDDING Mom and Dad!  It is just that some things become enhanced when in close proximity to other things.  Does that make sense?  If I am not being clear, here are some examples of my favorite combinations:

Bread and butter
Baking soda and vinegar
Chocolate and peanut butter
Burlesque and horror

Ok, the last one may seem particular to me.   The good news is you can email to win a giveaway of two free tickets to find out for yourself.   Friday, May 21st, join The Lady Aye and Weirdee Girl at Coney Island’s Sideshows by the Seashore as part of Burlesque at the Beach.   Watch a show that has equal parts 'œtongue in cheek, blood and gore and T’n’A.'  Giveaway or no, go see a show that walks the line between terrifying and erect-ifying.  I myself can’t think of anything that goes better with b-movies than boobs.

Email Info@BrokeAssStuart to win.  You email address will be added to the mailing list unless you explicitly ask us not to.  The winner will be randomly chosen.

Bump '˜N’ Grindhouse
Sideshows by the Seashore
May 21st
10 PM

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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.