The best nightcap in NYC. The best nightlife in Greenpoint.

Recipe for Our Next Experience -

Note: This recipe is best served for 16 performances. January 15th - February 14th, 2016. Only 50 tickets available per night. $50.00 per person. With a twist.

Ingredients:

 

  • A mystical factory space on Box Street just over the Pulaski Bridge

 

  • Fifty new friends: VIPs, artists, magicians, comics, pseudoscientists, party animals, hoteliers, NYC foodies

 

  • Rich Awn’s luscious fermented tea potions – Mombucha – ginger mint, elderberry, orange blood, coco vanilla, blue eyes  

 

  • Jim Knable's ferocious adaptation of a mysterious George Bernard Shaw play featuring Napoleon Bonaparte: “Destiny and the Little Man," an Equity Approved Showcase, directed by Bruce Levitt - with theatrical spirit and vibes like Hamilton on steroids

 

  • A curated list of some of music’s funkiest, spiciest, most soulful acts including The K.i.D. featuring JC Brooks (of JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound), Douglas And The Goodharts, SisterMonk, Twiga, Natti Vogel, Transmission Party, The Foxfires, Stephen Backcock, Fat Heaven, Hello Beddo and Tarana.

 

  • Variety acts including comedians Harrison Greenbaum (Comedy Cellar, Last Comic Standing), Jeffrey Gurian (Comedy Matters TV, Sirius XM Radio) and magician Jon Tai (amazing magic in Brooklyn)

 

Instructions:

 

Throw the ingredients into a copper still. Heat until 78 degrees Celsius. Add more libations - sensational Brooklyn cocktails. Let mix and mingle all night long.

The Drink: Mombucha

Mombucha is Rich Awn’s artisanal kombucha (a rich fermented tea brew that dates back to the Qin Dynasty) brewed, bottled and labeled by hand at “Magick City,” his commercial brewery located in Greenpoint and site of this Nightcap Riot.

 

As part of the evening’s festivities, Rich will offer a tour of his brewery, tastings of various Mombucha varietals (including Black Vanilla, Gingermint and Orange Blood) and even teach Nightcap Rioters how to brew their own kombucha.

Nightcap Riot will feature Mombucha-focused cocktails throughout the evening at a unique bar curated by Rich and special VIP guests from NYC’s culinary scene. All attendees of Nightcap Riot will also receive a 10 oz Mombucha bottle and a Kombucha starter kit to take home at the conclusion of the festivities.
 
 

The Play: "Destiny and The Little Man"

 

“Destiny and the Little Man” is Jim Knable’s ferocious and hilarious battle of wits between a 26-year-old Napoleon Bonaparte and a mysterious lady who may or may not be a ruthless Viennese spy. Nightcap Riot is thrilled to present Knable’s world premiere adaptation of George Bernard Shaw’s “The Man of Destiny”, an Equity Approved Showcase, directed by Bruce Levitt. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                Meet the Playwright.        Meet the Director.             Meet the Cast.

 

The Music: "Soul from Across the Spectrum"

 

Nightcap Riot climaxes with a concerts curated by some of New York City’s top music minds and producers, focusing on music that speaks to the spirit of finding harmony in discord, greatness in collaboration, and funk and soul in diversity. Each and every night will feature robust, dynamic artists from across the musical spectrum, performing and fusing energies in a setting that celebrates what it means to revel in all facets of the arts – from food to drink to theater to folk, classical, trap, jazz, hip hop, rock and the blues.

 

Participating artists (rotating nightly and subject to change) include:

 

 

JC Brooks
JC Brooks and The K.i.D
Douglas and The Goodharts
Nati Vogel
Tarana
Twiga
The Foxfires
Transmission Party
SisterMonk
tina fantasy
Stephen Babcock
Hello Beddo
Evan Nachimson
 
 

The Special Guests

 

Some nights we will be graced with some of the most unique and talented variety acts NYC has to offer. Check back often to see who else is joining the Riot!

 

 

Katie Hannigan

Katie Hannigan

Eli Yudin

Eli Yudin

Michael Chaut

Michael Chaut

Jon Tai

Jon Tai

Ryan Stanisz

Ryan Stanisz

Ben Rosen

Ben Rosen

Harrison Greenbaum

Harrison Greenbaum

Jeffrey Gurian

Jeffrey Gurian