The Rise and Fall of the New York Club Kids
Michael Alig and his band of party monsters dominated the New York club scene from the late 80’s through the 90’s. Known for their outrageous costumes, flagrant drug use and murderous disposition; these urban outlaws, known for hosting illegal parties in McDonald’s dining rooms to subway cars, drew catastrophic amounts of unsavory attention that ultimately led to the toppling of their empire. Pandemic took over Milk Bar for the immersive and overwhelming performance of K: The Rise and Fall of the New York Club Kids.
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