Tag Archives: Performance

The Feministing Five: Patty Berne

TweetPatricia Berne is the Co-Founder and Director of Sins Invalid, a San Francisco theater company that blends performance and art with the political vision of a more just and equal world. The goal of the company is to challenge and reshape the public’s ideas about people with disabilities and other traditionally marginalized groups. Focusing particularly [...]
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Sins Invalid 2009

Tweet 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 [...]
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Play in the Gray

TweetFrom 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. [...]
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Mongrel Vaudeville

TweetI 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 [...]
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