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EDUCATION & TRAINING

Feldenkrais Professional Training Program, New York, NY                 Guild-Certified Instructor     2015

Tisch Institute of Performing Arts of NYU, New York, NY                      M.A., Arts Politics          2011

University of Massachusetts – Boston, Boston, MA                              B.A., Art & Art History      2009

  • University of London, London, England
  • Faculté des Lettres, Avignon France
  • University of Oregon, Eugene, OR

 

PLAYWRIGHT

Neighbors, a “Did she really do it?” assisted suicide detective dark comedy highlighting the foibles of a ‘color-blind’ neighborhood matriarch. (full length)

  • Staged reading at Cornell University, Department of Performing Arts and Media    TBD, Fall 2019
  • Professional development course with Kate Moira Ryan                                            August 2019
  • Workshop, Dramatists Guild Institute of Dramatic Writing                                         Spring 2019
  • Class/workshop, Irish Arts Center                                                                             Spring 2019
  • Casted plays-in-progress table reading, with Ellie Covan                                 December 15, 2018

 

O’Neill’s Exhile, the first Irish opera about its last king. (full length)

  • Libretto in development with Cahir O’Doherty                                                       2018 – present
  • Workshop/class with Kate Moira Ryan                                                                September 2019

 

Housewife for Hire, worlds collide when an enterprising cash-strapped lesbian takes on more clients than anyone could possibly handle. (full length)

  • Musical adaptation in development with Dana Aber                                               2018 – present
  • Table Reading – Funkadelic Rehearsal Studios                                                            April 1996

 

Barkeep, a cis-girl enlists the bartender to help fine-tune her ‘gaydar,’ deflect bros, and pick up chicks. (10 minutes)

  • Adaptation from screenplay to stage play                                                               2019 – present
  • Table Reading – Funkadelic Rehearsal Studios                                                     December 1995

 

DIRECTOR

Bandwidth: The Ups and Downs of a Lesbian Diva, a solo show about coming out of the opera closet by Barbara Raab and Ilene Sameth.

  • “HOT! Festival” invitee for reprised production – Dixon Place Theater                     July 11, 2017
  • Production with Ilene Sameth and Barbara Raab – Dixon Place Theater                    May 15, 2017
  • Monologue-to-show dramaturgical workshopping and rehearsals           October 2016 – May 2017

 

The Best Medicine, a Babs Davy psycho-pharmacology solo show.

  • Dixon Place Theater, New York, NY                                                                      May 25, 2017
  • Dramaturgical workshopping and rehearsals                                      December 2016 – May 2017

 

PLAYWRIGHT – DIRECTOR – PERFORMER (solo)

Lesbeings: A Closer Look, a cabaret with Monique Sorel Dominguez, Priya Patel, Afua Kafi-Akua, Kay Turner, and Marty Correia

  • Production at Dixon Place Lounge for HOT! Festival                                               July 19, 2018

 

Pimento, a 7-minute soliloquy

  • “The Mosquito” at Dixon Place Lounge, a Nancy Giles “Wit & Wisdom” event with Pat Candaras, Cynthia Kaplan, and Alison Davy.                                                 September 19, 2016
  • “Very Much Live,” at Niagara Bar, a Priya Patel & Jacob Wilson event with
    Sally Brooks, Nicole Dellert, and Sue Smith.                                                          April 20, 2016

 

Songs from My Father, an homage performance of Irish folk songs tying Irish-American family stories to struggles of the Irish independence movement.

  • Dixon Place Lounge (solo concert)                                                                      March 16, 2012
  • Dixon Place Theater (in-progress performance with other acts)                                May 11, 2011

 

The Giles Findings: A Natural Herstory of Lesbeings, a surreal ethnography playfully challenging foundational theories, or lack thereof, of lesbian anthropological studies. Prof. Giles is a “close cousin”

to Shelly Mars’ Dr. Gislaine Pussait (Homo Bonobo Project) and Coco Fusco’s Dr. Zira, Animal Psychologist (Observations of Predation in Humans.)

