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Out of an Abundance of Caution: Volume Eleven

May 31


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

Co-Curated by: Jessica Almasy, Theresa Buchheister, Lauren Miller
Technical Coordinator: Matt JJ Miller
Image by: Audrey Taylor Lane

Emceed by Travis Amiel

Chat opens at 7:30pm EST and will feature video by Stacey Sarageant, Darian Dauchan and Teresa Braun
-Han Jie Chow
-Anna Langman
-Handan Ozbilgin, Hussein Smko, Carmen Griffin
-Amir Salaiman
-Leonie Bell
-The Vanderburgs


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, May 31
7:30pm EST Opens
8pm EST Show

Travis Amiel

Travis is a multidisciplinary artist that explores themes like pretentiousness, shame, convenience, environmentalism in performance + digitally.

Anna Langman presents Patience is for Poltoons !!: A Play-ful Poem-ful Performance Piece

Anna Langman is an asexual theatre artist, and a persistent propagator of the new contemporary absurd. She is currently a playwriting MFA student at Brooklyn College and the recipient of the Rona Jaffe Scholarship, as well as the editor of playwriting at the Brooklyn Review. She is also a prolific sonneteer and an avid Shakespearean. All her plays fit to print can be found on New Play Exchange; all her alter ego’s zine scene shenanigans can be found on @Glam_Grrrl’s finstagram.

Handan Ozbilgin, Hussein Smko, Carmen Griffin present The Subway Strike Before Christmas is written by David Bromley

Born and raised in Ankara /Turkey, Handan Ozbilgin is a NYC-based Independent Theater Director/Producer, the Associate Artistic Director of LaGuardia Performing Arts Center (LPAC) and the founder of Identity Crisis Theater

Hussein Smko survived five wars in his lifetime. His journey with dance started when he was nine years old during his forth war experience. He saw Hip Hop for the first time from an American soldier stationed in the capital of Kurdistan in the city of Erbil in northern Iraq in 2003. From then on, he had taught himself breakdancing, house, capoeira, theater dance, acting, singing, Martial Arts, and gymnastics, all without formal training. He then went on and founded the first Hip Hop group in Kurdistan, Street Wolfs, which led a revolution in the city of Erbil at age 13. In 2013, Hussein choreographed and created his first contemporary dance group, First Step Crew, where they performed at the Rawanga Awards in Kurdistan.

Leonie Bell presents Sonntags bei Loretta or It’s Sunday at Loretta’s Haus

Leonie Bell is a German-American theater-maker based in New York. She creates fake family parties, pseudo-historical excursions, and other theatrical tantrums that endow the audience with more creative powers and foster a momentary feeling of belonging amongst strangers. Then there’s some more stuff here about stuff no one can remember and then over here we have the thing that used to exist between dawn and dusk. Reminder to check on your LOCAL GRANDMA and have a snack at www.leoniebell.org

The Vanderburgs

Elinor T + Drew Vanderburg live and write together in Brooklyn, NY. They are underlords.



May 31, 2020
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm


Brick Theater
579 Metropolitan Ave
Brooklyn, 11211 United States
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