|Madison Krekel, left, with musician Isaiah Singer (photo: Nina Fleck)|
and (below) Bessie-winner Jasmine Hearn (photo: Scott Shaw)
will appear in this year's La MaMa's Squirts festival, June 8-10
I'm thrilled to announce that I've curated one of this year's La MaMa's Squirts shows, and I want you to come out, represent and support!
The annual festival of queer performance, created by Dan Fishback's Helix Queer Performance Network, will feature three evenings curated by Linda LaBeija, Shannon Matesky and myself, performed at La MaMa's The Downstairs theater, Friday-Sunday, June 8-10, all at 7pm.
I'm showing up for all three shows, because they're going to rock, and I hope to see you there!
Here are your details:
Friday, June 8, 7pm: Q(here)magiQUE
curated by Eva Yaa Asantewaa
Q(here)magiQue is an evening of improvisation, manifesting multidimensional queer space for queer spirituality, casting spells through dance and the word.
Madison Krekel (with Isaiah Singer)
Saturday, June 9, 7pm: The LaBeija Showcase
curated by Linda LaBeija
You can glimpse the House of LaBeija in great films like The Queen and Paris Is Burning but, in The LaBeija Showcase, peek into the life and history of the House and where it is today, with an evening of collaborative, devised theater. Through vogue and modern movement, original music, and lip sync performances, bear witness to the performative talents and fashions of this iconic collective. Learn who they are and learn what they stand for. Learn it and learn it well!
Commentator/Co-Director: Leggoh LaBeija
Choreographer and Dancer: Monster LaBeija
Sound Director: Skyshaker
NYC Father Legendary Freddie LaBeija
Sunday, June 10, 7pm: Four Questions
curated by Shannon Matesky
Shannon Matesky, creator and curator of Queer Abstract, curates an evening of theatrical performances highlighting queer artists as they grapple with four pivotal questions in honor of Nina Simone's “Four Women."
For information and tickets--including your 3-performance 50% discount pass!--click here.
La MaMa (The Downstairs)
66 East 4th Street (between 2nd Avenue and Bowery), Manhattan
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