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Which Marx Brother Are You?

NOTE: The events listed here took place at Marxfest in 2014.

The Marx Brothers on Television The Music of the Marx Brothers
Duck Soup at MoMA Trav S.D.
Walking Tour
Calendar of events
I'll Say She Is Wit's End
Murray Hill
Barx Brothers Dogwalk Dr Sketchy's
The Marxes of Yorkville Calendar of events
Pinchbottom Burlesque Marxes in Manhattan
An Evening with Groucho The Evolution of the Marx Brothers
Film screenings


screeningA Night at the Opera
partyThe Party of the First Part

talkFrom Angels to Anarchists

theatreAn Evening with Groucho

theatreAn Evening with Groucho
talkscreeningThe Marx Brothers on TV

talkMarxes in Manhattan

screeningMonkey Business
theatrePinch Bros. in The Bawdy House

musicThe Music of the Marx Brothers

MAY 10
talkAnarchy in Astoria

MAY 11
partyDr. Sketchy's MarxFest

MAY 15
screeningRoom Service
screeningA Night at the Opera
Virtual partyGlobal Marx Bros. Shindig
theatrePinch Bros. in The Bawdy House

MAY 17
outdoor eventBarx Brothers Dogwalk
talkThe Marxes of Yorkville
theatreYou Bet Your Ass

MAY 18
outdoor eventAn Elephant in Your Pajamas
theatrePinch Bros. in The Bawdy House

MAY 22
screeningA Day at the Races
screeningDuck Soup at MoMA
theatrePinch Bros. in The Bawdy House

MAY 23
theatreI'll Say She Is

MAY 24
screeningRoom Service
theatreLower East Side Fest. of the Arts

MAY 25
theatreI'll Say She Is

MAY 27
theatreTheatre Museum Gala

MAY 29
screeningHorse Feathers
talkWe're All Mad Here

MAY 31
outdoor eventMarx / Algonquin Walking Tour
partyWit's End Speakeasy Party

The boys, 1931

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The Music of the Marx Brothers

I'll Say She Is returns! Connelly Theater, NYC, spring 2016. Details at illsaysheis.com!

DAYS 1-2 | 3-4 | 5-7 | 8-11 | 12-19 | 20-26 | 27-31

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New York City Celebrates the Marx Brothers

"You never could tell what you might be dealt in a poker game in those days." -- Harpo Marx, Harpo Speaks

Once upon a time, a hundred years ago, there were four brothers named Leonard, Arthur, Julius, and Milton.

They were just beginning to enjoy some success as vaudeville comedians, when on one fateful night in May of 1914 they were playing poker in Galesburg, Illinois with a monologuist named Art Fisher. In debt to the popularity of Gus Mager's comic strips, Fisher began referring to the brothers by nicknames which reflected their personalities and ended with the letter O. In private, the nicknames caught on right away, though it would be another decade before the boys were officially billed as Chico, Harpo, Groucho, and Zeppo. (In 1918, Milton/Gummo left the act and was replaced by the youngest brother, Herbert.)

This is as good a reason as any to celebrate the work and lives of these great artists. Join us in New York City, the home of the Marx Brothers, for a series of unmissable events in the Marxist month of May, 2014.



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