  • The Lesbian Herstory Archives “Lesbian Lives” class, excerpt                          February 14, 2012
  • Workshop with Ellie Covan at Marist College, Poughkeepsie, NY                       October 21, 2011
  • Dixon Place Theater with Ruby Gomez, 40 mins with Q&A                           September 27, 2011
  • Dixon Place Theater in convention with other projects, 10 mins with Q&A               May 13, 2011

 

PERFORMANCE ARTIST (solo)

The Crazy Times: Wild-Eyed Butch Newsie, a speculative reportage broadside distributed in a “crazy butch” character as response to the erasure of Marilyn Fowler, a resister arrested on the first night of the Stonewall Rebellion.

  • “Stonewall 50: Look Back, Move Forward, A Streak of Violet: LGBTQ+ History within New York University,” Kimmel Hall NYU                                                                  March 11, 2019

 

Clean Drinking Water, a public art action in response to Flint and other global water crises. Cleaned the fountain while in character and costume as a mute janitor. 

  • Tompkins Square Park, Temperance Fountain, New York, NY                        September 16, 2017

 

Walking Backwards to Work, a public performance art action in response to the announcement of the U.S. President elect.

  • Walked backwards on St. Mark’s Place from Avenue A to Broadway         November 9 – 11, 2016

 

Lesbeing, a public stickering project in response to lesbian identity erasure.  #lesbeing, #lesbeings

  • “St. Pat’s for All,” with “Irish Queers in Queens,” solo distribution of 250               March 2, 2014
  • “NYC Dyke March,” distribution of 500                                                                 June 29, 2013
  • “NYC Dyke March,” solo distribution of 250                                                          June 23, 2012

 

PERFORMANCE ARTIST (in collaboration)

The Crazy Times, a speculative reportage broadside reprised in collaboration for this ‘Lesbocentric mash-up of performance,’ curated and produced by Kay Turner.

 

  • “Lesbopalooza 25th Anniversary” at Dixon Place Theatre                                        June 25, 2019

 

Human Beings, a Gays Against Guns art action organized by Anderson Vieira for Women’s History month.

  • New York Public Library steps between “The Lions”                                             March 8, 2019

 

On Belonging: Insider as Outsider, a collaborative performance as part of “My Ireland, Our Identity a Theater Exchange Across the Atlantic,” a workshop exploring Irish American identity with Jessie Reilly, facilitator.

  • Irish Arts Center, NYC with Outlandish Theater Company, Dublin, Ireland        May & June 2018

 

Mini Martha and Mirror Martha, a collaborative gallery-based performance with Kay Turner. Collaboratively conceived and performed “Mini Martha,” in collaboration with Kay Turner as “Mirror Martha,” for this fundraising tribute to Franklin Furnace’s Martha Wilson.

  • SOHO 20, Brooklyn, NY                                                                                  October 15, 2016

 

What a Witch, Part 3: LESBEING—A Ritual Seeking Evidence, a gallery-based performance as part of Bushwick galleries late-night events in SOHO 20’s “Interference” program curated by Rachel Steinberg. Developed in collaboration with Kay Turner.

  • SOHO 20, Brooklyn, NY                                                                                       June 17, 2016

 

Angry Women REvisited, an original ensemble movement piece inspired by its namesake text. Homage segment derived from Valie Export, Karen Finley, and Susie Bright chapters. Fellow collaborating performers: Avi-Rose, Angela Beallor, Joshua Bastian Cole, Gaby Cryan, lizxnn disaster, Roo Khan, daniel rosza lang/levitsky, Sloan Lesbowitz, zavé martohardjono, Niknaz, Azure D. Osborne-Lee, Jenny Romaine, Zachary Wager Scholl and Alma Sheppard-Matsuo. Director J Dellacave with textile construction by L.J. Roberts.

  • HERE Arts Center, New York, NY                                                                    April 1 – 6, 2014

 

We Are Caligula, a play by Susana Cook. Performed as “Chicken” in Susana Cook’s vegan-friendly tale in Lucrecia Novoa’s sumptuous costume. Fellow ensemble members: Moira Cutler, Mistah, Jasmine Presson, Lisa Haas, Simba Yangala, Kirya Traber, Dorrell Clark, Rey Asher, Bob Nagaraj, Laura Alvarez, Ro Garrido, Santiago Venegas.

  • Joe’s Pub, New York, NY                                                                             November 19, 2013

 

Hemispheric Institute’s 15th Anniversary Celebration, a survey. Performed in Lucrecia Novoa’s “FIRE” mask for this historic celebration.

