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Dixon Place

Dixon Place

Dates:

Saturday, October 13, 2012 - 3:00pm

Dixon Place: October 15-31, 2012
 
TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALETheater, Performance, Music, Audio Drama, Radio Play
TUESDAYS, OCTOBER 16 & 23 AT 9:30PM
GLASS EYE PIX & FEAR-MONGERS
TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE
Tickets: 2 (advance), 5 / 0 stu/sen and TDF (door)

 

With Larry Fessenden, Glenn McQuaid & Clay McLeod Chapman. A new twist on the vintage radio shows of yesteryear, Larry and Glenn are recording eight original audio shows before a live audience. Journey beyond the pale with a double-bill of original genre stories featuring live foley and sound effects by a team of audio artisans, performed by the very special voice talents of Sean Young, Michael Cerveris, Vincent D'Onofrio, James LeGros, Mark Margolis and many more! A feast for eyes and ears.

Get more info on the Fear Mongers page!
estimated runtime: 90 minutes  
Theater/Performance, Dark Comedy
THURSDAY - SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11-13 AT 7:30PM
MEGAN MURTHA
MISSING PERSON(S)
Tickets: 5 (advance), 8 / 2 stu/sen and TDF (door)

 

MEGAN MURTHA Featuring: Jason Blaine*, Sam Soghor, Andrew MacLarty*, Tatiana Gomberg*, Paul Ketchum, Aron Canter, Yuki Kawahisa*, Julia Sirna-Frest, Cassidy Elms*, Megan Gaffney*, Eliza Bent, Clare Barron*. Set design: Siobhan Antonioli. Lighting design: Haejin Han. Where are all the people going that keep disappearing from the small fishing town? A child knows. He plays hopscotch around their bodies while St. Boneyface appears for conversation. But no one in town is listening because no one is praying. They greedily wait for the Whaler to come feed them, only to send him back out for more. Shoes need resoling, and mail needs posting with no one paying any attention. Will St. Boneyface's efforts to reconnect this scattered town prove successful or garbled? *Actors appearing courtesy of AEA. 
estimated runtime: 60 minutes
Dance, Theater, Music, Circus Arts, Queer
THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 26 & 27 AT 10:00PM
THE ORION EXPERIENCE
CHILDREN OF THE STARS
Tickets: 0 (advance), 5 / 5 stu/sen (door)

 

THE ORION EXPEREINCE The Orion Experience is Orion Simprini, Linda Horwatt, Reef Rox; concept & direction by Travis Greisler; produced by Ryan Bogner. An immersive concert going experience, where you, the audience, will be thrust directly into the action of the music by The Orion Experience. Every song will be its own live music video where the audience will interact with the characters and creatures of our own intergalactic "space disco." Using a combination of dancers, actors, acrobats, projections and lighting like you've never seen, this show will literally happen all around you.
estimated runtime: 75 minutes
Variety Show. Circus Arts. Comedy, Queer Burlesque, Costume Halloween Party
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31 AT 7:30PM
DANDY DARKLY
VARIETY OF THE DAMNED!
Tickets: 5 (advance and in costume), 0 (door)

 

DANDY DARKLY AND FRIENDS Starring Amber Martin, Amazing Amy Contortion Dancer, Ben Lerman, Carla Rhodes and Cecil Sinclair, Empress Olga and Backdoor Bjorn, Fein and Dandee, Jenny Lee Mitchell, Luck Y. Charming, Matt Knife, Randy Bush, Rod Sayegh and Teddy Turnaround. Hosted by Dandy Darkly his ever-suffering valet and pianist, Hookah (Adam Tendler). The sissy sorcerer of sex and death, Dandy Darkly invokes his Variety of the Damned! at Dixon Place on Halloween night! Celebrate with Dandy and his fiendish friends at a variety show unlike any other! Joining Dandy on stage will be the multiple-musical-personalities of Amber Martin, comedian songwriter Ben Lerman, rock and roll ventriloquist Carla Rhodes (with the dapper dummy Cecil Sinclair) and vaudevillian musicians Fein and Dandee with the brassy Jenny Lee Mitchell. Also stopping by will be the delightfully chaotic Empress Olga and Backdoor Bjorn, contortion dancer The Amazing Amy, handsome storyteller Rod Sayegh, hula-hooping hottie Randy Bush and dashing boylesque dancers, Teddy Turnaround, Luck Y. Charming and Mr. Matt Knife.  
estimated runtime: ALL NIGHT LONG!
The Lounge at Dixon Place: where friends meet!
The Lounge at Dixon Place is the only bar on the Lower East Side where every cocktail supports artists and their new work. As a non-profit theater with a liquor license, we serve the most imaginative drinks in the neighborhood! Give yourself time to hang out before a show-you can even take your drink into the theater! And since every drink you buy goes directly to support our artists, your intoxication is absolutely guilt-free!

