Thursday March 13th 8.30PM EST
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Vitche-Boul Ra
Whitney Claflin
Continuity Brown
Peter & Julia
Sophie & Martha
Jas Lin
Ale Campos
Isaiah Davis



Ále Campos is a multi-disciplinary artist and performer based in Hudson, NY. They create live and video performances through which they work to examine the containers of their own identity. They often implement drag as a tool for challenging and remimaging the boundaries of these containers. They collect material for these performances by mining through sites of childhood memory, family, their own Salvadorian heritage, popular music, as well as formative experiences of gender identity, sex and love. A common generative theme in their work lies in a queer sense of longing and belonging. Ále layers these fragments, which can manifest as text, audio, video, or sculpture, in performance along with their body in order to locate a non-binary perspective. Ále uses drag for its cathartic and fantastical qualities, particularly when charting personal narratives. Celeste is the name of their drag persona. 

Isaiah Davis: interdisciplinary artist, Bronx Native, Leather Man. 

jas lin (they/them/ta) is an un-binary, queer taiwanese/american performance artist, movement facilitator, filmmaker, and human becoming committed to the life-long process of un-learning and un-teaching hierarchical, Othering, and superficial ways of moving, being, sensing, and knowing. lin stages exorcisms for purging choreographies of the learned body and shutting down internal and external surveillance cameras that suggest there is a Proper way to move through the world. their choreographies, films, and workshops have been shared around the world, including the British Museum, REDCAT Theater, IA&A at Hillyer, NAVEL, and MoCA Shanghai. jas seeks to inspire the wholeness of all bodies, recognizing the body both as a technology of freedom and site for transformative potential that ripples throughout our shared worlds.

MAGDA is a performing artist who makes original work that romances many genres: dance, theater, visual art, seminar, stand up comedy and punk highbrow experience.

Peter Mills Weiss and Julia Mounsey collaborate together on works of performance. Their next show, while you were partying, will premiere at Soho Rep in 2021, if safety allows. Website

Continuity Brown is a writer and performer.

Sophie Becker is an actor and director based in New York City. She has performed at the Flea Theater, the Tank, Dixon Place, Redwing Blackbird theater, and Bread and Puppet theater. She writes and produces new work for independent radio, theater, and film. 

Martha Olufsen is an actress, singer and writer based in London, studying at East 15 Acting School in her final year. She has performed, written and directed plays at theatres in Copenhagen, and writes new work for stage, film and novels. Her digital showcase for acting is released through East 15 Acting School in May 2021, which includes self-written work for both stage and film. Spotlight page

Vitche-Boul Ra

Whitney Claflin is an artist and writer living in New York City. 

This evening is organized by Salome Oggenfuss. 




Otis Houston Jr
Alex Tatarsky
Jesi Cook
Sophie Becker
Ethan Skaates
Sara Grace Powell
Isabel Eatherly Legate
Ike Ufomadu



Otis Houston Jr. (born 1954, Greenville, SC) lives and works in East Harlem, New York. Houston Jr. is a self-taught artist who began making art after taking an art class while incarcerated. Since 1997, he has maintained an ongoing presence under the Triborough Bridge on the FDR Drive where he presents impromptu performances and a site-specific installation of signage and sculptures. Houston has exhibited his work at Gordon Robichaux, apexart (organized by Sam Gordon), Room East, Socrates Sculpture Park (curated by Chelsea Spengemann), and CANADA in New York; Marc Selwyn Fine Art and Parker Gallery in Los Angeles and more. Houston's album of original songs, America, was released in 2006 on iTunes and as a vinyl record in 2020 published by musician and artist Dean Spunt’s Post-Present Medium label. 

Jesi Cook is a dance artist based in NYC since 2005 performing work most recently at Roulette Intermedium, MoMA PS1, and LmaK Gallery. She is a Movement Research 2019-2020 Artist in Residence. Her healing practice focuses on community access: IG @eight_flower_healing @jesicoook

Ikechukwu Ufomadu is an actor, comedian and entertainer, named 1 of 5 “Comics to Watch in 2018” by Time Out New York, and recipient of a 2019 Drama Desk award for his work in Clare Barron’s DANCE NATION. Ike will next be seen in HBO’s critically acclaimed comedy series LOS ESPOOKYS, and as a featured supporting role in Warner Bros. feature film JUDAS AND THE BLACK MESSIAH, opposite Daniel Kaluuya and LaKeith Stanfield. He’s also made appearances on the Adult Swim series JOE PERA TALKS WITH YOU and THREE BUSY DEBRAS.

Sophie Becker is an actor and director based in New York City. She has performed at the Flea Theater, the Tank, Dixon Place, Redwing Blackbird theater, and Bread and Puppet theater. She writes and produces new work for independent radio, theater, and film. 

SGP is an antidisciplinary artist who currently liveworks in New York City.

Isabel Eatherly Legate is a visual artist and performer whose artworks explore shadow feminisms and sensations of (un)becoming. They work across drawing, sculpture, video and dance to animate the ways in which ‘manufactured’ or ‘plastic’ desires flow through the body and congeal within our physical anatomies. Legate teaches a monthly virtual dance class called Movement Research with Met4 and organizes a movement workshop called Exploding Joints.

Alexandra Tatarsky blends performance art, comedy, physical theater, and clown practices to probe the construction of meaning, self, and community. Playing with perceptions of language and narrative structure, their live performances are highly responsive to venue and audience, often breaking the fourth wall and embracing humor to reveal vulnerability and humanity. Tatarsky has performed original, evening-length solo works at New York’s La MaMa and the Exponential Festival, the UK’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and in Philadelphia’s Fringe Festival, among others. 

Wheeler loves: -wine, -mouthing the words to other peoples songs, -being trans, -living in upstate ny

Ethan Skaates is an interdisciplinary artist living in NYC. In his recent work Ethan has been using vfx and special effects to recreate and enact his own fantasies.

This evening is organized by Salome Oggenfuss.