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?!: New Works 2024 – Night 11

April 20

$20 – $50

The Brick presents
?!: New Works 2024 – Night 11
featuring Sleth, I Don’t Want To See That, Brendan Drake, Ring Yuqi Yang & Lynn Hodeib, Gabriella Gonzalez
April 20, 2024
8pm

The spiritual successor to The Exponential Festival?!:New Works features a veritable slew of experiment(al)(ing) artists from a variety of disciplines presenting brand new work. Working it out. With each other. With you.

As nights of ?!: New Works 2024 sell out, the dates will become unavailable on the ticketing calendar — waitlist will begin at the box office 30 minutes prior to curtain and we will do our best to fit everyone in!

 

A Gay Hero Falls on His Sword (Tomatos) by Sleth – April 9 & 20

Old movies promised that you had the God given right to throw rotten tomatos at bad people. You never get to do that, right? It just never happens! You’ve been robbed of that!

cw: mess

Find them: @sleth.gov_

I Don’t Want to See That presents The Rabid Evolution of Tiffany Karter by Tank – April 20 & 27

The Rabid Evolution of Tiffany Karter is a sapphic-horror-romance rock musical set in Brooklyn’s nightlife as a serial killer targets people within it. It follows Kendra Collins, an aimless accountant seeking thrills wherever she can find them as she reconnects with her high school girlfriend. Who is now the mega socialite, self-proclaimed icon to great acclaim known as Tiffany Anne Nicole Karter. Their love flourishes as people close to Tiffany go missing and the murders become more and more monstrous. Tiffany wants to know what you’re really scared of. Tiffany wants to know what would you give to be rid of that? Tiffany wants to know what would you do for Tiffany?

Book and Lyrics by Tank

Music by Ande Coughman, Dakota Scholz, and Emmy Briggs

Directed by Emmy Briggs

Find them: @idontwannaseethatbk @tank.tank.tank.nyc @emmybeenyc @andecoughman @_princeofgoblins

Ghost Porn Spin-off No. 1 by Brendan Drake 

April 20 & 24

Inspired by Horror Cinema and Dark Room Culture, this work uses movement, dream logic, and sound manipulation to reveal correlations between pop culture and queer temporality, and how those impact present notions of sexual agency, autonomy and platonic intimacy among friends as mutual care.

Choreographer: Brendan Drake

Performers: Brendan Drake (and special guest tbd) 

Music: Krzysztof Penderecki, Morton Feldman, Brendan Drake 

**Created with Support from UCLA Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance.

Image Credit: Photographer: Letxia Cordova Pictured: Brendan Drake and Wesleigh Gates

cw: nudity, sexual scenarios, loud noises and long periods of blackout.

Find them: Brendandrakechoreography.com; @brendandrakechoreography

MOONKEYS
Directed by Rachel Resnik
Created & Performed by Ring Yuqi Yang, Lynn Hodeib & Luis Felicano

Clown-devised ritual-playtime
Two moonstruck monk(ey)s attempt to transcend.
THIS IS THE LAST TIME
for real, f̫̂̀o̫r̍ rè͉͓aͫl!!
 
T͗͢͝RĂ͍̍NS̘͊CE̯͋̂ND..̊. OR ..̺̾.DI̘ͦ͗͠E̝̙͠!!͕!!̈́͝Æ

Creative Consultant: Andrew HurstCasey Woodall;
CW: smoke/incense, partial nudity, possibility of force-feeding.

Rotten Cunt Girl by Gabriella Gonzalez – April 20 & 21

A girl walks on stage…she is a rotten cunt. She is also a super-star & demands to be idolized. A fucked-up solo performance about rage, sexuality, and ego-mania.

Written and performed by Gabriella Gonzalez

Co-directed by Matthew Antoci

In development with Jess Apatow and Ealon Boudreaux

Poster by Dee Cea

cw: Threats of Violence, Homophobia, Mentions of Self-harm

Find them: @thegabriellagonzalez @antociantoci @crayfishcoffee 

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A Note on Accessibility: The Brick has trigger warnings posted in the space for each show for you to check if you so choose. If you would rather ask questions in advance of being in the space or would like to enter in advance of house opening due to our seating not being assigned, please reach out to theresa@bricktheater.com.

Mask Policy: The Brick strongly encourages but does not require masks for audience members. We are in ongoing conversation with our artists and audiences as we continue to adapt our covid policies and it is subject to change at any time. Thank you.

Details

Date:
April 20
Time:
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Cost:
$20 – $50
Website:
https://ci.ovationtix.com/122/production/1191651

Venue

Brick Theater
579 Metropolitan Ave
Brooklyn, 11211 United States
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