Some Dates

I've been sleeping and then not sleeping. I am working on a bigger update, but in the meantime there are some shows I want to talk about. If you haven't signed up for my hopefully not-too-annoying e-mail list, you can do that on the right hand side here. I will be right back with real news, updates.

*Tuesday, April 15*
Absent Mindr app release party
Mellow Pages Library (56 Bogart St. 1S, Brooklyn)
FB Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1393155927627988/

Absent Mindr is a poetry chapbook by Tommy Pico of Birdsong Micropress, and the first one made into an APP for iphones/ipads and such--which you can download from yr friendly neighborhood app store starting the 15th. Tommy's throwing a part for the release, featuring readings by: MAX STEELE, MAUD DEITCH, LAUREN WILKINSON, SEAN H. DOYLE & TOMMY PICO.

The app is 24 poems, audio of Tommy reading each one, and features art by Cat Glennon, and was developed/published by VERBALVISUAL. For more info:
ABSENTMINDR site: absentmindr.com
Developed by VERBALVISUAL: verbalvisu.al
CAT GLENNON art: catglennon.com

*Thursday, April 17*
A Cocktail of Glamour and Anarchy
Bureau of General Services-Queer Division (83A Hester Street, New York)
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/843970615619212/

A COCKTAIL OF GLAMOUR & ANARCHY an evening of performance featuring original Cockette RUMI MISSABU in person! Accompanied by AGOSTO MACHADO, JARVIS EARNSHAW & JOE E. JEFFREYS and Special Guests RACHEL MASON, MAX STEELE & MARK GOLAMCO.

Rumi Missabu, actor/male actress, performance artist, director-producer, mentor and original member and archivist for the gender-bending early 70s counterculture troupe The Cockettes, once described as like the Little Rascals in drag doing Busby Berkeley on acid, Rumi Missabu, hosts an evening of conversation, spoken word, film clips, and musical interludes withspecial guests. Guaranteed to be a fun-filled romp laced with pure nostalgia that bridges the gap between the Summer of Love and thetimes of Harvey Milk.

*May 2-4*
BAX | Brooklyn Arts Exchange (421 5th Avenue, Brooklyn, New York)
Friday-Saturday, May 2-3 @ 8:00pm | Sunday, May 4 @ 6:00pm
Tickets here: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/933517

Mapplethorpe is a kind of service, a product or device. A disposable personality, a soulless soul-singer, a TV character set to self-destruct, a eulogy to stay alive, a pop star designed for rancor. A lover who cannot bear the weight of the spotlight and whose incineration glimmers on command.

Visit artistservices.bax.org/max-steele to learn more about BAX Artist in Residence Max Steele

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