Time Out says
Posted: Tue Apr 27 2010
Originally a Prohibition-era speakeasy, this comfortable, low-ceilinged 160-seat East Village fixture has been through several incarnations. It was long known as the Pearl Theater, though the classic company departed for uptown digs in 2009, and now the owner has rededicated himself to the space, with plans to reanimate the attached café and run films in addition to theatrical and dance offerings.
Theatre 80 80 St. Marks Pl
What's on at Theatre 80
Bob and Tobly McSmith's unauthorized musical goof on Saved by the Bell returns to offer another helping of wacky '90s-style high jinks. Original Screech and walking cautionary tale Dustin Diamond plays himself.
Having bitch-slapped New York with last year's Mildred Fierce, Ryan Landry and his Boston-based Gold Dust Orphans troupe return with a decidedly un-PG version of the Snow White story, featuring the cheerfully trashy Varla Jean Merman as Prince Charming...