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OOC:TNG EPISODE TWO

May 23

Free
OUT OF CAUTION: THE NEXT GENERATION (OOC: TNG) is an avant-garde microfestival of innovative works and conversations streamed live on Twitch.
Born out of The Brick Theater in Brooklyn, NYC, we provide an inclusive and non-hierarchical platform within which students and learners can exist, express, and create. Pieces premiered here exhibit a new generation of creators and thinkers.
FEATURING:
Travis Amiel
Sophia Marilyn
Daelin Elzie
James La Bella
Grace Green
Frankie AckermanHOSTED BY:

Ryley Bernier
@academyawardwinnerlauradern
Streamed for Free, OOC:TNG EPISODE TWO will premiere live on
May 23 at 8PM EST on Out of Caution’s Twitch channel.
Co-Curated Harriet Veltkamp and Kate Zibluk
Tech and Graphic Design by Ben Sulzinsky
Social Media and Press Assistance by Caroline Cabe***

Travis Amiel (T/T’s) is a multidisciplinary artist based in Bushwick. Travis makes art projects about about queerness, pretentiousness, shame, convenience, environmentalism, and other things.

FOLLOW TRAVIS @heytravistravis + WEBSITE travisamiel.com

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Sophia Marilyn presents ALL OF US

Inspired by Trisha Brown’s ‘Accumulation’ this piece explores who and what we’ve been in collaboration with during isolation. Where do magic and daily life intersect? Let’s find out!

Sophia Marilyn (she/her/hers) current student in the Experimental Theatre Wing at NYU Tisch.

FOLLOW SOPHIA @sophia_marilyn

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Daelin De’Mari Elzie presents CHOIR BOY PERFORMANCE PIECE

Daelin will be delving into the relationship between abused and abuser in the play Choir Boy as part of a larger project of what it means to be Black and Queer with a religious upbringing. As part of his performance there will be an explanation beforehand and a slight feedback session after.

Daelin De’Mari Elzie (He/Him/His) is a Houston Native and a junior at New York University pursuing his degree in Drama from Tisch School of The Arts with a minor in Music and Dance. Since his freshmen year of college, Daelin has been a part of numerous productions at Tisch such as Depression Flocks to Black Youth(Wil)(NYU: Pro Black One Acts), Glenn: The Play(Glenn)(Broke People Play Festival), The Colored Museum( Miss Roj), En Folkenfiende(Morten), Race To The Finish(Laquan), and Funny House of A Negro( Patrice Lumumba). He has also been a part of a zoom play production in collaboration with the Tisch LatinX collective called the Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity( Chad Deity). Additionally, he played Kendrick in the Web Series Mediocre by Tisch Student Ibi Han. Back home in Houston, he was a member of Theatre Under The Stars where he was in Orpheus and Eurydice( Orpheus), Once on This Island(Gatekeeper), Memphis: The Musical( Virnin), Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat( Jacob), and was a member of their performance troupe; performing at local banquets and venues across the Houston area. When he wasn’t performing back home Daelin found joy volunteering at Holthouse Boys and Girls Club downtown where he helped create a Theatre program for inner-city youth and for which he was nominated as his club’s National Youth of The Year candidate two years in a row. You could also catch him working as a camp counselor for children with disabilities in the arts at The River Performing and Visual Arts Center. Stay Blessed and at Peace.

FOLLOW DAELIN @daelindemari

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James La Bella presents 4EVER ROSIE

A shy, closeted mid-westerner presents his AP English final project: Rosalynn Carter fanfiction. He’s taking it really, really seriously. His intel on the Carter administration is…not great. A piece sort-of about the rhetorical disarmament of post-term American presidents and sort-of about bizarre and cringe fanfiction.

James La Bella (he/him) is a queer writer and performer. His plays have recently been seen at the Tank (Fast and Furious), Sparkhaven Theater, Reground Theater, NYSAF’s Powerhouse Theater, Arts Garage Inc, Mercutio Troupe, and Emerson Stage. Recognitions include BAPF Semi-Finalist Title, Rod Parker Playwriting Fellowship, Betsy Carpenter Playwriting Award, Blank Theater’s Young Playwrights Award and EVVY Award for Best Writing for the Stage. Jameslabella.com

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Grace Green presents DELIVERING EXCELLENCE LIVE

A live discussion with Grace from the Delivering Excellence podcast.

Delivering Excellence with Grace (she/her) and Daniela (she/her) is a new advice column-style podcast that covers everything from college life, mental health, dating, to living in NYC.

FOLLOW GRACE @deliveringexcellence

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Frankie Ackerman

Details

Date:
May 23
Time:
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
Free

Venue

Brick Theater
579 Metropolitan Ave
Brooklyn, 11211 United States
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Phone:
718-907-6189
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