Performances by Tim Miller, Kamelle Mills, Brigham Mosley & Katie O
Performance Space 122 with support from the National Performance Network Community Fund created a seven month mentorship for three emerging queer performers to work with internationally acclaimed performer and PS122 co-founder Tim Miller.
On Saturday, June 11 see Tim Miller and the artists perform as the culmination of this project.
Irregular Forms of the Verb To Be
Tim Miller charts the way lives grow and change in most irregular ways with help from outside. As is so often the case, Lederhosen may be involved.
Kamelle Mills takes a look at a set of characters surrounding an adolescent homosexual boy on the verge of discovering who he is.
Kamelle received his BFA in Theatre with an emphasis in Playwrighting at SMU. His first full length play, “Where Pride Rides”, was workshopped in the festivals New Visions, New Voices in Dallas. Kamelle is committed to both Playwrighting and Acting.
An elegy about sex and sexuality. A fantastical look at a real girl.
The secrets and true stories of a sex worker, a lover, a survivor and an all around whore.
Katie O is a queer sex worker and performance artist originally from San Francisco. She has performed in Radio City Music Hall, subway cars, New York Theatre Experiment, out of third story windows, PS122, bathrooms, HiChristina! Gallery, basements, BDSM clubs and stairwells
all over the fine state of New York. She likes Lady Gaga, cheese and being sentimental. Follow her on www.feticheantoinette.tumblr.com
Oh Whatta Beautiful Mornin’
Young, glittery Brigham must return to his dusty Oklahoma roots after the death of his grandfather. A funny, grief-filled examination of ancestry and hierarchy for the queer prodigal son. Dream ballets included.
Brigham Mosley is a young performer/playwright from southwest Oklahoma. His work has been produced in New York, Chicago, and Dallas. For more information and to contact Brigham go to www.brighammosley.com
Supported in part by the National Performance Network
Saturday, June 11 at 7:30pm
with post-performance talk-back
Tickets: $20 / $15 (Students / Seniors)