The Flat Earth: WheredaFFFhuck Did New York Go?
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Annie Lanzillotto leads the hunt for a spiritual New York, taking the Dixon Place audience on a journey down the block and around the corner to Prince and Elizabeth Streets, where, sitting atop the corner blue mailbox, her narrative weaves a palimpsest of the geology of Manhattan and how it supports the current condo construction on that corner over where the old mozzarella maker used to be. Bronx born private pilot lesbian poet, Annie Rachele Lanzillotto writes, acts, directs, and spins ice; her signature work as a meditation on the work of her father and grandfathers who delivered block ice in the Bronx before and after WWII.
161 Chrystie St
New York, NY 10002
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