Our #FlashBackFriday Queer Dance Parties



Our #FlashBackFriday Queer Dance Parties

Get your tickets here at    Revisit1983.eventbrite.com

Get your tickets here at Revisit1983.eventbrite.com

Retro Factory Presents REVISIT:1983 @ Bedlam

Relive the magic of our inaugural Retro Factory pride party and REVISIT: 1983

East Village, Manhattan - Theatre C, Zach Job, Chad Ryan, and Jason Barker in association with Daniel Nardicio Productions and Long Island CIty Artists, Inc., have come together to create a new series of retro-themed dance parties called RETRO FACTORY. The past smashes into the present, in this series that brings long-ago eras (and not so distant ones) into an all-night-into-morning affair. The night will be filled with with surprise immersive live performances and visuals in the style of The Donkey Show and Here Lies Love. The capsule RETRO FACTORY events will take place at Daniel Nardicio's Bedlam in  the East Village and will give you a taste of our larger events in our Long Island City warehouse location and give you a peek into what we have in store for our next large scale event.

We #FlashbackFriday to "1983" - an homage to the legendary gay dance party held at The Pyramid Club in the East Village until 2011. This is an 80's party reimagined from a gay perspective, and encompassing the grit and sex appeal of the east village.

with DJ
David Scott

Pop-Up dance performances by choreographer
Breton Tyner-Bryan 

Professional Event and Portrait Photography

Full Bar

Hosted by
Chad Ryan
Erika Astarita
Roger Calderon

and Glow Job

Cool 80's attire and attitude strongly encouraged!! Special gifts for those that bring it! Photos will be taken and posted on our FB event page and insta, be sure to follow. @retrofactorynyc







Flyer by Zach Job

Please note: Revisit: 1983 is an intentional space for queer folks. If you are a straight ally and wish to attend the party, please be mindful of the intention of the event.


Get your ticket early and save- $10

up to $40 (door)

::::::: Consent Policy :::::::
Behave with beauty, connect with intention. We are obsessed with Consent. Always ASK before touching anyone in our venue. Always ASK before photographing your fellow patrons. Photos of our performers are welcome and encouraged.

If someone is violating your boundaries or harassing you, please report them to a security guard or any staff member. We have a zero tolerance policy for harassment. If you feel something, say something, and we will help. Questions, comments, concerns? Let us know: info@theatreC.org

::::::: Community and Accessibility :::::::
This is a space for everyone to feel welcome and loved. Racism, sexism, ableism, ageism, homophobia, transphobia, or any other form of discrimination will not be tolerated at our venue. All entrances and spaces within the venue are single-level. Strobe lights are used during performances and parties.


1983 Pride



1983 Pride



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“1983” Pride 2017

Our first event set out to create something missing in New York City nightlife: A space for queer people of every demographic that could be celebrated and who could witness their story reinterpreted through dance and a party with a throw back twist. 1983 was a huge success and turned into quite the amazing and inspiring night!! We got to participate in and celebrate queer art made by queer artists. It was something we at Retro Factory are immensely proud of and will strive to continue to produce.

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