BKBX’s 7th Annual Black & White Ball, A Sparkling Night, is Monday, December 3rd at 6:30pm! Join us as we celebrate our community, announce our January show, and bring our 2019 from still to s p a r k l i n g. Whether you are an old friend or this is your first time donning black and white, it would be our absolute pleasure to have you as our guest!
Doors open at Dumbo Loft at 6:30 for live music by celebrated jazz vocalist Eleni Arapoglou accompanied by an open bar, table games, and delicious eats by beloved Chef Frédéric Robert and our friends at The Peninsula. Be sure to stick around for more treats by Foragers Market and Westville Bakery and get your photo taken by our resident photographer Bjorn Bolinder at his famous photo booth. At 8:00pm our Artistic Director will kick off our BKBX pop-up show, featuring a mix of fan-favorites and new pieces. The mime performance will be followed by a no-holds-barred dance party, of course. And surprise balloons, of course, popped and revealed throughout the night as we get closer to $15,000 goal!
We at BKBX believe in the power of simple, joyful, provocative storytelling that ignites imaginations and connects our audiences. It is our true pleasure to re-envision this throwback French medium for contemporary audiences of all backgrounds, and to find our voice (yes!) in today’s artistic and cultural landscape. We strive to run our non-profit the way we run our rehearsal room: with empathy, respect, and generosity. Help bring our 2019 season to fruition by purchasing a ticket, bringing a friend, and being our guest!
Purchase tickets here: $40 at the door, $30 in advance, $25 Early Bird through 11/7. Buy two tickets and save moolah with our bring-a-buddy discount at check-out!
Not in town or feeling less than social*? Make your tax-deductible donation via our Be There in Spirit Campaign to join the party. We’ll add your support to the overall tally and raise our glasses to y o u on December 3rd!
*Do consider that our beloved introvert tables will provide some high-octane puzzling. We’re talking 1000 pieces, people.
Where am I going? Dumbo Loft, 155 Water St, Brooklyn. 2/3 to Henry, F to York St., A/C to High St.
Can I bring kids? Yes! There will be an open bar but things stay quite classy.
What if I forgot to wear black and white? We’ll still love you, and you won’t be alone!
What if I can’t afford to pay for a ticket? Email email@example.com to see if we still need volunteers. Our bring-a-buddy discount is designed to make the party affordable for all.
What’s the best way to donate, online or at the Ball? They are equally effective and appreciated!
What if I’m late, or have to leave early? No problemo! We’ll have a schedule of the evening’s events posted as soon as you arrive. We’ll be partying until 11ish!
BKBX travels to Indianapolis and Chicago!
A tactical team of mime brought pop-up performances of our kids show, Destination: Everywhere, and our mainstage comedies show, Quiet Riot, for our first even Midwest Tour (scroll for show descriptions):
Mime-trip to Williamstown!
Broken Box Mimes performed and taught at Williamstown this August, alongside theater-makers from all over the country.
New Work Residency
The mimes dove deep into new material this summer, and head to the woods for a week-long creative retreat at the end of August. New York audiences will be the first to witness the fruits of this process – announcement coming soon!
NYC World Premiere Main Stage
Thanks to our amazing sponsors: