2017 BRIDGE PROJECT
RADICAL MOVEMENTS: GENDER AND POLITICS IN PERFORMANCE

November 2-12, 2017
Performances, conversations and workshops inspired by the question:
What does it mean to have a radical body? 

Photo of Julie Tolentino.  All rights reserved.

Photo of Julie Tolentino.  All rights reserved.

FEATURED ARTISTS AND ACTIVISTS
Thursday, November 2 (8 PM): Appearing together: Gender theorist Judith Butler and drag artist Monique Jenkinson  

Friday, November 10 (8 PM): Transgender cabaret Peacock Rebellion. Serious comedy that amps the voices and experiences of queer and trans folks of color.

Saturday, November 11 (7:30 PM): Appearing together: Gender theorist Jack Halbertsam and performance artist boychild.  An artist talk becomes a movement-based performance. 

Saturday, November 11 (9 PM): In performance: Drag artist Maryam Rostami

Sunday, November 12 (time TBD):  Durational solo performances by Julie Tolentino, Amara Tabor Smith, Laura Arrington, Xandra Ibarra, and Maurya Kerr, developed through Tolentino's year-long Community Engagement Residency supported by the Bridge Project.  Solo performances will be followed by a group discussion with the performing artists, joined by theater director Debra Levine and activist Scot Nakagawa

Image of Julie Tolentino
Photo credit:  Aldo Hernandez
Courtesy of the Artist

 

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