Hallelujah! ‘Never Sleep Alone’ Returns to NYC Friday

NYC’s fuckability factor just rose 60 points – and it’s not just because you moved here. With the return this Friday of Never Sleep Alone – the hit show that helps get you laid – countless New Yorkers are now on their way to never sleeping alone every Friday night, from now until Nov. 2nd, so please plan accordingly (i.e. wash your bed sheets). And in celebration of the special opening night performance, this Friday’s 9:30pm show at Joe’s Pub is Black Tie-optional, and includes luxury limo service for the entire audience to the after-party at a very secret and sexy new club.

Just to re-cap: Never Sleep Alone is The New York Times-acclaimed show led by sexual psychologist and music therapist Dr. Alex Schiller. The Dr.performs sex-infused pop songs, dispenses golden advice from her book Get Laid or Die Trying, and encourages mingling and on-stage make outs between all the rows and legions of single people in attendance. If you’re feeling timid or you’re with a date, just sign up for the more expensive “voyeur” seat in the back and watch the action unfold while you wish you were single again.

The details of this special opening night performance mean several things:

  1. It’s Black Tie-optional, ensuring that already hot people are going to look even hotter
  2. Free limo service from Joe’s Pub to The Very Secret and Sexy New Club ensures optimal bonding time and rendezvous in the leathered corners, and
  3. The cocktails from both the show and after-party locations make every bit of this all the easier!

So if you’re ready to share your bed and get laid in it too, buy a ticket, get dressed up, and make your way to Joe’s Pub this Friday. And if you’re not ready to do that yet then, well, you’re selfish and deserve to be alone. Forever.

‘Never Sleep Alone’: Get Tickets and Get Laid at Tomorrow’s Last Show

In our obsession with shows about sex, singles, and ways of helping singles have sex, it is with great sadness that we announce this season’s final performance of Never Sleep Alone this Friday (tomorrow). Yes, we are in fact talking about that New York Times-acclaimed show that helps singles hook-up (evidence provided). And since each show sells out before you can even say “but I’ve been involuntarily chaste,” get your tickets today so you can get laid tomorrow.

Watch hot sexual psychologist and music therapist Dr. Alex Schiller perform sex-infused pop songs, dispense golden advice from her book Get Laid or Die Trying, and encourage mingling and on-stage make outs between all the rows and legions of single people in attendance. If you’re feeling timid or you’re with a date, just sign up for the more expensive “voyeur” seat in the back and watch the action unfold while you wish you were single again.

The last show is happening at the usual spot: Joe’s Pub at 9:30pm. And a ticket includes free access to NSA’s after-party, which is at a secret and always-sexy location. DO NOT miss the after-party. Trust us. It just might be the last time you’ll ever hook-up.

Until Friday, September 14 at 9:30pm, of course! When Never Sleep Alone returns to Joe’s Pub and our nether regions do a little dance. 

“Never Sleep Alone” Hooks People Up: We’ve Got the Transcripts to Prove It

When a show is created that is designed to hook you up, you better believe it delivers. Need some evidence? At Never Sleep Alone, patrons are given an email address and phone number to call and report their post-show and after-party hook-ups. Here, we’ve provided the scandalous, real-life transcripts of all the triumphs.

Just to re-cap: Never Sleep Alone is The New York Times-acclaimed show led by sexual psychologist and music therapist Dr. Alex Schiller. The Dr. dispenses advice from her book Get Laid or Die Trying, performs some sex-infused pop songs, and encourages mingling (and occasionally on-stage makeouts) between all the rows and legions of single people in attendance. If you’re feeling timid, you can just sign up for the more expensive “voyeur” seat in the back and watch the action unfold. Performances are at Joe’s Pub every Friday this month at 11:30pm. This Friday, March 16th is the next one – and only three shows are left, so get your tickets now – they sell out quickly. Each ticket includes free access to NSA’s after-party, which is at a different location every time, and is always-secret and sexy. This Friday’s will be at a very exclusive downtown hotel… come to the show to find out where.
 
