On April 15, from 9pm to 1am the Beehive in Boston’s South End will present Zack Hickman’s House of Ill Repute. Originating in 2004, this musical circus is a loud, jovial and mischievous variety show in the highest order featuring the very best musicians and entertainers. This one night only show will include artists such as:
Mark Erelli: A Boston headliner for over a decade, and Signature Sounds recording artist. Audience members should be prepared for a high energy, flashy performance. A highlight not to be missed, Erelli’s medley of Roy Orbison covers led with a full horn section.
Neil Cleary: Drummer, songwriter, singer extraordinaire, Neil Clearly will entertain viewers with his own interpretation of original rock-n-roll songs combined with some classic reworked covers (Think Madonna's "Borderline" as a country waltz). Fans can also anticipate Cleary’s much coveted Schoolhouse Rock cover of class “I’m Just a Bill” complete with crazy costumes.
Barnstar: This is an incredibly high energy bluegrass band that will also include Taylor Armerding (from Northern Lights) and banjo player Charlie Rose. Fast, loud, high tenor singing - guests can anticipate very aggressive, high energy music.
*Bonus: During the show, raffle tickets will be distributed. The lucky winner will receive a typical Zack-esque prize, auto parts or food from the Asian groceries.
Musical Comedy Sets Will Feature:
Ronald Reagan: Boston's Premier 80’s saxophone duo – Revelers get ready for 80’s songs, costume changes (Acid-washed jeans and neon brights anyone?).
MC Mr. Napkins: "Nerd-rap" – A hilarious performance of “nerdy” rap songs ensured to bring a chuckle amongst any group of pocket-protector-wearing smarties.
Attention Guests: Be sure to make you dinner reservations early and secure your spot for this action-packed, laugh riot! As always, there is no cover charge at The Beehive.
541 Tremont Street