NEW START TIME 7:30PM
With event partner Genderfest ASL Interpretation provided by BCRAD
Tentacles wrestle the sexual status quo; secret identity exposes itself; and the Empire is challenged by authentic expression in a work that mixes whimsy, savage poetry, heartbreaking vulnerability and B-movie joy.
Get your alien on in this transdisciplinary evening for the Queer Arts Festival, featuring the work-in-progress presentation of Alien Sex. Come dressed in an outfit original to your planet of origin! Prizes will be awarded to the best dressed queer aliens.
Actor/director and Alien Sex instigator David Bloom conspires to bring together an exciting and diverse team in a multi-genre, multi-generational feast. The all-star cast features Vancouver genderqueer creators Olivia B (performance poet/tap dancer) and Floyd VB (performance poet/visual artist), propelled by the visceral and immutable life force of Taiko drummer Eileen Kage, composer/dancer/video artist Sammy Chien, actor/dancer/visual and performance artist Robert Leveroos, and photo-based artist/actor SD Holman (of BUTCH: Not like the other girls).
Drawing upon energetic interpretations of the transgressive BDSM poet Linda Smukler/Samuel Ace and the divisive heterosexual playwright David Mamet, gay, lesbian, bi, queer, straight, vanilla, kinky and yet-to-be-named perspectives collide in a speculative fiction that fearlessly explores the strange, beautiful, and sometimes inexplicable territory of human sexuality.
Hang around after the show to mingle with the artists and find out more about Alien Sex!
** NOTE: Workshop presentation starts at 7:30pm, talk-back and reception to follow. For more information contact: Jessa Agilo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This event is ASL interpreted (confirmed), scent-reduced, and fully wheelchair accessible. For more information on how to support a scent-reduced event, please visit PeggyMunson.com. For a full accessibility audit of the space, visit Building Radical Accessible Communities.
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