Now, onto the testimonies: 

Hi, my name is ___.  I was just calling to report what happened after the Valentine’s Day show. I decided to stay at the after-party by myself because my girlfriends were all going to work in the morning and wanted to go back home. And so, getting into the mood of the show, I decided to hang out. I ended up meeting this amazingly smoking-hot Brazilian. He took me to a late-night restaurant/lounge that served food, and after a couple of martinis, we started making out like crazy. I went back to his apartment, and the rest was history. I have to say: it was one of the most memorable nights I’ve had in a long time. God, super amazing. Just thought I would call and let you know your advice clearly works. Thanks, Dr.

WHERE did that guy ___ come from? Is he some hustler you hired, and did you put something on our champagne because, I swear to God, it was the best random hookup OF MY LIFE. Love you so much!

I am reporting TWO hook ups from Friday night: one at the show, where I kissed a girl by the coat check, and another at the after-party where I did more than a kiss 😉 I don’t have to call her, do I, Doctor? Just joking. I do want to and will see her for dinner this week, but if it doesn’t work out… I want the Doctor!

Hey Dr. Alex. The show was phantastic.  We laughed our butts off and ___ wants you to know that she did not sleep alone. She was very good at being mysterious with the guys you showed to her at after-party spot Pravda and he was thrilled with your program, too. Thanks again, I’m telling EVERYONE.

I had a fantastic time on Friday night. I had to call and say thanks.  I made about with the guy you brought on stage. After the after-party, we went to Blue Ribbon for oysters, he bought, and we did not sleep alone. What a time. I really may see him again. Thanks, Dr. Excellent time. Thank you.

Feel silly doing this, but I figure I owe it to you, Dr. I went to the Valentine’s Day show and had a really good time time. I’m 32 and work a professional job and I was just in a relationship for a while – seven years – kind of had a rough break-up.  But my buddy was like, “You gotta check out this NSA thing,” and I went and met this really fun girl that you had actually pulled on the stage, and ended up sleeping not alone ; she actually came back to my place and stayed for the next 48 hours! So, I guess I’m back in the dating scene. This is a lot of fun, and I’ve been telling everyone to check it out.

Hey, this is ___; you were just telling my friend and I to contact you if we hook up, and thanked us “’for being so handsome” (which was very kind of you but we don’t believe a word of it, heh-heh). Anyway, you were a very gracious hostess and even introduced us to two women we’re meeting for brunch on Sunday, so, cheers! 

Hi, Dr. Alex. It’s Jake. Loved meeting you last night and thanks for the good advice. I did what you said and told the girl directly that, “I want to take you to dinner tomorrow night. Would you prefer sushi or Italian?” and she laughed but said yes, so now I have to cancel on my cockblocker friend. 

Do you have a post-NSA hook-up to report? Call 917-830-3672 or email NSAshow@gmail.com.

Never Sleep Alone: A Show Designed to Hook You Up

Do you want to meet hot people? Do you want to have sex? Do you like music? Then get a front-row seat to Never Sleep Alone, the New York Times-acclaimed show designed to hook you up. 

In this appropriately named performance by sexual psychologist and music therapist Dr. Alex Schiller at Joe’s Pub, the Dr. dispenses advice from her book Get Laid or Die Trying, performs some sex-infused pop songs, and encourages mingling (and occasionally on-stage makeouts) between all the rows and legions of single people in attendance. If you’re feeling timid, just sign up for the more expensive “voyeur” seat in the back and watch the action unfold.
 
“Single straight males should sit with single straight females,” says the Dr. “Hot gays with hot gays, older rich men with younger drunk women. Why sit with people you find sexually irrelevant?”
 
Performances begin this Friday, March 2nd at 11:30pm, and continue every Friday in March. Each ticket includes free access to a post-show after party at an always-secret and sexy location.
 
Note: Clean your apartment before the show –  there’s a very good chance you’ll be bringing someone back. 
 
Never Sleep Alone crowd

New York Valentine’s Day Itineraries for Every Couple & Scenario

So you’re single; or you’ve been in the same relationship for years; or you keep hooking up with your ex/best friend/ neighbor who has a stocked pantry and a really good view. Who cares! Valentine’s Day is for lovin’, and no matter the state of your romantic affairs, you deserve a rendezvous-filled good night. We’ve compiled the ideal itinerary for every kind of date – satisfaction guaranteed.