So remember our lounge when you're out on the town. Celebrate your birthday or anniversary and support our cause. Drop in any night. You may catch free performances of music, comedy, poetry or burlesque. Our bartenders are the friendliest in town and will serve you right! Open evenings Monday thru Saturday.
 
Jason & Jill: Craft for Your Life!Lounge, Theater, Performance Art, Comedy
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11 AT 7:30PM
JASON BLACK &
JILL PANGALLO
JASON & JILL:
CRAFT FOR YOUR LIFE!
Tickets: Free Admission

 

Created & performed by Jason Black & Jill Pangallo (special guests TBA). Join celebrity morning talk show hosts Jason & Jill in their real-time reality show, Craft for Your Life! J & J will walk you through the very basic instructions of how to create a one-of-a kind craft as they and their special guests entertain you throughout the process.
estimated runtime: 45 minutes
 
Lounge, Music
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12 AT 7:30PM
THE FAMOUS ACCORDION ORCHESTRA
Tickets: Free Admission
THE FAMOUS ACCORDION ORCHESTRA
The Famous Accordion Orchestra, led by Bob Goldberg (of the late Washboard Jungle), is a group of flexible size that bridges the traditional and the post-modern, ranging from Rossini to Duke Ellington to Paolo Conte to Kraftwerk. They have performed in clubs, gardens, cemeteries and parades throughout the city. The orchestra returns to The Lounge on November 9.
 
UrbanErotika Dance, Theatre, Queer, Erotica
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12 AT 10:00PM
MO BEASLEY & URBANEROTIKA
IN MOTION
Tickets: 5 (advance), 0 / 2 stu/sen and TDF (door)

 

Presented by The LoveStorm Entertainment Group, LLC in association with Helluva Dame Productions, motivateArt, Suit & Tyree and Bigg Thurrsty, and Dixon Place. Featuring Mo Beasley, Shannon Lower, "Heavy Cream", Candice Michelle Franklin of Jazz Ain't Dead Dancers, Havoc, and more. A monthly performance series celebrating erotic love through poetry, spoken word, music, dance and theatre as expressed through the diverse cultures of NYC. The show moves through Four Suites of Eros, from the the most soft and sensual to the most wild and explicit expressions of sexual love: The Infatuation Suite, Seduction Suite, Sweet Bliss and The Raw Suite.
estimated runtime: 75 minutes, plus 15 minute intermission
BROUHAHA Lounge, Art, Performance
FRIDAYS, OCTOBER 5, 12, 19, 26 AT 10:00PM
RAVEN MELISSA OFFICINALIS VANVAN AND FRIENDS
BROUHAHA
Tickets: Free Admission

 

Installation, ambient, interactive, and performance art every Friday night between 10pm and 12am in the Lounge. Derived from contemporary hoodoo, rootwork, and conjure practices, every episode brings new interpretations to old-fashioned notions. Crafted by Raven Melissa Officinalis VanVan of Kings County Coven No. 1; special guests and associates are sure to be compelling. Audience members are encouraged to bring questions to be addressed by oracle, wishes to be sacrificed in the fire of hope, and secrets upon which we will feast.
Lounge, Dance, Short Film
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13 AT 7:30PM
CHARLES DENNIS
SHORT FILMS
Tickets: Free Admission

 

