October 1st and 2nd were the days PS 122 hosted Avant-Garde-Arama.
Here is a collection of ‘highlights’ from the two evenings of fun and talent.
To introduce the show we had an ‘back to school’ musical number with a wonderful cast!
The ‘Hostess with the Most’ crashes thru the paper wall. SALLEY MAY!
Tom Murrin, Woman’s name?(kids names?) slay the Back to School monster.
The featured artist to present on Friday night was Julie Atlas Muz.
“The Cleaning Lady Has Something to Say (Part 1)”.
After cleaning 15 years worth of decadent living, eyelashes, empty bottles of champagne, full ashtrays, used condoms, spilt nail polish bottles and broken chandeliers, one of Ms. Muz’s alter egos has had enough of living in the background. The Cleaning Lady is a brutal, tough, formal and clean perspective. Nothing messy. Full-frontal dance. Nothing dirty. Artists performing include: Lauri Hogan, Darlinda Just Darlinda, Dirty Martini, Ede Thurell, Bunny Love, Kenball Zwerin, Antonio Ramos, Saori Tsukada and Jeremy X. Halpern.
Erin Markey was wild in her piece.
Jenn Harris has a song to sing about her special friend ‘Surprise’.
Special Guest for the evening were KITTY LITTER
(featuring Sarah Spagnola and Danika Yarosh)
One of the audience favorites at Avant-Garde evening is the 40 Second Street segment.
Audience members can ‘sign up’ to perform after intermission for 40 seconds!
Here are a few from those nights!
A two person band that rocked the house.
Check out their appearance on NBC here.
Bridgett talks about the evenings progress and what she wants to do.
More to Come! Stay Tuned…