A New Performance Series of New Music, Dance, Video, and Art
TICKETS - lqqk.eventbrite.com
Tuesday December 4 atThe Counting Room
44 Berry Street, Brooklyn, NY
Doors 7pm | Shows 8pm
$15 in advance // $20 door
ft performances by
Bree Breeden & Kathleen Kelley (Proteo Media)
Benedict Nguyen (Whitney, Issue Project Room)
Cesar González and Cristina Ramos (Studio G, SLT)
Karl Ronneburg(UMich, New School)
Jorge Morales-Picó(Big Dance Theater, WWTNS?)
José Rivera Jr.(YouTube, New Museum)
Pepper Levain(Berlin, VICE DE)
Sarah Hartshorne(Lady Parts Justice, ANTM)
&DJ TRx(Hot Rabbit, Broome Street, Ace Hotel)
Hosted byJames Allan Clements(WWTNS?, NYU)
All proceeds directly benefit the creation and collaborators working with José on his debut visual EP entitled LQQK, The Way I Look.
Welcome to AllCorp, where productivity is touted as the key to happiness, a strange infestation of plants is growing up through people’s desks, and no one stops to wonder why. From a creative team of immersive theater veterans comes a surreal office experience that explores our culture of routine over reflection and what we are killing to make a killing.
Tickets are extremely limited, so book now.
Five time Grammy and Emmy nominated comedian Margaret Cho hosts the most important award show ever! Dubbed “Sexism’s Most Glamorous Night,” Lady Parts Justice's Golden Probes are an extravaganza of comedy and music, created to raise awareness about the politicians running for office this fall who pose the biggest threat to reproductive rights!
Along with Cho, the Probes is also thrilled to announce special appearances by Stormy Daniels, Lizz Winstead (The Daily Show, founder of Lady Parts Justice), Taylor Schilling, Natasha Lyonne, Jessica Pimentel (Orange Is the New Black), Dan Savage (Host of Savage Lovecast, Writer of Savage Love), Jordan Klepper (The Opposition w/ Jordan Klepper), Dulcé Sloan (The Daily Show), Kathy Najimy (King of the Hill), Michelle Buteau (WNYC’s Late Night Whenever), Brian Unger, Mike Hot-Pence, Holly Miranda, Ambrosia Parsley, Franchesca "Chescaleigh" Ramsey WITH MORE ANNOUNCEMENTS TO COME!
More info on Brown Unveristy's website here - https://www.brown.edu/academics/music/events/meredith-monk-and-anne-waldman-performance
More info + tickets aqui -https://www.howlarts.org/event/greer-dworman-tight-5-2017-12-13-2018-01-31-2018-03-23/
José will be in studio at Triskelion Arts & Chez Bushwick (Brooklyn) physicalizing the visual ideas, concepts, and dance for his first visual EP LQQK. Rehearsals will be open the first week of April.
Meredith Monk has spent more than five decades exploring and expanding the capacity of that most essential instrument: the human voice. Returning to BAM after the ecstatic hymn to compassion On Behalf of Nature (2014 Next Wave), Monk and the four women of her peerless vocal ensemble present a new work, continuing their investigation of the interconnected, ineffable relationship between humans and the natural world.
Pairing voice with movement, instrumentation, and a site-specific video installation, Cellular Songs contemplates the fundamental unit of life and its relation to the universe. Drawing inspiration from biological processes—layering, division, replication, mutation—Monk looks to underlying systems in nature that can serve as a prototype for human behavior in our tumultuous world.
Music and direction by Meredith Monk
Costume design and scenography by Yoshio Yabara
Lighting design by Joe Lavasseur
Sound design by Eli Walker
Commissioned by BAM
Full program via BAM Website here - > https://www.bam.org/theater/2018/cellular-songs
Meredith's history @ BAM > https://www.bam.org/artists/meredith-monk
More info coming soon!
José performs music from LQQK at Club Cumming November 30 @ 10pm.
TICKETS HERE -> https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wwtns-presents-cumming-for-puerto-rico-tickets-39795248660?utm_source=eb_email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=new_event_email&utm_term=viewmyevent_button
What Will the Neighbors Say? is thrilled to be teaming up with Alan Cumming and Daniel Nardicio at Club Cumming for a fundraiser to support the relief efforts in Puerto Rico after the devastation of Hurricanes Maria and Irma.
José assists the incredible company of Cellular Songs by Meredith Monk at Ms. Monk's residency at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT.
Based on The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
...more info soon.
"The “body sings and the voice dances” in this program that captures the kinetic energy and pioneering philosophy of Monk’s six-decade exploration of the human voice as an instrument, transmitted and luminously present in this multidimensional, multiperceptual work."
José works alongside Madeline Barasch and Sean Leo as they produce the CUNY Prelude Festival curated by Andrew Kircher.
Weren't able to make it to the festival - watch our video archive here! http://howlround.com/livestreaming-the-prelude-2017-festival-martin-e-segal-theatre-center-new-york-wed-oct-4-fri-oct-6