Tag Archives: Performance

Erykah Badu’s New Video for “Window Seat”: Feminist Art or Shameless Publicity Stunt? (NSFW)

TweetThis weekend, the blogosphere was taken by storm when Erykah Badu released a music video for “Window Seat,” the first single off her brand new album. Definitely check it out if you haven’t already, although please be warned that this is most definitely Not Safe For Work. In the video, Badu is seen stripping down [...]
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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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