Charles Dennis Choreographer/videographer & P.S. 122 co-founder Charles Dennis will screen a collection of the dance/video/art short films he has created since the 1980's. Included are I Breathe (2012), The Ride Home (2012), Squibnocket Tides (2012), February (2011), After Rush Hour (2010), Shoot Out at Betacam Canyon (2000), New York 1985 (1984), and Feet With The Beat - created in collaboration with Alain LeRazer (1986).
estimated runtime: 45 minutes
 
Theater
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13 AT 10:00PM
STIVEN LUKA
BIG ROB'S BARBECUE
Tickets: 2 (advance), 5 / 0 stu/sen and TDF (door)

 

Big Rob's Barbecue Text & direction by Stiven Luka. Performed by Enver Chakartash, Stiven Luka, Paul Pontrelli & Josue Sum. Lights by Eric Yue. A performance featuring fat suits and an electric grill. Rivaling neighbors Mr. Johnson and Mr. Earles duke it out for the ultimate barbecue party. Big Rob's Barbecue presents a colorful look into a bleak world. Zhenesse Heinemann from culturebot calls it "a spectacle fo' sho'" Check out the videos on vimeo
estimated runtime: 70 minutes
 
Dance, Theater, Performance, Music
MONDAY, OCTOBER 15 AT 7:30PM
MICHAEL EVANS & SUSAN HEFNER / CHRISTIANA AXELSEN
BLOCKHEAD / TUNDRA
Tickets: 2 (advance), 5 / 0 stu/sen and TDF (door)
THE SECRET CITY
Blockhead: Created & performed by Michael Evans & Susan Hefner. A zany, off-balance improvisation creates its own incidental sound with percussive wood, cardboard and electronics.
estimated runtime: 26 minutes  
PLUS
Tundra: Christiana Axelsen/movement, Kyle Gerry/performance, Chana Porter/text, Seth Powers/drama, Megan Smith/dramaturge. An ode to aviation, exploration, and Andre Breton.
estimated runtime: 18 minutes
 
Lounge, Theater
MONDAY, OCTOBER 15 AT 7:30PM
TYLER RIVENBARK
INSIDE THE RAINN
Tickets: Free Admission

 

Written by Tyler Rivenbark; directed by Cindy N. Kawasaki; starring Sarah Burkhalter & Brandon D. Jones. Trapped inside a world of dreams and floods, two lovers fight to save themselves.
estimated runtime: 25 minutes
 
Dance
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16 AT 7:30PM
ELIZABETH ALVAREZ, SUNI REYES & ALEXIS DEL SOL
BELADOÑADANSA
Tickets: 2 (advance), 5 / 0 stu/sen and TDF (door)
BelaDoñaDansa: ELIZABETH ALVAREZ & SUNI REYES
BelaDoñaDansa is curated by Jenny Mendez
estimated runtime: 25 minutes
 
Literature, Lounge
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16 AT 7:30PM
MICHELINE AUGER & VANESSA VESELKA
EXPERIMENTS & DISORDERS
Tickets:
MICHELINE AUGER AND VANESSA VESELKA
DP's long running literary series, curated by Christen Clifford and Tom Cole. Micheline Auger's first play, POOP - A TRUE STORY, was based on her experience being an art object in a NYC gallery and won an Audience Favorite Award in the NY Fringe Festival. Vanessa Veselka's debut novel, Zazen, recently won the PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize " for an exceptionally talented fiction writer whose debut work-a first novel or collection of short stories published in 2011" and is a 2011 finalist for the Ken Kesey Prize in fiction.
 
MICHELINE AUGER AND VANESSA VESELKA Theater, Music, Queer
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17 AT 7:30PM
JESUSA RODRIGUEZ & LILIANA FELIPE
EL SEXTO SOL
Tickets: 2 (advance), 5 / 0 stu/sen and TDF (door)

 

Produced by the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics. The legendary musical performance cabaret lands in NYC for one night. Combining Felipe's transporting song with Rodriguez's indomitable presence, the Sexto Sol turns our world inside out--men become women, women become gods, and we come to know our world for what it is and for what it may become.
estimated runtime: 75 minutes
 
