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Self / Worth: Variety Show

performances:

Tuesday 4/9 AT 8PM (note the unique time)

wednesday 4/10 AT 7PM + art therapy talkback with nicole porter davis + glenn marla

SUNDAY 4/14 AT 3PM

TICKETS $30

$20 RIGHT NOW WITH CODE 20TIX

eligible for 10-PACK tickets

A full-length show of multi-disciplinary dance, puppetry, songs and stories exploring intimate partner violence, undocumented status, sexual harassment, queer resilience, and breaking the cycles of trauma.

Content Warning: Brief descriptions of intimate partner violence, coercion, and sex work.

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Micaela Mamede will present an excerpt from her playful and poignant interdisciplinary dance work, Maria, performed by an ensemble of non-U.S. born immigrant women and allies, about a young woman’s journey through the sex industry and intimate partner violence while undocumented in NYC. Meet the troupe on Instagram

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Movement Artist/Storyteller Evelyn Lilian Sanchez Narvaez will share an original piece about actualizing self worth while contending with racist, classist encounters of her lifetime.

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Artist and Art Therapist Glenn Marla will share from their work Scarcity Freezer, a puppet show about Mothers, Imagination, queer resilience, food, and breaking cycles of trauma. Check out their beautiful work!

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Playwright, producing artist and activist Yvette Heyliger will share The Dues That Must Be Paid, directed by John Scutchins, in which a middle-aged African American actress recounts her story of sexual harassment and assault.

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When falling in love triggers latent PTSD, she might just be f#ck*d. Baggage at the Door is a soloshow by Dana Aber that unpacks the process one woman undertook to put her past traumas aside and love again.