I’m back in my old stomping ground, Brooklyn, and writing for my old employer, the Brooklyn Paper. This time it’s about House of Yes, a performance space known for its daring aerial feats and tongue-in-cheek cabaret shows. I could always look to its listings for fun, out-there events that promise eye-catching photos like the one above. This piece is about some of its last events, though, as House of Yes is leaving its Bushwick home of the past five years due to a rent spike. It’s one last Yes.
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