Mime Bob Berky presented a solo performance of Foolsfire, mime and song, in the Main Lounge.  New York Times reviewer Mel Gussow described Berky’s performance of the piece a few years later:
“In bulbous nose and jackanapes costume, he draws two volunteers from the audience, enticing them into a syncopated song and dance for left feet and twin kazoos.  It is a dangerous exercise to depend on the buffoonery of strangers, but Mr. Berky has blind faith in his ability to make someone else seem funny.  At the performance I attended, he won his loudest laugh with the simple act of peeking at one volunteer’s ankles and discovering that the man’s socks did not match.”