Brooklyn Heights resident/ half of the hilarious comedy team of Stuckey and Murray, Andy Stuckey, is one of the stars, writers and producers of Skiptracers a comedy set in his home state of Alabama. There will be a big premiere bash and screening next Friday (9/11) in Manhattan.
Oh and Brooklyn Heights-based band The Defibulators provided the flick’s soundtrack and will be playing the opening night afterparty at Webster Hall on Friday, the 11th. at 9pm.
Details after the jump.
Andy Stuckey, Harris Mendheim and D. L. Glickman invite you to the opening night celebration of their independent feature film Skiptracers. There will be FREE COLT 45 BEER before the show and live music after the opening night screening from bands featured in our soundtrack. Details Below. BRING IT!!
When: FRIDAY SEPT 11th
1. 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm- Free Colt 45 that’s right – it works everytime! Colt 45 is sponsoring an opening party at Finnerty’s at 221 2nd Avenue between 13th and 14th. Come have a few Colt’s on us.
2. 7:00- 9:00 The movie and a short Q and A afterwards. Get tickets to the premiere at the Village East Cinema. The theater is at 189 2nd Avenue -two blocks from Finnerty’s. Tickets are available at the box office and here http://www.villageeastcinema.com/
3. 9:00- until. Join us for an after party at The Studio at Webster Hall. The Defibulators will be there with some special guests. Webster Hall is located at 125 East 11th St. between 3rd and 4th Avenue. It’s about a 4 minute walk from the theater. There is a $5 dollar cover for this show.
SKIPTRACERS is at the Village East Cinema (189 2nd Ave. @12th street) from SEPTEMBER 11 – 17TH, 2009 so if you can’t make it to the premiere, go see it during the week. It’s playing 4 times a day.
Please spread the word to anyone you know who may be interested in seeing the movie. We need as many folks as possible to check out this film. Looking forward to seeing you there and witnessing the misadventures of the Trawick Family in Southeastern Alabama. Bring your family, your friends, random people you met on the street. Come one; come all…. see it again and again. You will laugh for some of the