The things we do on Saturday night are often best not viewed by light of day but fortunately, Mike Black didn’t get that memo. The ace photographer has shared with us his amazing series of images (featuring guest star Bruce Springsteen, Joe Grushecky, Eddie Kowalczyk and a Soprano or two) from last Saturday’s Light of Day concert in Asbury Park and you’ll find them EXCLUSIVELY in today’s edition of Red Bank oRBit.
But talk about a harsh morning-after: if you’re that trio of tragic heroines from Jacqueline Susann‘s Valley of the Dolls, you’ve just downed a Crayola-box of pills, broken every TV taboo of the MadMen era and been through more wig-pulling, gutter-meltdown crash ‘n burns than a season’s worth of cable clip shows. But the biggest indignity is yet to come, as the one and only Queen of Green Hedda Lettuce returns this Saturday to screen the 1967 camp classic that starred Patty Duke, Barbara Parkins and the genuinely tragic Sharon Tate.
The famed drag performer and comic chanteuse (who always manages to remain one crisply dressed salad no matter what night or morning it may be) will be shredding the film with a live custom narration, interactive skits and much more and we’ve got the exclusive commentary track from La Lettuce herself, ONLY in Red Bank oRBit!