+ Add An Event

Advertise With Us

Make an impression — place an ad on The Dance Enthusiast and receive thousands of eyes on your work every week. Learn more

Contribute

Your support helps us cover dance in New York City and beyond! Donate now.

Come celebrate NYC Pride in a FREE event - "Daddy's Boy" by Michelanelo Alasa' opens June 25, 2015

Come celebrate NYC Pride in a FREE event - "Daddy's Boy" by Michelanelo Alasa' opens June 25, 2015

Company:

Michelangelo Alasa'

Location:

DMAC 62 East 4th St. NYC

Dates:

Thursday, June 25, 2015 - 8:00pm
Friday, June 26, 2015 - 8:00pm
Saturday, June 27, 2015 - 8:00pm

Tickets:

FREE

Company:
Michelangelo Alasa'


DMAC invites you to celebrate NYC Pride with the opening of
Daddy's Boy from June 25 - June 27, 2015.
This event is free.



Daddy's Boy by Michelangelo Alasa', is a walk through, immersive art installation. A maze created with video, found objects and words. Patrons walk at their own pace through the House of Terror of his childhood into his magical "safe place". Within this sacred place Alasa' narrates the personal arc of his life journey from child hood sexual abuse through redemption. Touching, illuminating and filled with humor, the best survival tool.

Daddy's Boy is cathartic in nature and will make you confront your own deepest secrets, darkest desires, and biggest triumphs.

Join us for an opening reception on  
Thursday June 25 at 8-10 PM.
 

Due to the adult nature of this exhibition it is not recommended to anyone under 18 years of age. This exhibition was inspired by the performance piece, Becoming Michelangelo: Confessions of a Cuban Sex Addict which just completed a three year run at DMAC. 

Daddy's Boy is an Official NYC Pride Partner

 

DMAC

62 East 4th St.

n/r train to 8th st

June 25 - June 27, 2015 8-10 PM

Tix are free/reservations recommended at smarttix.com.

 

About Michelangelo Alasa'

Michelangelo Alasa' was born in La Habana, Cuba.

 

About Duo Multicultural Arts Center

Duo Multicultural Arts Center (DMAC) - located in the heart of the East Village at 62 East 4th Street - has a rich and diverse history. Originally built in 1889, the space has hosted numerous endeavors by notable artists, including John Philip Sousa and Andy Warhol. In 2012, Duo Multicultural Arts Center, in conjunction with Rod Rodgers Dance Studio, won the prestigious Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award, issued by the New York Landmarks Conservancy. Today, DMAC operates space for artistry and innovation, housing new work in dance, visual art, film, theater, and music.   

 

 

 

+ Add An Event