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Address: 312 West 36th Street
City: New York
State: NY
Date Time Event Description
Nov-13-18 07:00 PM We are Trans We Are Trans is a variety show featuring trans and non- binary performers across different genres. There will be a variety of artists showing the wide range of trans identities and talent. We hope you can join us. Performers include: Jiji Parker Jeena Bloom Blaise Vacca Chloe Kozer Miss Gendered Lynae Depriest Milo Jordan and Stevie Lynn Flowrpunk Graham KG Garlington Regina Elizabeth King Hosted by Sammie James and Jimena Lucero

Nov-14-18 08:00 PM The Bridge But this bridge will only take you halfway there- The last few steps you'll have to take alone. -The Bridge, Shel Silverstein Placed amongst an ever-shifting landscape of light, M+M Labs throws us into the psyche of someone at the moment when they stop fighting their inner demons, and choose to walk forward with them side-by-side. Choreographed in collaboration with its 10 dancer cast, this piece fuzes dance, spoken word and live music (produced by Neha Shastri) in a captivating combination of physical power and emotional vulnerability. This is the story of someone stepping across Shel Silversteins Bridge.

Nov-15-18 08:00 PM The Bridge But this bridge will only take you halfway there- The last few steps you'll have to take alone. -The Bridge, Shel Silverstein Placed amongst an ever-shifting landscape of light, M+M Labs throws us into the psyche of someone at the moment when they stop fighting their inner demons, and choose to walk forward with them side-by-side. Choreographed in collaboration with its 10 dancer cast, this piece fuzes dance, spoken word and live music (produced by Neha Shastri) in a captivating combination of physical power and emotional vulnerability. This is the story of someone stepping across Shel Silversteins Bridge.

Nov-17-18 03:00 PM The Prisoners of Quai Dong Prism Stage Company is happy to announce our full production of Harold Willis The Prisoners of Quai Dong opening November 17th. Written in 1971, this play tells the story of an American prisoner of war who is ordered to participate in the interrogation and torture of a young Vietnamese man. A critical examination of the structures and systems of power in war, Willis play dramatically portrays how complicity in the destruction of a human being destroys the humanity in all of us.

Nov-18-18 12:00 PM In The Woods Where The Men Work A group of businessmen awake in a forest for the trial none of them saw coming. Will there be justice? Can the world be saved from its end? An absurd and surrealist investigation of business as usual in the face of global destruction. This staged reading features large-scale puppetry, physical theater and animation. Written and Directed by Sarah Finn Produced by Gus Sampaio, Leonie Bell and Sarah Finn Sarah Finn is a theatre-maker, performer and playwright based in NYC and a founding member of First Round International Creative Platform, a theatre non-profit based in Paris, France. She was recently shortlisted for The Leslie Scalapino Award for Innovative Women Performance Writers. She trained at Ecole Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq in Paris, France and performed with Bread & Puppet Theater in Glover, Vermont. She got her BA from Sarah Lawrence College.

Nov-18-18 03:00 PM The Prisoners of Quai Dong Prism Stage Company is happy to announce our full production of Harold Willis The Prisoners of Quai Dong opening November 17th. Written in 1971, this play tells the story of an American prisoner of war who is ordered to participate in the interrogation and torture of a young Vietnamese man. A critical examination of the structures and systems of power in war, Willis play dramatically portrays how complicity in the destruction of a human being destroys the humanity in all of us.

Nov-18-18 07:00 PM The Prisoners of Quai Dong Prism Stage Company is happy to announce our full production of Harold Willis The Prisoners of Quai Dong opening November 17th. Written in 1971, this play tells the story of an American prisoner of war who is ordered to participate in the interrogation and torture of a young Vietnamese man. A critical examination of the structures and systems of power in war, Willis play dramatically portrays how complicity in the destruction of a human being destroys the humanity in all of us.

Nov-19-18 07:00 PM The Prisoners of Quai Dong Prism Stage Company is happy to announce our full production of Harold Willis The Prisoners of Quai Dong opening November 17th. Written in 1971, this play tells the story of an American prisoner of war who is ordered to participate in the interrogation and torture of a young Vietnamese man. A critical examination of the structures and systems of power in war, Willis play dramatically portrays how complicity in the destruction of a human being destroys the humanity in all of us.

Nov-26-18 07:00 PM The Prisoners of Quai Dong Prism Stage Company is happy to announce our full production of Harold Willis The Prisoners of Quai Dong opening November 17th. Written in 1971, this play tells the story of an American prisoner of war who is ordered to participate in the interrogation and torture of a young Vietnamese man. A critical examination of the structures and systems of power in war, Willis play dramatically portrays how complicity in the destruction of a human being destroys the humanity in all of us.

Nov-26-18 07:00 PM MAYBZGIVING: A QUEERNUCOPIA From the brain that brought you Love Letters to Nobody and that Facebook status you liked last week. Once every couple of years, Maybe Burke's birthday falls on Thanksgiving. This is one of those years. Join Maybe as they do basically whatever they want, because that's how birthdays work. From Accidental Trans Anthems to original parodies to some songs that they just always wanted to sing. Special Guests TBA because no one likes to party alone. (Like Maybe has for several birthdays.) We all know that Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful for what you have. (Also a time to ignore the fact that we stole this land from Indigenous folks.) Maybzgiving is our way of reminding you to be thankful that you have a Maybe in your life. You're welcome. Maybe Burke is a New York based theatre artist and trans advocate interested in telling the stories that haven't been told. They are excited by new material that can honestly and realistically portray marginalized groups of people. Their work has been seen at Joe's Pub, Cherry Lane Theatre, Ars Nova, HERE Arts Center, New Dramatists, The Flea, The Duplex, and more. Maybe is a co-curator of the Trans Theatre Festival at The Brick, and the founder of The Trans Literacy Project with Honest Accomplice Theatre. Maybe has spoken on many panels and facilitated several workshops around trans and queer identities. They have spoken for Buzzfeed, BroadwayCon, The LGBTQ Center, Nasty Women Unite Festival, The Tank, The Brick, Dixon Place, and several High Schools and Universities. They teach programs that are offered throughout the country with Sex Discussed Here! and The Transgender Training Institute. Maybe hosts a video series called The Maybe List, where they discuss topics that leave people unsure how to feel, and telling you where Maybe stands. They also have a weekly series called Dear Baby Maybe, where they write letters to their 12-year-old self. BA Directing, Pace University. @believeinmaybe maybeburke.com