NEW YORK — A special performance of a new play inspired by the life of adult perfomer Brittany Andrews will commence this Saturday, June 16 at Dixon Place in Manhattan.
Warhol protege and director Penny Arcade has teamed up with Andrews and writer/performer Raquel Almazan to preview this work in progress that blends chic performance art along with sensual Butoh dance and stylish audio/visual multimedia, they said.
The play made its debut this past October to a sold out crowd and was met with a standing ovation.
“The response we had from October performance was amazing!” Andrews said “We’ve been getting such positive feedback from the audience and this whole project has been super exciting and very fulfilling artistically. It has been amazing to work with Raquel and Penny — they are extremely creative and we’ve been working so intensely over the last few years putting this amazing piece together! I believe the script is revolutionary and makes some great political statements and it’s been a huge pleasure working with all these talented multimedia artists.
"There are so many aspects — animation, dance, sound/visuals — it is such a mind-blowing experience for the audience!”
Dixon Place is located at 161A Chrystie St., New York, N.Y. 10002.
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