2Scoops: Legally Oblig8ted

Photo by John Keon Photography

If you're looking for the perfect summer night out, you're obviously looking to see a show by a fictional '90s girl duo complete with fake lawsuits as a result of alleged assault in the midst of catchy pop. And it's impossible for performers who wear ensembles combining camo, sequins, and fanny packs to be anything less than thoroughly entertaining.

 

Below is a press release from Adam Enright at the offices of Deena and Dana:

 

2SCOOPS: LEGALLY OBLIG8TED TO PLAY JOE'S PUB JULY 5TH at 7:30pm

The rumors are true. 2Scoops: The Legendary, Chart-Topping, Entirely Fictional 90's Girl Group have broken up...again. Although they are not on speaking terms, and embroiled in a vicious legal battle, they will perform as planned because the court has ruled that they are LEGALLY OBLIG8TED.

Long after cassingles, beepers, and neon colors have gone out of style, these two girls from around the way still cling tight to the music and style of the 90's. Holding the world record for the most breakups of any group in history, they were recently reunited, broken up again and re-reunited on the Joe's Pub stage. Don't miss Dana and Deena for a night of fresh tales, classic jamz, and the same ol' bad attitudes. 

2Scoops is written and performed by Adam Enright & Aaron Fuksa


Special guests Ebony Blake and Vicky Modica!


Ticket Info:

https://joespub.publictheater.org/Tickets/Calendar/PlayDetailsCollection/Joes-Pub/2017/S/2Scoops/?SiteTheme=JoesPub


2Scoops Behind The Music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGqdCzK3MCo

 

2Scoops Live at Joe's Pub Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySRCx9C6r9w

 

Bios


Aaron Fuksa most recently co-wrote the script for two production numbers in Yuletide Celebration staring Josh Kaufman, Season six winner of The Voice / Pippin. Other performances include Hairspray with John Waters and The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, B-Side Productions A Man of No Importance, The Karaoke Show (NY/Scotland) and the National Tours of Jesus Christ Superstar and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. Symphony concert work includes Indianapolis, Seattle and Oregon Symphonies.  www.aaronfuksa.com

 
Adam Enright is an actor, a singer and a writer who most recently played Hedwig in Hedwig and the Angry Inch at the Boise Contemporary Theater. Other performances include Good Bitch Goes Down at Joe's Pub, Progressive Theatre Workshop's reading of Cake (Dixon Place) and God Hates This Show (HERE Arts Center), Hedwig in Hedwig and The Angry Inch (Los Angeles) TV/Film: Adam can be seen in the upcoming seasons of Odd Mom Out, Mozart in the Jungle, Power, Eastsiders and in the upcoming films Landline (starring Jenny Slate), Drunk Parents and Stella's Last Weekend.  www.adam-enright.com
 
Ebony Blake is a native of Dayton, Ohio, and a proud graduate of Wright State University. Some of her favorite credits include: The Book of Mormon (First National Tour), Nefertiti: A Concert of Music and Dance (starring role with Deeply Rooted Dance Theater), Black Nativity (The Classical Theatre of Harlem), Aida (National Tour, Aida understudy), The Colored Museum and For Colored Girls...(directed by Stanley Wayne Mathis), Jitney (The Human Race Theatre Company), and Thoroughly Modern Mille (directed by John MacInnis). Ms. Blake has also had the pleasure of traveling the world while working for Disney Cruise Lines, Holland America Cruise Lines, and Universal Studios Japan. She loves her family, friends and James. 

Vicky Modica is the front woman for White Wedding-Totally Radical 80s Tribute and has been featured in multiple NYC based Pink Floyd Tribute Bands. She received a BFA in musical theater but always carried a torch for Blues, R&B, Rock and Disco. Ms. Modica is the winner of the First TGTalent at Bar tini Ultra Lounge, top contestant in Marty Thomas Presents DIVA at Industry Bar, MS. Cha Cha  in The Girly Show and even managed to survive The World Famous Amatauer Night at the Apollo Theater TWICE. Favorite Roles include Mdme Flora in The Medium, Mary in Jesus Christ Superstar, Judith in Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens (directed by Bill Russell), Maria in  West Side Story  and Eva in Evita. Vicky has been in numerous workshop productions throughout the city and has produced several cabaret shows.
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