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Out of an Abundance of Caution: Volume Thirty One!

October 18


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, Jessica Almasy, Theresa Buchheister

Tech by Lauren Miller

Poster Image by Maya Sharpe

Curatorial Support from Harriet Veltkamp



-Ben Dworken (Hope!)

Betül Adalier (Art!)

-Kippy Winston (Love!)

-Tawanda Gona (Animation!)

Noelle Ghoussaini and Target Margin (Performance!)

-Walter Wlodarczyk (Photography!)

-Hannah Simms and Aurelia Clunie (Theater!)



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, October 18

8pm EST Show



Your Host: Jackie Rivera

Jackie Rivera is a queer performer, theater-maker, and life-artist roaming around Brooklyn (#vanlife.) They are Associate Artistic Director of Agile Rascal Bicycle Touring Theatre and member of The Syndicate, an ensemble theater network that develops work by women, queer and trans artists. Currently pursuing an MFA in Performance and Performance Studies from Pratt Institute. www.jackie-rivera.com

Instagram: @climatequeer



Betül Adalier


Betül Adalier is a visual artist whose work focuses on the relationships between human and nature. She is a graduate of Florida State University where she received her degrees in Business Administration and Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art. She also experiments with the format of painting with the inclusion of animation, projection, and textile.


My paintings dissect relationships between humans and nature. These landscapes are metaphorical representations of the psychological state or Mindscapes. Certain thoughts, memories, and feelings are compartmentalized into spaces in one’s mind. These abstractions will be represented by physical landscapes with some hidden behind doors. The figures that interact within the spaces reflect the aspects of one’s self when experiencing those feelings.

Instagram: @betthinks



Kippy Winston presents HEAVY APPS: The Let’s Hug Edition

kippy winston is an internet sensation who recently came out of retirement during the global pandemic.


Tawanda Gona

Tawanda Gona is a Boston bred Brooklyn Based Comedian/Writer who’s recently forayed into new ventures with his comic strip and animated shorts. This newfound passion has led to being featured in the 2020 NewFilmmakers Festival and winning the First Time Filmmakers Sessions in August. While accolades are cool, his biggest pride and joy is being able to share his love of creating with all of us. Whether it be laughing at a joke, sharing a comic or thinking about the artistic meaning of a short, his goal is to have us entertained. Well his true goal is to one day meet Gucci Mane and Stone Cold Steve Austin in the same party, but for now, our entertainment is number one on his checklist.

Twitter: @Tawandus

Insta: @Tawandraws


Noelle Ghoussaini and Target Margin present Magic in Plain Sight

MAGIC IN PLAIN SIGHT features several adventurous pop-up performances taking place in storefronts, stoops, and parking lots in Sunset Park along with a culminating event, “Electric Feeling Maybe”, at The Doxsee. Not a play, or a conventional production, MAGIC IN PLAIN SIGHT invites small groups to gather and share a distinctly TMT artistic experience reflecting on touch or connection during this time of social distance.

Target Margin Lead Artist: Noelle Ghoussaini

Community Members: Carlos Montivero Diaz, Sarah King, Frank N, Poon, Yang Yu

Community Partner: Yafa Café at 45th Street and 4th Avenue

Producer: Victoria Linchong

Production Coordinator: Rubina Shafi

Sound: Ryan O’Hare


Walter Wlodarczyk presents Photos in New York: 2020

April 6th

Walter Wlodarczyk is a documentary photographer whose work focuses on

the stories and culture of his home, New York City. His photographs

are a record of contemporary life in the city, and a song to its

continuous history of humanity and venture. Tonight he will present a

selection of his photographs documenting life in the city since the

start of the pandemic.


Instagram and Twitter – @wlodarczyk



by Hannah Simms
directed by Aurelia Clunie
Bandwidth takes a peek into commerce and work-life balance in a near-future where everything has moved inside because of the persistent virus.
Jeremy Hunter (DEV)
Kevin Paley (DERRICK)
Tonille Simone Watkis (STELLA)
Hannah J Simms is a director, playwright, teacher, and feelings enthusiast based in the world’s secret best city, Hartford CT. www.hannahjenckessimms.com
Aurelia Clunie is a director, actor, and theater artist drawn to works that spark curiosity and wonder.
Kevin Paley is a non-binary actor, singer, and director based in New York City who is delighted and grateful to be working with this team. www.kpaley.com
Jeremy Hunter is one of the dopest actor-artists based out of the DMV with a focus in live-theatre. www.iammercury.com
Tonille Simone Watkis former Miss Black USA & Miss Supranational Jamaica is a CT based actor, dancer & teaching artist. IG: @tonillewatkis



October 18, 2020
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Brick Theater
579 Metropolitan Ave
Brooklyn, 11211 United States
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