mayfield brooks, jumatatu m. poe, and the I Moving Lab are part of aa three-week series conceived and curated by Marýa Wethers at Gibney Dance highlighted “intersections and crossroads among Blackness, queerness, and Indigeneity.”
massima selene desire on James Gardella’s “glitter fabulous” presented as part of HOT! at Dixon Place.
Jessica Almsay talks to playwright Kristine Haruna Lee about her play WAR LESBIAN, currently running at Dixon Place.
Antony Hegarty was on Fresh Air today with a lovely interview. Listen here. And even better, Antony performing Crazy in Love.
Rhubarb Festival opens this weekend in Toronto, presented by Buddies in Bad Times – Toronto’s oldest queer theater. I did a quick 5-questions with Rhubarb’s delicious Festival Director Erika Hennebury. JH: Rhubarb is turning 30 this year. All the thirty-year-olds I know are pissed at
Franko B. and my friend Tobaron have work in this show. Go check it out. Darkrooms-Homme Made curated by Avi Feldman January 15 – February 21, 2009 reception: January 15, 6-8 PM Franko B, Amir Fattal, Carl Hopgood, Shiro Masuyama, Michal Moskop, Yochai Matos, Dean Sameshima, Kyle
Photo by Paula Court, On entering The Kitchen this Saturday, I was curious to see how Radiohole had dealt with Chelsea’s sizable performance space for the staging of ANGER/NATION, their latest production. The company usually performs at the Collapsable Hole, a theater made from two
A red velvet curtain slowly opens…to reveal a dark hanging curtain. After a few moments, this layer peels off as well, onto a screen of faux leopard skin. The audience laughs. We are so close to the stage and the small theater makes me hungry
Just in case you think we’re gettin’ a little too artsy fartsy around here, we’re going to plug (heh-heh) the upcoming show Peg-Ass-Us. Never seen it, know nothing about it, but dang ya gotta give these kids credit for pure pervy-ness! Peg-Ass-Us Performed and Created
Its June and that means there’s lots of queertastic entertainment coming your way. For instance: Neil Greenberg’s ” Really Queer Dance with Harps and Quartet with Three Gay Men” June 11-14, 18-21 at 7:30pm $25/$15(Discount) at Dance Theater Workshop http://www.dancetheaterworkshop.org/greenberg And also the HOT FEST
Despite the post-Reagan revisionist history, the 60’s were, in fact, a time of enormous changed. In San Francisco, especially, the Hippies and/or Freaks or what-have-you lived collectively, had a thriving barter economy and were, in their own drug-addled naive way, trying to be in the
Alas the WYSIWYG Talent Show, the first all-blogger reading and performance series, is pulling the plug. The final show, “Gays Gone Wild!: Gayer Tales of Gay Gayness” will be on June 13th at Bowery Poetry Club. WYSIWYG, co-founded by Culturebot’s very own Andy Horwitz in