A bi-monthly performance party, curated by Kimberly Brandt.
Tastes Like Robot, written by Jack Hanley. The future arrives with a new mental illness: Tech Induced Pop Paranoia (TIPP). With satire & a bit of cannibalism, the monologue vivifies the barbarism of an omnipresent media.
Tim Leinhart's House on the Cape is an exploration into the way that human desire maps itself across the body and how that desire is too often sublimated with immediate, ready made solutions.
The myth of Little Red Riding Hood and performer/writer Ry Russo-Young's autobiographical history growing up with lesbian parents are combined to create a modern day fairy tale.
Brandon Wolcott's Endless Summer. This monologue explores the thin, elusive line between sanity and its less desirable counterpart. Should somebody need a dictionary to truly understand his own neurotic tendencies?
Part of Dixon Place's HOT Festival.
Appropriate for audiences 15+.