Kiki & Herb: Live at the Knitting Factory (DVD)

Directed by Gerard Schmidt

Release Year: 2007
Running Time: 94
UPC: 6 89076 85148 0
Color Type: Color
Country: U.S.
Language: English
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Available on digital
Cast
Justin Bond
Kenny Mellman

Crew
Directed by Gerard Schmidt

Justin Bond and Kenny Mellman are KIKI & HERB, worldwide smash punk rebel entertainers, cabaret outsiders, and subversive pop stars who rock all over the world. Join the Tony-nominated duo for their first-ever live DVD from the Knitting Factory in New York City. Featuring 15 numbers from their incendiary Year of Magical Drinking Tour including Rhythm Divine, Song Against Sex, I’m Ugly (and I Don’t Know Why), Moments of Pleasure, I was a Maoist Intellectual, and LilyBelle, Kiki & Herb Live at the Knitting Factory delivers the artistry that Ben Brantley of the NY Times hails as “mind-popping, transcendent, and wondrous, of devastating depth and substance.”


DVD Extras Include:
  • Not Without My Napalm - July 4th, 1993
  • Kiki and Herb Live at the Fez - August 26, 1999
  • Banging in the Nails - July 7th, 2005
  • The King Must Die - DVD outtake

“Slashingly funny, psychically unsettling entertainment — part cabaret, part rock and roll, part Victorian melodrama”
- The New Yorker

“A deliciously deranged, perfectly timed descent into theatrical madness, all set to a deliriously inappropriate pop soundtrack...horribly funny and unexpectedly moving.”
- TimeOut London

“Truly defiant, subversive, untamed and undiluted brand of entertainment”
- San Francisco Bay Times


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