  • Dixon Place Theater, New York, NY                                                                         Oct 2, 2013

 

Lesbeing, a “Howl Festival: Art Around the Park” mural in response to lesbian identity erasure.

  • Tompkin’s Square Park, New York, NY                                                                   June 1, 2013

 

VISUAL ARTIST

Ruby Fruit Jungle & Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit Diorama Mash-up, created forThe Queer Book Diorama Show,” a juried exhibition of the Pop-Up Museum of Queer History & Lambda Literary Foundation. Curated by author Sassafras Lowrey and historian Hugh Ryan.

  • New York Public Library-Jefferson Market Branch              August 1, 2014 – September 19, 2014

Queer Book Diorama Show Talk, invited panelist with fellow exhibiting artists to discuss research-based creative process.

  • Jefferson Market, New York Public Library, New York, NY                             September 5, 2014

Lesbian Culture: Series II, an original set of homage petrie dish portraits of lesbian artists exhibited as part of the Pop-up Museum of Queer History, curated by Hugh Ryan.

  • “Before We Were Queer” at Leslie Lohman Gallery, New York, NY              August 8 – 31, 2012

Joy, an abstract mural as part of “Howl Festival’s Art Around the Park.”

  • Tompkin’s Square Park, New York, NY                                                                   June 4, 2011

Lesbian Culture: Series I, an original set of petrie dish portraits of lesbian artists for group exhibition, displayed in a laboratory setting; given away as party favors under the sign “FREE Lesbian Culture.”

  • Studio 612, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University                                        March 2011

Lesbian Culture Card Project, an original set of playing cards created with lesbian artists as face cards with component database for viewers’ on-the-spot research.

  • Studio 612, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University                                  December 2010

Love, an abstract mural as part of “Howl Festival’s Art Around the Park.”

  • Tompkin’s Square Park, New York, NY                                                        September 11, 2010

 

CURATOR

Venus Biennale (VB17), founded, curated, and produced this invitational performance series. Funded in part by Institute of International Education through the Ford Foundation.

  • Dixon Place, New York, NY                                                April 12, 2017 – September 16, 2017

Prophetic Visions, an Afua Kafi-Akua music, memoir, poetry, and digital arts salon with artists K. Rey, B-Love, and Tara Linh Leaman.

  • Dixon Place Loungefor the “HOT! Festival”                                                            July 22, 2017

Herstory: Celebrating Sheroes, presenting Alyson Lounsbury, Andrew Steiner, Briana Mathew, Crystal Dilonez, Alyson Lounsbury, Delmy Lendof, and Poet, Marty Correia.

  • New York University, Pless Hall, New York, NY                                                 March 30, 2016

Out in the Night, a film screening with poetry reading and panel discussion. Poets: Cyd Charrise Fulton and Nicole Johnson. Panelists: Renata Hill, Patreese Johnson with film director blair dorosch walther.

  • New York University Global and Spiritual Life, New York, NY                              April 11, 2016

Herstory: Before She Was Queer, founded, curated, and hosted annual NYU-Pride@Work women’s history month program with poet, J.P. Howard; civil rights attorney, Joan Gibbs; folklorist and performer, Kay Turner, PhD; trans activist and writer, Ericka Florenciani.

  • New York University, Pless Hall, New York, NY                                                 March 31, 2015

Dixon Place 25th Anniversary Archives, an exhibition curated, installed and video-documented in collaboration with founder/director Ellie Covan. Supervised by Franklin Furnace’s Martha Wilson.

  • Dixon Place Lounge Gallery, New York, NY                                                January – May 2011

Algiers PANAF 2010, co-curated and installed exhibition for Jaïra Placide and Lydie Diakhatel event with Kathleen Cleaver.

  • Institute for African American Affairs (IAAA), New York University                           April 2010

New York Multi-Arts Centers Consortium, served as programs and curatorial consultant.

  • Various New York State Consortium Member Multi-Arts Centers             Spring 2007 – Fall 2009

Catskill Arts Society, curated member gallery shows, open-call community exhibitions, and invitationals for this a multi-arts center.

  • CAS Arts Center, Livingston Manor, NY                                                                  2004 – 2008

Persistent Light, co-curated and installed exhibit including conservation of a Morimoto original with Ruby Gomez. Laura Chen Schulz, and Jack Chen.

  • Asian/Pacific/American Institute (a/p/a), New York University                                 October 2007

Memory and Place, co-curated and installed exhibitions for Jaïra Placide, and Deb Willis.

