Join us for the live broadcast of the 83rd Academy Awards—with themed drink specials, prizes and more!
Hosts will provide erudite commentary on the fashion choices, questionable results and all manner of madness surrounding the big event. We encourage you to dress up, whether your preference is swan gown or bolo tie.
Doors at 7:30 pm, Oscar ceremony broadcast at 8 pm.
$10 ticket includes one glass of champagne.
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Eliot Glazer is a writer and comedian and currently an editor at New York Magazine's Vulture. He is the guy behind "Shit New Yorkers Say" and is the co-creator of the web series, It Gets Betterish. A performer at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater since 2007, Eliot can be seen performing all over New York, and has appeared on MTV, Fox News, Sirius Radio, ABC World News Tonight and BBC Radio. His anthology of essays, My Parents Were Awesome: Before Fanny Packs and Minivans, They Were People, Too, is published by Random House and based on his blog of the same name, My Parents Were Awesome. More at eliotglazer.com.
Giulia Rozzi is a NYC based writer, comedian, actress and producer raised in Boston by two adorable Italian immigrants. Her very personal, blunt and animated comedy has earned her the honor of being named a Moth GrandSLAM champion, one of the Frisky's "Top 15 Comediennes You Should Be Laughing At" and a two-time ECNY Best Female Stand Up nominee. She's appeared on MTV, Vh1, Cake Boss: Next Great Baker, Italian MTV, CNN and in her original web series themessage-board.com. She co-hosts/created the highly acclaimed humorous sex-themed storytelling show Stripped Stories and the bi-monthly Brooklyn-based comedy show Dive Comedy.
She has written for Playgirl, BUST, Glamour, XOJane.com, TheGLOC.net, NY Press, Lifetimetv.com, Lemondrop, Takepart.com and the MTV series Silent Library where one of her ideas (licking cocoa butter off a man's hairy back) made Snooki vomit (so proud!)
She has also contributed essays to the anthologies My Parents Were Awesome and Mortified: Real Words, Real People, Real Pathetic. She is currently working on her first memoir. More at www.giuliarozzi.com.