Thur, Jan 19, 7pm-1am
$25 presale guarantees admission / $15-100 sliding scale at door (goes directly to LPJL)
Gemini & Scorpio Loft - RSVP on site for Gowanus, BK address
A hand-picked lineup of irreverent performances, sexy solidarity and kinky outrage to raise funds for the Lady Parts Justice League.
More on our performers:
- Dayna Kurtz: angry depressed Jewess who writes spiritual drinking hymns for atheists.
- Sxip Shirey: international composer and performer, reluctantly brings back his infamous tampon applicator musical act, for just this ONE performance
- Adrienne Truscott: choreographer, dancer and stand-up comedian, formerly half of the vaudeville duo the Wau Wau Sisters, and now gaining international acclaim for her bold one-woman show "Asking For It: A One Lady Rape About Comedy."
- Nora Burns: writer, performer, fag hag, and one third of wildly twisted and brilliantly outspoken comedy trio Unitard.
- Mamie Minch: luthier and multi instrumentalist, and badass Amazonian motherfucker.
- Pussy Grabs Back: a mobile, femme powered, anti-Trump brass band, bringing music to streets to protest this new regime's dangerous fascist agenda. They're gonna make this revolution danceable.
- Abby Hertz: performance artist who's going to "Paint It Black" live on stage...and by "it" we mean her vagina.
- Sweet Tits: the "lesbian Spinal Tap" rawk-n-roll band taking NYC's gay/queer scene by storm.
- Tiny D: in-your-face feminist burlesque dancer.
- Mistress Couple: dominatrix with a sub-specialty in political humiliation and Headmistress of La Domaine Esemar training chateau, will do unspeakable things to a willing victim in a Trump mask for our cathartic pleasure.
Plus a special set from comedian Lizz Winstead, founder of Lady Parts Justice League, co-creator and former head writer and correspondent of The Daily Show, and co-founder of Air America Radio, where she co-hosted Unfiltered, with Hip Hop legend, Chuck D and political big brain Rachel Maddow.
More on Lady Parts Justice League:
The Lady Parts Justice League is a coven of hilarious badass feminists who use humor and pop culture to expose the haters trying to destroy reproductive access. We believe if there is not laughter, dancing and sexy time in your revolution, you need to fix that. The LPJL wants to lead by example showing fighting for equality is a way of life, not just a reaction to crisis, and we are connecting artists and activists around the country to help make that happen.
Thur, Jan 19, 7pm-1am