  • Institute for African American Affairs (IAAA), New York University                   November 2007

 

LITERARY CO-CURATOR

A Tribe Called Butch, a Marty Correia reading series at Dixon Place, New York, NY                             

  • HOT! Festival: Karen Jaime, Ilsa Jule, and Ché Valencia.                                         July 20, 2017
  • Shye Sales, Lolan Buhain Sevilla, and Afua Kafi-Akua                                    November 3, 2016
  • Heather Johnson and Peggy Shaw as part of HOT! Festival                                       July 12, 2016 

Wicked Queer Authors: TCB, a Marty Correia reading series at Dixon Place, New York, NY

  • Sassafrass Lowery and Joseph O. Legaspi                                                                July 10, 2012
  • Lee Houck, Jess Arndt, and Cheryl Boyce-Taylor                                             February 21, 2011
  • Ana Bozicevic, Steve Cordova, and Amy Gall                                                               July 2011

The Grammarians Toast Paul Violi, performed and co-hosted with Marty Correia. Readers:

Dave McNamara, Marguerite Van Cook, Kellen Williams, Barry Ramus, Andrew Levy, M. Scott Frank, Deanna Masselli, Yoko Yoshida, Ruth Danon, Kevin Shea, and Jolie Gorchov.

  • Dixon Place Lounge Gallery, New York, NY                                                            May 6, 2011

 

PRESS

“The Boys in the Band Get to Broadway. Why Not the Girls?” by Elisabeth Vincentelli in New York Times’ Theater Section, covering Lesbopalooza collaboration. www.nytimes.com/2019/07/05/theater/broadway-lesbian-theater.html                                  July 5, 2019

 

Clean Around the Fountain” a photo essay by Steven of E.V. Grieve of Clean Drinking Water project.  evgrieve.com/2017/09/clean-around-fountain.html                                                  September 16, 2017

 

“‘No facist USA’ [sic]: Protests break out in NYC during inauguration,” by By Abigail Gepner, Caroll Alvarado and Natalie Musumeci, for the New York Post. nypost.com/2017/01/20/no-facist-usa-protests-break-out-in-city-during-inauguration/    January 20, 2017

 

“The Power of Books,” a review of the Queer Book Diorama Show by Jessica Max Stein in The Indypendent, a free paper of the people. indypendent.org/2014/08/the-power-of-queer-books/                                                    August 13, 2014

 

“The Power of Queer Books,” curator interviews for Queer Book Diorama Show by The Daily Beast, www.thedailybeast.com/the-power-of-queer-books                                                       August 01, 2014

 

“More Her Side of Things: SOHO20 in 2016,” by Paul D’Agostino of Brooklyn Magazine www.bkmag.com/2016/07/12/side-things-soho20-2016/                                                    July 12, 2016

 

“On Eve of Sentencing, an Artistic Show of Solidarity for Russian Punk Band,” by Melena Ryzik for New York Times. www.nytimes.com/2012/08/18/arts/music/in-new-york-a-show-of-solidarity-for-russian-punk-band.html                                                                                                                   August 17, 2012

 

“Ethno-Surrealist Theories,” for Flare Arts Journal and Velvet Park by Patricia Silva

Interviewed about The Giles Findings: The Natural Herstory of Lesbeings www.flarearts.org/?p=400 AND velvetparkmedia.com/blogs/ethno-surrealist-theories                                          August 16, 2012

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

“FACE,” a reflection on Walking Backwards to Work co-authored with Marty Correia for Sinister Wisdom, a multicultural lesbian literary & art journal.                                                       October 2018

 

“Clean Drinking Water,” a report on the performance piece of the same name for Ugly Duckling Press’s Emergency Index: an annual document of performance practice, Vol 7.                        Fall 2018

 

“Arts and Protest” with Afua Kafi-Akua and Lola Flash, a panel discussion for the Noshing with Nina Show.

http://www.mnn.org/live/2-lifestyle-channel                                              first aired, February 21, 2018

 

“The Elusively Obvious: choice; gender, [dis]ambiguity, social influence, and self-determination,” for the Feldenkrais Guild of North America online publication. www.feldenkraisguild.com/article_content.asp?edition=9&section=43&article=337  November 13, 2015

 

further listings of exhibitions, projects, and commissions available upon request.

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