HAIL TO THE V Lounge, Queer, Music, Comedy, Performance
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17 AT 7:30PM
CAITLIN RODGERS, CHEWY MAY & LILIANA VELASQUEZ
HAIL TO THE V
Tickets: Free Admission

 

An LGBT friendly comedy and music that unifies diverse groups through entertainment.
estimated runtime: 90-120 minutes
 
Music, Theater
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18 AT 7:30PM
ENSEMBLE PAMPLEMOUSSE / ON STRUCTURE
SLOW CHANGE, RAPID REPETITIONS / OPENS
Tickets: 2 (advance), 5 / 0 stu/sen and TDF (door)
ENSEMBLE PAMPLEMOUSSE
Ensemble Pamplemousse is: Maria Stankova, Natacha Diels, Kiku Enomoto, Jessie Marino & David Broome; presenting music by Juraj Kojs, Natacha Diels, Andrew Greenwald, Jessie Marino, David Broome & Maria Stankova. On Structure is Jessie Marino & Natacha Diels. Six works rapidly shift concentric patterns, transfer slowly to quickness.
estimated runtime: 90 minutes
 
Dance, Circus Arts
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19 AT 7:30PM
TONI RENEE JOHNSON / MAIA RAMNATH
REFERENCE POINT / FREEDOM IS AN ENDLESS MEETING
Tickets: 2 (advance), 5 / 0 stu/sen and TDF (door)
TONI RENEE JOHNSON / MAIA RAMNATH
Reference Point: choreography by Toni Renee Johnson, founding Artistic Director, Maverick Dance Experience; performed by Autumn Scoggan, Marcus Lavan Braggs, Eric Hill, Indira Goodwine. Our reference point is how we cope, the place we always come back to, that is our mode of survival when our backs are against the wall.
estimated runtime: 30 minutes 
PLUS
Freedom is an Endless Meeting: choreography, text, video & sound design by Maia Ramnath; performed by Alexandra Berger, Becky Chaleff, Maia Ramnath, Lynda Sing. So many lives to live, so little time, only one body. A trio for one; a soliloquy for three.
estimated runtime: 25 minutes
 
Performance Art, Queer, Dance
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20 AT 7:30PM
CHRISTEN CLIFFORD
ABREACTION: OUR FEMINIST PERFORMANCE ART
Tickets: 2 (advance), 5 / 0 stu/sen and TDF (door)
CHRISTEN CLIFFORD
Created & performed by Christen Clifford; Keith Skretch, video consult; Bruce Steinberg, lighting consult; Asta Bennie Hostetter, costume consult. Part re-enactment, part manifesto, and part Happening. There will be nudity. And clay, and ketchup and glitter. And beer.

And bad acting and a vag full of choppers. Oh, wait: this isn't Teeth. christenclifford.tumblr.com
estimated runtime: 60 minutes
 
Theatre, Comedy, Queer
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20 AT 10:00PM
MONICA HAMMOND / TED CAINE
FUNEMPLOYMENT / FACES! (THE MANY HATS OF TED CAINE)
Tickets: 2 (advance), 5 / 0 stu/sen and TDF (door)
MONICA HAMMOND / TED CAINE
FUNEMPLOYMENT: Written & performed by Monica Hammond. Monica puts the F in unemployment as she travels from funemployed to desperate for any job she can get. monicahammond.com
estimated runtime: 20 minutes
PLUS
Faces!: Written & performed by Ted Caine. Where babies cry and bodies fly and you might even enjoy a light snack. tedcaine.com
estimated runtime: 20-25 minutes
 
STEPHEN PEABODY Theater, Music
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23 AT 7:30PM
STEPHEN PEABODY
PEABOHEMIA: OLD SONGS
Tickets: 2 (advance), 5 / 0 stu/sen and TDF (door)

 

Conceived, composed/arranged, directed and performed by Stephen Peabody. A fantasia of staged musical meditations on love, language, nostalgia, pop tunes and engineered taste.
estimated runtime: 55 minutes
 
Dance
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24 AT 7:30PM
NYC DANCE WEEK
NYC10 DANCE INITIATIVE
Tickets: 2 (advance, limit of 50); 5 (after initial 50 and at the door)

THE SECRET CITY
A unique dance project designed by NYC Dance Week that gives 10 emerging dance companies/dance groups/dance troupes up to 10 minutes to showcase their work. It is a platform to expand and explore new repertoires or simply try something new. Performances are every fourth Wednesday of the month, giving a unique opportunity to all those dancers/dance companies craving to show their work and receive feedback on them.
 
