Free to everyone!

On the first Wednesday of each month, join us for free homecooked dinners, good vibes, better people, and entertainments. No cover, no catch, no proselytizing, no processed food. Each Bailout Theater date will rotate between music and dance.

7:00 PM - Doors open at 55 Washington, Square South at the Corner of Thompson Street - Greenwich Village, Manhattan.

7:30 PM - Free potluck dinner: Potluck donations welcomed (but not required).

8:00 PM - Free entertainment: See the sechedule below. No reservations require

No cost, no catch, no proselytizing, no processed food.


The music of The Woodshed, Maricia Danielle, and Karl Saint Lucy

Wednesday, November 5th
Doors open at 55 Washington Square South at 7pm
Free community meal at 7:15pm
Free show at 8pm

The Woodshed is a 4 piece alt-country, indie-folk-rock, americanaramadingdong band out of Brooklyn. They are also the backing band Derdy Nerdz Records label mates Anna/Kate. The band used to be a 2 piece called Into Doubt and then after some shady craigslist exchanges and back alley dealings, they grew in size, changed their name, changed their sound a little bit, revamped existing songs, wrote some new jams and now glow in the dark!
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Maricia Danielle is a Singer-Songwriter from Central New York who loves connecting with people at the intersection of intellect, love and art. She pulls from a color palette of sounds and experiences including Jazz, Classical, Folk, R&B & more. Her diligence as a promising young artist led her to earn a Bachelor of Art degree in Voice Performance from Syracuse University, where she studied Opera, and later earned her a Master of Music in Jazz Studies from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. During this time, Ms. Danielle toured nationally each year with the Syracuse University Singers, performing the works of Claude Debussy, Bach, Francis Poulenc and more, and earned the opportunity to perform with many Musical Pioneers at the prestigious Philadelphia International Records. Current projects include working as the Lead Vocalists in the Philly-Based Band, Ode to Omni, and performing her own music regularly for appreciative audiences throughout the Tri-state area. She is also working to release her debut CD entitled, Beautiful Surprise.

Born in St. Louis and raised all over the heartland of the United States, Karl Saint Lucy is a songwriter whose influences are as varied as his experiences. He was conceived the moment Joni Mitchell shared "Free Man in Paris" with David Geffen, and he lost his innocence the moment Rufus Wainwright shared "Dinner at Eight" with his father, Loudon.

And sharing what it's all about for Saint Lucy: his creative process is that of taking personal experiences and serving them up as high art and/or campy trash. He draws heavily from songwriters who arrive at universal truths by going after specifics.

Saint Lucy found his way into songwriting by way of musical theatre; he studied musical theatre composition with Michael John LaChiusa, William Finn, Polly Pen, and other great New York theatre composers through the Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program at Tisch.

What comes out in the work of Karl Saint Lucy is a synthesis of people and places that reveals not only love-hate relationships with genre, approach, and his country of origin; but also a fierce determination to redeem those relationships to better inform the present. He also really loves torch songs.





Judson Memorial Church is located at 55 Washington Square South, New York, NY 10012.

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