September 7 + 8, 2019
The world has ended. Vodka is now made from seashells and the only music to have survived the apocalypse is Tchaikovsky and Britney Spears. The survivors must begin to build a new world. Step one: build a library? The reading of this new play is sponsored by EveryLibrary and presented by Love Drunk Life.
$5 / 60 minutes
About Love Drunk Life
Love Drunk Life is an arts production and creative lifestyle company working to cultivate theatre, film, books, music, and product for the artistic soul.
We are thrilled to be coming back to Fringe. Past Fringe productions include Herlock Sholmes and the Mysterious Case of the Jersey Devil or The Living Dragon (2018), public screenings of Happy Yummy Chicken (2016), and The Most Awkward Love Life of Peabody Magoo (2015).
The Murder & Booze Cabaret will also be presented as a part of this year’s NJ Fringe Festival. This will be the second year that Love Drunk Life has presented in NJ Fringe.
Love Drunk Life has collaborated with the Princeton Public Library, EveryLibrary, the New Cannan Library, and the Burlington County Footlighters.
Check out Love Drunk Life’s line of products for artists of all types at etsy.com/shop/lovedrunklife.
EveryLibrary is the first and only national organization dedicated exclusively to political action at a local level to create, renew, and protect public funding for libraries of all types. We are a nonprofit Political Action Committee chartered to work exclusively on local library ballot initiatives.
EveryLibrary helps secure funding for libraries at the ballot box. We train, coach, and consult with library communities on Information Only and Vote YES campaigns. EveryLibrary is donor supported in our pro-bono work. We believe that any library campaign anywhere should matter to every library everywhere.
Part of the mission of EveryLibrary is an artist in residency program which explores the intersection of politics and libraries through art. EveryLibrary hosts in-person and virtual exhibits, performances, and showcases to engage the library community and their network of Americans who support librarians in this country.