Posts Tagged Performance

Sins Invalid 2009


Photo credit: Richard Downing
I wanted to give a shout out and a heads up that Sins Invalid has announced the dates for their 2009 series. I’ve heard great things about them, although I haven’t been able to see a performance live. About Sins Invalid:

Sins Invalid is a performance project on disability and sexuality that incubates and celebrates artists with disabilities, centralizing artists of color and queer and gender-variant artists as communities who have been historically marginalized from social discourse.

Unfortunately their performances are only in San Francisco, but if you’re in the Bay Area you should check it out, October 2-4. You can also check out their blog and videos from their performances.


Photo credit: Richard Downing
I wanted to give a shout out and a heads up that Sins Invalid has announced the dates for their 2009 series. I’ve heard great things about them, although I haven’t ...

Play in the Gray

From Planted Seeds Production, a new documentary about the gender bending performance troupe, All the Kings Men, called Play in the Gray.
I saw them perform when I was in Provincetown earlier this summer, and I was blown away. The group is funny, talented, and really has the art of gender play in performance down. I’ve seen a lot of drag, but this group takes it to a whole other level.

‘Play In The Gray’ Trailer from Planted Seeds Productions on Vimeo.

You can learn more about All the Kings Men on their website.

From Planted Seeds Production, a new documentary about the gender bending performance troupe, All the Kings Men, called Play in the Gray.
I saw them perform when I was in Provincetown earlier this summer, ...

Mongrel Vaudeville

I went to a wild event last night called Mongrel Vaudeville and it included a bunch of different interesting, gender-bending, body-contorting, burlesque-tastic acts–including my brother doing what he calls “persona raps” (essentially he raps in the voice of an unlikely character, like a spaceman). Lo and behold, they have their own blog.
Okay, I know this all sounds pretty bizarre, but it was super fun and creative and made me feel like I was back in some other era where people met in the backrooms of bars and just played around, made each other laugh, experimented with gender and sexuality, and didn’t take life so damn seriously. I highly recommend it for those of you feeling a little down ...

I went to a wild event last night called Mongrel Vaudeville and it included a bunch of different interesting, gender-bending, body-contorting, burlesque-tastic acts–including my brother doing what he calls “persona raps” (essentially he raps in the voice ...

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