Eraserhood Forever 2018 featuring Sherilyn Fenn

Eraserhood Forever 2018 featuring Sherilyn Fenn

We’re excited to reveal TWIN PEAKS star Sherilyn Fenn (Audrey Horne) as the guest of honor for the seventh annual Eraserhood Forever! The event will start with a one-hour Q&A with Ms. Fenn followed by a one-hour meet and greet (autographs and photos are included with admission). Then our always entertaining host Ben Velvet will host the annual Lynch-related trivia contest and we’ll finish the night with the live instrumental stylings of NYC’s Big Lazy.

NOTE: The entire night is a standing event, no chairs. No refunds or exchanges on tickets.

Sherilyn Fenn is an accomplished actress who is best known around the Eraserhood for her role as Audrey Horne in both TWIN PEAKS and 2017’s TWIN PEAKS: THE RETURN. The daughter of keyboardist Arlene Quatro (sister of Suzi Quatro) and Leon Fenn (former Alice Cooper manager), Sherilyn Fenn’s career began with roles in a number of much-loved genre and B-movies including THE WILD LIFE (1984), THRASHIN’ (1986), and THE WRAITH (1986). She portrayed Audrey Horne on TWIN PEAKS from 1990-1991 for which she earned both Golden Globe and Emmy nominations. A few of her many notable post-TWIN PEAKS projects include Gary Sinise’s OF MICE AND MEN (1992), Jennifer Chambers Lynch’s BOXING HELENA (1993), and the lead in NBC’s 1995 telemovies LIZ: THE ELIZABETH TAYLOR STORY. Ms. Fenn continues to act in both film and television.

Big Lazy

NYC’s gritty trio Big Lazy has flourished for 20 years, creating film music and
playing it's singular brand of crime jazz and highway twang from dive bars to The Whitney Museum of American Art. Big Lazy founder Stephen Ulrich is the composer for the HBO series Bored to Death.

"The Big Apple Crème de la Crème.” - Robert Christgau ,Dean of American rock critics

“Big Lazy, the elegantly gritty instrumental trio led by the extraordinary guitarist Stephen Ulrich… plays stunningly beautiful music that evokes everything from truckers' romps to the haunting film scores of Bernard Hermann. “ - The New Yorker 

$25.00 - $30.00

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