FEM: you are too loud
GUADALUPE, the annual performance event about femininity, is back! This year we've got a new name, an expanded team, a new space, and an exciting lineup of works about femininity. This year's FEM features artists exploring women who are too loud for their surroundings, bursting from the constraints of time and creating imaginative "other" spaces.
There will be talking olives. There will be flying skirts. There will be medieval feminist rockstars.
Please note that seating is limited at JACK, and any pre-purchased tickets will be released at five minutes before the start time to the waiting list (should there be one).
FEM Line Up:
¤ Morgan Green and Sarah DeLappe, a playwright/director duo, will present Act One of Sarah's play, Parabola, a triptych that follows one woman, one man, and one choragus of inanimate objects on a gonzo journey through gender and mass media.
¤ Franklin Barefoot, a choreographer, is working with two dancers on a piece commissioned by FEM about how we construct alternative realities.
¤ Grace McLean (pictured), a performer and composer, will show the beginnings of In The Green, a pop opera inspired by the 12th Century mystic Hildegard von Bingen.
Please note that there is limited seating at JACK, and we expect this event to sell out. At 8:30 pm, any unclaimed tickets will be released to a waiting list, should there be one.
November 24, 2014
505 Waverly Ave. between Fulton and Atlantic in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn.
C or G train to Clinton-Washington
Curated by Sarah Rose Leonard and Natasha Sinha
Produced by Ankita Raturi
505 Waverly Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11238