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Out of an Abundance of Caution: Volume 47!

February 7


OUT OF AN ABUNDANCE OF CAUTION is an avant-garde microfestival LIVE + online of quick + dirty-fascinating work responding to and from the places and people with whom we select to shelter, on a wildly inclusive + non hierarchical platform

Produced by Lauren Miller and Theresa Buchheister
Tech by Ben Sulzinsky
Poster Image by Maya Sharpe
Curatorial Support from Harriet Veltkamp and Kate Zibluk


-The OtP (dragthingery)

Brzezinski & Schap (shadow puppetry)

-Nadia Tamayo (written wordery)

-Vaikuntha Abalon-Aquino (music and cookery)

-Justin Gordon (music, language, imagery – Damn Harriet)


Nathan Repasz

get into it early, stay w us for the long haul

entry is free
tipping is encouraged (paypal.me/outofcaution)
flying by the seat of our pants here so
anything can happen

Sunday, February 7
8pm EST Show



FOLLOW NATHAN: IG – @the1truegoiter // YouTube – Nathan Repasz // Soundcloud – Nathan Repasz

Nathan Repasz is a New York-based musician, theatre artist, composer, and improviser. His solo performance work explores the cracks between sense/nonsense and groove/noise. He’s really close to 100 subscribers on his YouTube channel (just called Nathan Repasz), which he updates with performance vids. Stay garish!


The OtP

The OtP (The Organism that Persons) is a queer clubkid / dragthing / performer based in New York City & Brooklyn. OtP has performed and presented work at La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club, Mabou Mines /  P.S. 122, The P.I.T., The Wild Project, The Martha Graham Studio Theatre, Dixon Place, Pig Iron ( Phil.), Daniel’s Spectrum (Toron.), and more. OtP has also worked with filmmaker Todd Verow / Bangor Films on several films including recently Goodbye Seventies, playing festivals internationally and being released for streaming in February 2021. NYU TSOA (Experimental Theatre Wing) 2013.

IG / Twitter: @theotp___



Above/Below is a shadow puppet short that takes place in two worlds.

Brzezinski & Schap is the creative partnership of Caitlin Brzezinski and Libby Schap. Their distinct style features moving shadows screens, innovative light textures, and blurred lines between performer and shadow character. Flying Lessons, their premiere production, toured the northeast and New Orleans in 2019 and received the Jim Henson Foundation Workshop Grant (2018) and Production Grant (2019), as well as generous support from the Bob Jolly Charitable Trust, Puppet  Showplace Theater, and the Ko Festival.  Since the success of Flying Lessons, Brzezinski & Schap have created several short, filmed shadow pieces including Above/Below, a short for Boston’s 48hr Stay At Home Film Project, and their new series Body Stories




He’s an actor for the stage and the screen from the Northwest side of Detroit. He is a
product of Detroit Public Schools, and afterwards graduated with an Associates’ Degree from
Oakland Community College with honors. Gordon also transferred to the University of
Michigan, where he earned a Bachelors’ degree in English with honors as well. He concluded his
undergraduate career with a book of poetry titled “6 Mile Negus on the Honor Roll at Michigan”.
The collection of poems was originally Gordon’s honors thesis, but he decided to publish the
book independently upon graduation. The themes in this book deal with the prison industrial
complex, romance, the pain of losing relationships with people you love, and the joy of gaining a
relationship with self. Gordon consistently served the community with his poetry book by
performing at schools throughout Southeast Michigan and throughout the United States,
facilitating workshops to students regarding poetry, confidence building, and reading/writing,
and leading summer programs for students. He took a pause in his community work to pursue the
craft of acting at the National Theatre Institute in Connecticut, and completed a two week acting
residency at Complicite Theatre company in London, England. Because of the pandemic, he
returned to his Michigan community in order to help students with in person learning while
schools are closed. At the end of 2020, Gordon is still honing his craft of acting by becoming a
member of the Miranda Family Fellowship, led by Lin Manuel Miranda.


IG: @detroitgordon

FB: Justin Gordon Detroit



February 7, 2021
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Brick Theater
579 Metropolitan Ave
Brooklyn, 11211 United States
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