Cancellation Island: A Problemagic Live Podcast Recording

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Cancellation Island: A Problemagic Live Podcast Recording

  • Ages 21+
  • Topic Studios and John Cameron Mitchell Present

Cancellation Island: A Problemagic Live Podcast Recording・Sat-Sun, April 8 & 9

By The Bell House

When and where

Date and time

April 8 · 7pm - April 9 · 9pm EDT


The Bell House 149 7th Street (Between 2nd and 3rd Ave) Brooklyn, NY 11215


  • John Cameron Mitchell
  • Michael Cavadias
  • and more TBA!

Refund Policy

Refunds up to 30 days before event

About this event

  • 1 day 2 hours
  • Ages 21+
  • Mobile eTicket

In the future, we will all be cancelled for fifteen minutes,” posits John Cameron Mitchell. There has been much discussion about cancel culture, but the question remains – where do cancelled people go? Are they all huddled together in some earthy purgatory waiting for redemption – or further punishment? Cancellation Island is the new fictional podcast series from Topic Studios and co-creators Mitchell and Michael Cavadias, which tells the story of an island rehab for cancelled people that asks the question, “In a world where all news is fake, are all stories true?”

Join us as part of the live studio audience for the recording of Cancellation Island, featuring John Cameron Mitchell directing live, an all-star cast, and surprise audience participation. All guests MUST attend both Saturday and Sunday performances.

Saturday 4/8: 6:00pm Doors / 7:00pm Show

Sunday 4/9: 5:00pm Doors / 6:00pm Show


Ages 21+

**For continuity of story and atmosphere, ticketholders are strongly encouraged to attend both the Saturday and Sunday shows

About the organizer

Organized by
The Bell House

Nestled squarely between Park Slope and Carroll Gardens. The Bell House is a state of the art 8,000 square foot facility with separate performance space and lounge. Crafted out of a 1920’s printing factory and featuring an 88 foot long, 25 foot high magnificent wooden barrel vault ceiling, The Bell House has become a major hub for arts and performance in Brownstone Brooklyn.

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