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!?:NEW WORKS – NIGHT THIRTEEN
The Brick Theater
The Brick presents
NIGHT THIRTEEN OF !?:NEW WORKS
Jill Melanie Wirth
Hosted by Garlan Jude
Doors at 7:30
Show at 8
As most of you are aware, New York City will require proof of vaccination for indoor performances beginning September 13th. We will be enforcing this policy for all upcoming performances, and ask that all audience members, regardless of vaccination status, remain masked. All staff and performers will be vaccinated, performers may not be masked. Audience can provide proof of vaccination with a government issued I.D. along with a COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card or the Excelsior Pass App. We are navigating this day to day just like all of you so please be patient with staff when you attend your next Brick event. We love all of you.
JILL MELANIE WIRTH
A SURPRISE GIFT
Written & Performed by Jill Melanie Wirth
Developed with & Directed by David Wirth
A SURPRISE GIFT tells the story of how getting caught using a Student Metro Card, turns out to be a profound and transformative Gift from the Universe.
Thanks to Marjorie Eliot’s Parlor Entertainment and the following musicians Rudel Drears – piano, Sedric Choukroun – Saxophone, Nicholas Mauro-Trumpet, Will Glass- Drums, Julia Farry – Bass, for granting permission to use a recording of their performance of “Take the A Train.”
Das Sofortvergnügen (THE INSTANT PLEASURE) is brought to you by Cosimo Pori (@cosimopolitan on Instagram) and Travis Amiel (@heytravistravis on Instagram)
Queer failure artist Travis Amiel and the ravishing dancer-poet Cosimo Pori invite you to experience Das Sofortvergnügen (THE INSTANT PLEASURE), a dance-theatre-spectacle about insatiable desires, [in]convenience, and patience.
Written by Whitney Matheson
Directed by Shannon Goldman
Starring Madeleine Morrell and Lawrence Trailer
A Nightwork Studio/Super G Films production
Special thanks to Dean Haspiel
Who on earth is Denny Barracuda? William has no idea, but he’s about to let her into his apartment after spending a year in quarantine. Written by Whitney Matheson, this performance explores the importance of art and human connection in a sanitized city.
Xavier is a multi-disciplinary artist, originally from the midwest. Xavier is experimenting with various forms of storytelling (song, written word, character, projection, ALL OF IT). Follow Xavier @mr.mamma_rice
?!:New Works is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.