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Out of an Abundance of Caution: Volume Thirty Five!

November 15


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



HOSTED by: Jackie Rivera!


-Benny D & Justin Yorio (SENATE CHAT)

-Artists from Target Margin Theater’s “Electric Feeling Maybe” (ART CHAT)

-Eric Holm (TUNES)

-William Banks (CAR WORLD)

-Maya Sharpe (TUNES)

-Garlan Jude (BREATH)


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, November 15

8pm EST Show




Produced by Lauren Miller, Jessica Almasy, Theresa Buchheister

Tech by Lauren Miller

Poster Image by Maya Sharpe

Curatorial Support from Harriet Veltkamp


Jackie Rivera


Benny D & Justin Yorio & Lauren Miller

Theatermakers Ben, Justin, and Lauren offer a little more encouragement to stay engaged through the Georgia Senate races on January 5th, and how you can get involved!




The artists of Target Margin Theater’s “Electric Feeling Maybe” joins to talk about what it was to make a live event for right now. 

Electric Feeling Maybe was inspired by the idea of touch – the desire, the impulse, the attempt to touch one another. Not a play, or a conventional production, this 30-minute performance event invited small groups to gather and share a distinctly TMT artistic experience created by Ali Andre Ali, Will Badgett, Purva Bedi, Leonie Bell, Ebony Burton, Rawya El-Chab, Jesse Freedman, David Herskovits, Mary Neufeld, Grace Orr, and Stephanie Weeks.







Eric Holm

When Eric Holm grew up in South Dakota, country music was too close for comfort. He wanted that city-people stuff, like show-tunes & punk rock. Now based in New Orleans, Holm is a multidisciplinary songwriter and storyteller: a curator/producer at Cloud City (2014-19); a BREAD Arts Collective founding member; co-director, with Katie Melby, of Paper Plane and Rise & Fall; music-maker for young people as Teacher Eric. Calling his music ‘radical queer country music’, he recently released a self-titled debut album, and, collaborating with his brother Preston Holm, a music video for ‘Grampa Would Have Been So Mad’.



William Banks

William Banks is a prophet who comes from Car World to recruit & anoint 12 loyal Apostles to join him on a return voyage to the Bridge to Car World, in order to save Car World.



Maya Sharpe

Maya Sharpe is multi-passionate maker and thinker. Maya’s passion lies in exploring simplicity in humanity through composition. Using this tool to demonstrate there is more of a connection and love between everything than the politically derived disconnect and hatred.



Garlan Jude

GARLAN JUDE BROSNAHAN (they/them) is a Level 2 Reiki Practitioner as well as a third year teacher trainee at the Riverside Initiative for the Alexander Technique where they are also the studio manager. As a performer, they are very interested in energy through the body and its relationship to movement and sound within and around the body.



November 15, 2020
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Brick Theater
579 Metropolitan Ave
Brooklyn, 11211 United States
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