So where will Charlie Sheen celebrate his debut at Radio City Music Hall? Nowhere in Manhattan, it turns out.
On Friday night, after Sheen does his 70 minute show, and provided there are no incidents: Sheen and crew are heading to suburban Carlstadt, New Jersey to the Dragonfly nightclub. According to manager James Donahue, the price will be $30 for entry, with $42 for speedier admission. Guests who pay the latter can then stand on line and meet Sheen.
Donahue tells me he’s not sure what the split is, but the club can hold 2000 people–1000 inside and 1000 in a heated tent. So no swingin’ New York hotspot for Sheen, who’s staying at the Trump International Hotel in Columbus Circle. (The Plaza and other hotels didn’t want him.) You can only imagine potential presidential candidate Donald Trump‘s take if Charlie trashes his rooms or the police are called to his gold souvenir of a building. Paparazzi will be on overdrive this weekend stalking Sheen all over town.