Last month the wonderful Co-Producer (Trish Nelson) of Women of Letters at Joe’s Pub had me as her guest. I wasn’t at all prepared for what I would experience and be apart of that night. The show brings 6 women from all backgrounds to share letters they have written for
Tell us what you want, what you really really want. If it’s hidden desires and radical queer performance art, then check out the annual “This is What I Want” Festival. We’re talking the kind of edgy, nude, body- as-political, performance art that’d make your out-of-town visitors blush. All you real
The New Stage, presents the premiere of PATTERNS, a breathtaking new comedy-drama that features a series of magical vignettes which flow from one to the next, each raising questions about love that young adults find themselves wondering about today: how a first love affects a person’s outlook on life, how
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I don’t know about you, but I like my social and political commentary with some rhinestones and jazz hands. For this reason, Los Angeles-based collective My Barbarian is totally awesome. Using theatrical performance and video installations to comment on historical dilemmas and current political crises, the trio– Malik Gaines, Jade
One of the mainest of main thoroughfares in Manahattan, I mostly associate 14th Street with a convenient spot to meet someone off of the L train, a massive crowd outside of Whole Foods, or the disgusting chemical cheese smell that overpowers the entire block on which Taco Bell is located. However,
Looking at art and overeating are pretty much two of the finest activities in the land. Well, you have a chance to do both for FREE this week by visiting Why Participate?, an exhibition at Flux Factory in Long Island City. A group showing by artists who are concerned with
Before there were babies named Facebook, civilian revolutions popped up all over the Middle East, demanding basic freedoms, democracy and human rights. Their protests brought down long-running oppressive regimes, and their voices were heard all over the globe. Here in New York, Hybrid Theatre Works called on artists to react