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The Macaulay Culkin Show: JOHN EARLY, GREG BARRIS, JENA FRIEDMAN, NICK RUTHERFORD, NICK NANEY, GOOD COP GREAT COP, LIVIA SCOTT & MORE!
May 31, 2015 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm| $5
Parents of NYC comedians and comedy fans will take pictures and cry and wonder where the last four years of their lives on Sunday May 31st. That’s right, it’s time for COMEDY PROM. It’s just like regular prom! We will have slow dances, photos, “Time Of Our Lives” by Pitbull (feat. Ne-Yo), and memories that will last a lifetime.
Pick someone to “PROMPOSE” to and do it publicly on the event page! You can choose to come without a date (but that’s basically social suicide).
GREG BARRIS (Heart of Darkness)
RYAN BENNETT (Pepsi Boy)
JOHN EARLY (Broad City, High Maintenance)
JENA FRIEDMAN (The Daily Show)
GOOD COP GREAT COP (New Timers)
NICK NANEY (”Shreeeek!” “Schmiggay” “Cuuuuummmm!”)
NICK RUTHERFORD (SNL, Good Neighbor)
LIVIA SCOTT (Livia Scott Sketch Program)
MATT STOWE (has opinions on the MCU)
and your chaperones
BRETT DAVIS & SALLY BURTNICK
The show will be $5, and it highlights a week of activities:
– Monday night’s baseball game also serves as parent night.
– Wednesday is Unity Day.
– The Macaulay Culkin Show Spring Choral Concert is Friday night.
– Advanced Placement Testing takes place all week.
TIPS FOR MACAULAY PROM:
– Start whitening your teeth if you want.
– Start breaking in your shoes by wearing them around the house. They look super cute while you’re vacuuming or cleaning your cat’s litter box.
– Coordinate with your date and have his vest/tie/whatever match the color of your dress. Super cute.
– Start tanning if you’d like. If you’re going the sun-exposure-free route and going spray tanning, remember to EXFOLIATE before so you don’t get patchy!
– Start avoiding salty foods so you don’t bloat.
– Get together with your girlfriends a week before the show, and have a de-stressing beauty day and bond. Have snacks, watch movies, do facials, all that stuff that you see in movies and on TV that never actually see in real life.
– Get your nails did.
– Make sure you wear a button up or a zip-up hoodie while you’re getting ready so you don’t have to pull anything over your head and ruin your hair or makeup.
– Have a good lunch that won’t make you bloat.
– Head out and have fun! All of the time you spent preparing for this is finally gonna pay off! You deserve this night of fun, don’t stress about a damn thing.
The following dress code is applicable to all students and guests who wish to enter the Prom. All guests must comply with all Code of Conduct requirements. If you have questions concerning your dress, it is your responsibility to seek prior approval from administration. Students can bring their formal wear to school, or bring a picture of their formal wear, to be reviewed by administration during all lunches.
Any questions regarding dress should be resolved before that evening. Any student or guest that fails to meet any of the following conditions will be denied entry to the event:
Dress Code for Young Men:
Dress pants, dress shirt, and dress shoes. A tie and jacket is strongly recommended. All pants must be securely worn around the waist. No “polo” style shirts will be allowed. Athletics shoes/sneakers (i.e. Nikes, Adidas, etc.), skate shoes (i.e. Vans, Airwalks, etc.) or workboots will not be permitted. The decision is FINAL.
Dress Code for Young Women:
Must wear a dress, pantsuit, or gown that is in good taste. The outfit may not be made of see-through material. Strapless dresses are allowed; however, they must be in good taste. Open styles are allowed, but need to cover the lower back area. All dresses must cover the midriff area completely. The sides of the midriff area must also be covered. Front necklines shall not be lower than a line formed between the right and left armpit. This guideline governs cleavage and the principal’s/designee’s decision is FINAL. The dress length and all slits cannot exceed more than four inches above the knee.
Dress Code Violations:
Attendees dressed inappropriately will be turned away at the door. Students will not be admitted wearing cargo pants, sneakers, jeans/denim, khakis, Dickies (or other casual pants), t-shirts, torn clothing, chains/spikes, sexually implicit or explicit clothes, shorts, hats and head coverings, bandanas, or items referencing tobacco or alcohol products. Adjustments made at the door or during the dance (including pinning, the addition of a jacket, the addition of a body suit, etc.) can be used as solutions for violations of the dress code, but if these can not make the attire acceptable, then student(s) will be asked to leave the dance. The designee’s decision is FINAL.