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Out of an Abundance of Caution: Volume 48!
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
-José Rivera Jr. (Hot Music Vids)
-Andy Boyd (Depression Songs with Ukulele)
-Fantasy Grandma (Short Film)
-Brzezenski and Schap (Body Stories: Lisa)
-Deepali Gupta (Songs of Now)
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 14
8pm EST Show
José Rivera Jr.
Andy Boyd is a playwright, cartoonist, and songwriter based in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. He will play a set of Depression Songs accompanying himself on the ukulele. Topics covered will include self-harm, substance abuse, and thrash metal.
This is a short film called The Waltz by Cara Francis (aka Fantasy Grandma) that will be part of a series of short films about strangers. The project has been on hold due to 2020 but hopefully will resume soon!
Fantasy Grandma will be performing next Sunday, LIVE and in the FLESH in the GREAT OUTDOORS behind the City Reliquary 2.21.21. 1-5pm for GRANDMA LOVES YOU, a QUEER BAZAAR presented by Charles Quittner and Fantasy Grandma, featuring performances every hour by Daphne Always, Miz Jade, Foxy Belle Afriq, Uncle Freak, Fantasy Grandma and Reality Grandpa.
Brzezenski and Schap
Body Stories is a filmed shadow puppet series exploring the question: What is it like to be in your body? The series was inspired by interviews with Lisa Joyce, Sayeh Khorsandi, Hannah Datz, and Rashaun Fraser. Original music was composed and recorded for the project by musician Christopher Vu.
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.