Sunday June 1 || $3-10 sliding scale || 7pm doors, 7.30 show || Branded Saloon, 603 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn NY || FB event: www.facebook.com/events/1494259700789902/
Sacha Yanow is an NYC-based performance artist and actor. She has performed in theater, film and dance works by artists including Karen Finley, Sarah Michelson, Laura Parnes, Katy Pyle, Theater of a Two-Headed Calf, and Julie Tolentino. Her own performance work has been supported through residencies at Dixon Place, The Field and Yaddo, and presented at Dixon Place, the Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Movement Research, and The Kitchen. Yanow currently serves as the Director of Art Matters Foundation and previously worked at The Kitchen as the Director of Operations. She is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College and the William Esper Studio’s Actor Training Program.
Sarah Marie a/k/a LadyKiller with accompanist Jazz Goldman
Jazz Goldman is a is a singer, songwriter, actor and activist, hailing from 2 generations of theater performers. She is so excited to perform alongside fellow badass and friend Lady Killer. And would like to thank the universe for everything. Peace & Love.
Lady Killer (nee’ Sarah Marie Degni) is a femme with a fancypants theater degree and a lot of anxiety. She is currently focusing her creativity in comedy, including comedic burlesque, improv, sketch writing, and satire. She tweets silly jokes and thoughts from @LadyKi113r. She used to be one of those kids obsessed with horses.
Carlo “Uranus” Quispe is a NY based artist who makes art books with drawings and comics about people like you and me and our lives. Carlo puts on shows or workshops at the fine art establishments in your area. Sometimes a street performer, Carlo has been a working artist in New York since 1996 in a multitude of ways. At the moment Carlo is looking to get the comics into the New Yorker before it goes out of print, better hurry!
Erica Cardwell [bio forthcoming]
Lena Solow [bio forthcoming]
Comprised of Rahfeemalik and Peter Seprish, Clay Aztec Dalmatians create a unique brand of emotionally detached anthems that combine cheerleader style blaze battle rants with punk rock ethos. The revival of D.I.Y. gone A.D.D.