Theater, Music, Dance, Queer
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26 AT 7:30PM
JODY CHRISTOPHERSON
ESCHATON CABARET
Tickets: 2 (advance), 5 / 0 stu/sen and TDF (door)

ESCHATON CABARET
Written by Jody Christopherson, Libby Emmons, John C. Hume, Michael Niederman, Matthew Paul Olmos, Laura Butler Rivera; choreographer: Deborah Wolfson; conceptual artist: Jody Christopherson; lyricists and composers: Jody Christopherson, Michael De Roos, Stephanie Dodd, Michael Niederman, Anna Marquardt; performers: Claudia Acosta, Jamie Askew, Cate Bottiglione, Jody Christopherson, Michael De Roos, Jennifer Harder, Rachael Hip-Flores, John C. Hume, Daniel Irizarry, Richard Kass, Lori McNally. A Devised Performance Anarchy. Wiemar is ending, Brecht is beginning. Sometimes a little death isn't so bad.
estimated runtime: 70 minutes
 
Laurie Rubin: Do You Dream in Color book coverMusic, Literature, Queer
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26 AT 7:30PM
LAURIE RUBIN
DO YOU DREAM IN COLOR? BOOK LAUNCH
Tickets: Free Admission

Performed & written by Laurie Rubin, pianist Jenny Taira, co-sponsored by Seven Stories Press & Bluestockings. Acclaimed opera singer Rubin performs pop classics accompanied on the piano by her girlfriend, classically-trained musician Taira, to launch her new book, Do You Dream in Color? about her experiences growing up blind and fulfilling her dream of becoming an opera singer against all odds.
 
Joseph Cavalieri Stained Glass Documentary Film Preview, Glass Art, Queer
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27 AT 4:30PM
JOSEPH CAVALIERI
CAVA: A SPECIAL DOCUMENTARY PREVIEW
Tickets: Free Admission

A special documentary preview on Joseph Cavalieri, directed by Oliver S. Wharton. Joseph's glass work combines elements such as pop icons, engravings, and two-headed birds. Much of his work is commission based, where he works hand-in-hand to produce permanent installations specifically for theaters, schools, international residencies and private homes. Dixon Place has one of Joseph's installations in the entrance! The glass techniques is similar to how Medieval church windows were created, a processes of kiln fired enamels on colored glass. cavaglass.com
 
Movement-based Performance Art, Theater, Music, Puppetry
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27 AT 7:30PM
HUSBAND / CLAIRE MOODEY
THE HIDDEN WOODS IN THE CONVERSATION / SPECTRAL FINDINGS
Tickets: 2 (advance), 5 / 0 stu/sen and TDF (door) 
HUSBAND / CLAIRE MOODEY
The hidden woods in the conversation: Created by Husband (Millie Kapp, Noah Furman, Matthew Shalzi and Annie Maurer). A performance of choreographed play and plays within plays that offer provocative and humorous answers to serious questions.
estimated runtime: 20 minutes 
PLUS
Spectral Findings: Claire Moodey, construction & performance; Jonah Rosenberg, musical arrangement & piano; Abigail Lloyd, costumes & screen; Maxwell Cramer, dramturgy. In seeing, we fall. In falling, we are transformed. A theater concert.
estimated runtime: 30 minutes
 
Lounge, Comedy
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27 AT 7:30PM
JOE MAURICIO & CAROLINE CONTILLO
STARS OVER PARAMUS
Tickets: Free Admission

 

JOE MAURICIO AND CAROLINE CONTILLO Whether you're livin' on a prayer or livin' off the Jersey Turnpike, the comedy stylings of native New Jersians Joe Mauricio & Caroline Contillo are gonna be right up your alley. Jokes, stories and songs from the other side of the Hudson will have you pumping your fists.
estimated runtime: 60 minutes
 
