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Bio: There are conflicting stories about the origins of Erik Ransom. Some say he was developed by the Soviet Union during the eighties to combat Reagan-era conservatism and to topple the moral structure of the American Superpower. Some say he was deposited on the Earth by an Alien God to spread the re... See Full BioMore Info
"Febreezia's Couch" is a weekly variety show. Erik Ransom will be the guest artist on Tuesday August 23rd.
Join Erik Ransom on his day off from "Carrie" with Musical Director Mat Wright and a few special guests for a unique cabaret event stocked with world premieres of never-before-performed works! The evening will feature songs from "Coming: A Musical of Biblical Proportions", songs from "High Camp", as well as a few covers and other surprises. Of Love & Sadism is a fundraiser for EgoPo Productions and is part of their mid-season gala. You've seen him at the Prom, now see Erik in his natural habitat: Das Kabarett!
-The Late Night Cabaret- This will be an Erik Ransom filled event, featuring: -The Music Video premiere of Erik Ransom's "No Place Like the Prom (Love Theme from 'Carrie')" MUSIC VIDEO! -Songs from High Camp -Songs from Idolatry -Erik will also perform select Radiohead covers with Jess Conda and the Philly All-Star Band, "On a Sunday" Come if you're a glutton for Erik! It's free!
See Erik Ransom perform his original compositions as you've never seen them before! As part of Collaborative Arts' "Breakthrough Arts Festival", Erik will perform in the "Flash in the Pan" event at the George St. Playhouse this Saturday August 14th! The performance art piece, conceived and executed by Erik Ransom and Xander Rioh, promises to bring even more theatricality to the songs of "High Camp" and "Idolatry"! Just $10 to en...ter for all the performances, not just "Low Culture". Come on out for a rare New Brunswick performance from Erik Ransom! For more information on the event, "Flash in the Pan", check here: http://www.colab-arts.org/breakthrough-arts-fest