The blonde, waif-like Sharon Craine studies physics by day and sings karaoke by night. She lives in Ukrainian Village.
The Mutiny—I wouldn’t say I was always there all the time. When I first went it was mostly for the karaoke, but I remember we just did stupid shit. One night I remember Liz and Joe and Derrick and Pete and Rachel and I—we toilet papered the bar. At the end of the night there was toilet paper everywhere. This was totally ridiculous, but they didn’t care. Ed* is pretty laid back, as long as people aren’t getting injured, and as along as you’re having fun.
I remember Ed telling me about some band, and they would just come in and they would throw chunks of ceiling at each other. So I think that’s just sort of how it’s always been. And they just want bands. As many bands as possible. You know, other places are always worried about, How are we going to bring in money at the door? But the way the Mutiny works is, they can’t ever charge a cover, but they can charge more for the drinks or something when the bands are in. So for them it doesn’t really matter what bands are in, just get a band there. So I think it’s sort of cool that they just want bands. So they’ll sort of take anybody. My boyfriend’s band has played there.