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Lost / Found: Variety Show

performances:

friday 4/5 AT 7PM

saturday 4/6 AT 3PM

SUNDAY 4/7 AT 3PM

TICKETS $30

$20 RIGHT NOW WITH CODE 20TIX

eligible for 10-PACK tickets

A full-length program of boundary-pushing movement art, spoken word, songs and monologues that explore rape culture, masculinity, reclaiming one’s body, and getting creative about seeking consent.

Content Warning: Strong language and brief descriptions of disturbing scenarios.

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Marcela Avelina is a New York City native embodying unapologetic vulnerability and empowerment through her songwriting. 

Movement Artist/Storyteller Evelyn Lilian Sanchez Narvaez will share an original piece about obtaining the consent of a surprising partner.

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The Teens of GoodCapp Arts will perform excerpts from Katie Cappiello's widely-toured productions, unpacking topics such as rape culture, consent, masculinity, assault and slut-shaming.

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Interdisciplinary artist, facilitator and activist Raquel Almazan will perform “The Virgin Stripper,” a monologue from her full-length play based on her experiences with rape culture, She Wolves. Reflecting the personal #MeToo experience of the playwright, this piece is a revolutionary call to action for women to defend themselves against their abusers in their home, work place and societies at large.