Mar 31, 2016: Stonewall | Preserving an LGBTQ Landmark
Ain’t no party like a Colette and Olivia party ’cause a Colette and Olivia party always ends in the spilling of some body fluid. Usually tears. Sometimes blood. Once amniotic fluid.
The ladies of ITWAN are returning to Stonewall with pong balls and chasers in order to break down PARTIES of all varieties – from playing Truth or Dare in your middle school best friend’s basement to playing Stay And Make A Bad Decision or Leave And Eat A Dollar Slice in your mind while standing in the corner of your office holiday party.
In “I Think We’re Alone Now,” a new variety show if variety shows were more like that one 8th grade sleepover where you chugged someone’s dad’s Miller Lites and learned how to give a hickey from your friend Lauren, hosts Colette McIntyre and Olivia Levine work through their issues, engaging in the type of #realtalk and secret-swapping that one normally saves for their LiveJournal or therapist. With the help of special guests, games, Google, alcohol, and not their college degrees, Colette and Olivia explore a new theme each month and try to make comedy out of their many tragedies. Audience members are invited to pass judgment (and sometimes jump onstage) as the ladies of ITWAN try to prove that they’re not alone in thinking that a person’s character is revealed in their porn search terms, vegans are terrifying, and that Baby was the worst Spice Girl.