Theater, Art, Revival Service
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 AT 11:30AM
CHRIS WELLS AND FRIENDS
THE SECRET CITY
Tickets: 0 suggested donation
THE SECRET CITY
Part revival, part salon, part show, these monthly services feature performance, visual art, music, food & literature, designed to inspire, excite & invigorate the creative community of NYC. More info on their website.
estimated runtime: 90 minutes
 
NO HOLDS BARRED VARIETY SHOW Dance, Circus Arts, Burlesque
MONDAY, OCTOBER 29 AT 7:30PM
CODY SCHREGER AND FRIENDS
NO HOLDS BARRED VARIETY SHOW
Tickets: 2 (advance), 5 / 0 stu/sen and TDF (door)

 

Curated by Cody Schreger with performances by amazing talent from the dance, theater and circus communities included cast members from Cirque du Soliel, Fuerza Bruta, and more. Come out and see what happens when professionals and students from the aerial, circus, theater and dance worlds give you their art No Hold Barred! codyjs.com 
 
LINDA HILL Lounge, Music
MONDAY, OCTOBER 29 AT 7:30PM
LINDA HILL
LINDY LOO AND THE LUCKY FELLERS
Tickets: Free Admission

 

Linda Hill first made a name for herself in the field of improvisational & stand up comedy in San Francisco where she was in such groups as Spaghetti Jam, Femprov & National Theater of the the Deranged. Her television appearances include Comedy Tonight on PBS for three years, one as host; The TV IQ Test for which she won a California Emmy, Two Guys with Amazing Shorts on HBO; Two Drink Minimum on Comedy Central; and Nashville Now on TNN.
 
Dance
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30 AT 7:30PM
SVEA SCHNEIDER, REGINA NEJMAN, TANYA CALAMONERI, MOENO WAKAMATSU, KATHY WESTWATER
CROSSING BOUNDARIES
Tickets: 2 (advance), 5 / 0 stu/sen and TDF (door)
 Moeno Wakamatsu & Regina Nejman
Curator Marcia Monroe mixes different forms of expression and encourages artists to take risks and overcome limitations within their own art form. The boundaries crossed may be cultural with artists coming from South America, Denmark, Germany, India, Israel, Japan and the U.S.; or within disciplines, as "legitimate" local artists travel "downtown" for the first time.

This month featuring Svea Schneider, Regina Nejman (pictured, left), Tanya Calamoneri, Moeno Wakamatsu (right), Kathy Westwater.
 
CONTENTS
Radio Play:
TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE
Dark Comedy:
MEGAN MURTHA
Dance, Music, etc.:
THE ORION EXPERIENCE
HALLOWEEN PARTY:
DANDY DARKLY
Comedy:
JASON BLACK & JILL PANGALLO
Music:
THE FAMOUS ACCORDION ORCHESTRA
Erotica:
MO BEASLEY & URBANEROTIKA
Performance
RAVEN MELISSA OFFICINALIS VANVAN
Short Film:
CHARLES DENNIS
Theater:
STIVEN LUKA
Dance, Theater:
MICHAEL EVANS & SUSAN HEFNER / CHRISTIANA AXELSEN
Theater:
TYLER RIVENBARK.
Dance:
BELADOÑADANSA
Literature:
MICHELINE AUGER AND VANESSA VESELKA
Theater, Music:
EL SEXTO SOL
Comedy, Performance:
HAIL TO THE V
Music, Theater:
ENSEMBLE PAMPLEMOUSSE / ON STRUCTURE
Dance, Circus Arts:
...TONI RENEE JOHNSON / MAIA RAMNATH
Performance Art, Dance:
CHRISTEN CLIFFORD
Theatre, Comedy:
MONICA HAMMOND / TED CAINE
Theater, Music:
STEPHEN PEABODY
Dance:
NYC DANCE WEEK
Theater, Music:
ESCHATON CABARET
Music, Book Launch:
LAURIE RUBIN
Documentary:
JOSEPH CAVALIERI
Movement-based Performance, Puppetry:
HUSBAND / CLAIRE MOODEY
Comedy:
JOE MAURICIO &

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