Friends with Benefits:

  • Westminster Dog Show: Who needs roses and a box of assorted chocolates? Get delivery, jump into bed, turn on your TV, and admire some good looking hounds at the second longest-running sporting event in the country. Whether you’re anticipating the debut of the Icelandic sheepdog, rooting for the Brittany Spaniel, or easily amused by the dog handlers’ two-piece ‘80s suits, this show is a good respite from the overwrought romance and drama that is Valentine’s Day –  and a real relationship.
  • HiChristina (Mad) Love at First Sight: Enter a Victorian parlor, and run around and mingle with wandering iconic personalities like Don Juan, Marilyn Monroe, and Shakespeare. Get a sugar-high from the hand-made chocolates being passed around and join a parlor game of show and tell that just might surprise you both. 

Blind Date:

  • Cedric the Entertainer’s Valentine’s Day Show: Laugh away the awkwardness with the star of Barbershop and Spike Lee’s The Original Kings of ComedyHis show at the Beacon Theatre will serve as perfect fodder for the post-show meal, and will be a better gauge of one another’s sense of humor than the 17th question on OkCupid’s match questionnaire.
  • Buttermilk Channel: Find some comfort in the food at this lauded Carroll Gardens spot that specializes in all things butter, waffles, and pecan pie. With its three-course prix-fixe menu, you and your new friend can delight in duck meatloaf with bittersweet chocolate-duck jus, fried chicken with cheddar waffles, pie, and barbecued oysters – an aphrodisiac.  

Single:

  • Never Sleep Alone: Alright, so you might be happily on your own, but who can say no to a show that’s designed to hook you up? In this appropriately named performance by sexual psychologist and music therapist Dr. Alex Schiller at Joe’s Pub, the Dr. dispenses advice from her book Get Laid or Die Trying, performs some sex-infused pop songs, and encourages mingling between all the rows and legions of single people in attendance. If you’re feeling timid, just sign up for the more expensive “voyeur” seat in the back and watch the action unfold.
  • New York’s Largest Singles Anti-Valentine’s Day Party: Chat and drink with over 150 like-minded folks at Stitch, a two-tiered classy lounge that was once a garment showroom.  Wash down the free hors d’oeuvres (from 7:30pm-8:30pm) with Happy Hour drink specials, and enter your name for door prizes and weekend getaways. Oh, and maybe network. And meet someone.

Second date:

  • Romance Under the Stars: So it’s your second date and you still hardly know each other. Amp up the flirting with a night of getting cozy under the stars at the Museum of Natural History’s Hayden Planetarium. Stay toasty inside with a 90-minute open bar of champagne and cocktails, a performance by the Josh Rutner Quartet, and epicurean bites like chocolate truffles and baby artichoke and chanterelle tartlets. Listen to the romantic stories based on the mythology of the stars, and begin to create your own.
  • BAM’s screening of The Shop Around the Corner: Before the AOL-inspired You’ve Got Mail, there was this 1940s flick about two gift shop employees who unknowingly fall for one another through the mail as each other’s pen pals. Jump into the nostalgia of the pre-Twitter days, and enjoy the sweetness of another couple’s budding relationship. 

Long-term relationship:

  • Aphrodisiacs & Amor: Skip the long and expensive dinner routine, and opt for this blindfolded tasting feast at Shag Brooklyn. With an aphrodisiac-riddled menu prepared by Food Network-featured Nuevo Latino chef Alex Garcia, you two will tease and titillate your taste buds as you take turns blindfolding one another and indulging in the unseen, never-before-tasted foods of love. Play on!
  • Filthy Gorgeous Burlesque: Any show spotlighting half-naked, ornately-garnished women and men stripping, singing, and telling suggestive tales is sure to keep the passion flowing throughout your night. Plus, the New York City Burlesque Choir is performing, which is basically the older, half-naked version of the choir you were in in high school. It’s good to return to your roots.