|Chez Bushwick Presents: 2Night | Movement Research AIRS
Center for Performance Research
Thurs-Fri May 9-10, 2013
Tickets: 2 in advance 5 at the door(cash only)
Venue: CPR- Center for Performance Research
CPR361 Manhattan AvenueBrooklyn NY, 11211
L to Graham Avenue
Marjani Forte, Rebecca Patek, Katia Urzúa, Michal Samama, Larissa Velez-Jackson, Cristiane Bouger
photo by Ian Douglas
Larissa Velez-Jackson will preview sketches of her latest full-evening work, Star Crap Method, created as part of the Movement Research Artist-in-Residence 2012-13.
Performed by Talya Epstein, Larissa Velez-Jackson, Mary Read (Thursday only) and Tyler James Ashley (Friday only).
|AUNTS Chain Curation
Sat May 11th + May 18th , 2013
Classic AUNTS-style performance event.
Admission by donation to FreeBar or Free Boutique
St. Nick's Alliance / Arts@Renaissance
2 Kingsland Avenue
Saturday May 11 at 8pm
Yackez Duet Edition- Twitta and Papi Jon unleash songs from their new album, The Future during the chaos known as AUNTS.
(@ Maspeth Avenue)
Brooklyn, NY 11211
L train to Graham Ave
718-388-5454 ext. 16
Saturday May 18 at 8pm
Open rehearsal of Star Crap Dancer's Brazilian Aerobics + YackWrestling
Choreography + direction by Larissa Velez-Jackson
Pro-wrestling director- Jon Velez-Jackson
Cast- Steve May, Caitlin Marz, Trashley, Marissa Perel, Larissa and Jon
AUNTS at NADA Fair
Sunday May 12, 2013
Pier 36 on the East River
(AUNTS Populous format)
AUNTS performances by: Walter Dundervill, Rebecca Brooks, Larissa Velez-Jackson, and Stanley Love
Larissa Velez-Jackson will make an outdoor demonstration of her hip-hop alter ego Twitta's workout video, featuring spicy Latin moves and pratfalls.
An Evening at The Glass House
Arts@Renaissance via AUNTS
Wed May 22nd, 2013
St. Nick's Alliance / Arts@Renaissance
2 Kingsland Avenue (at Maspeth Avenue)
L to Graham Ave
5 (full evening pass including food)
The Glass House
Performances by: Malin Arnell, Walter Dundervill, Mariana Valencia, Marya Wethers, Yackez
Wander around the Installation Rooms
Yackez Installation room will feature the shrine of Yackez merchandise, the coronation of Maskez-Yackez's new official mascot (performed by Steve May),
scores of mad rhymes and illogical dance sequences, acrobatic wrestling and
Cast- Tyler James Ashley, Steve May, Caitlin Marz, Larissa and Jon
In My House Co-Presented with Roulette
Thursday May 24th, 2013
509 Atlantic Avenue
2/3/4/5 to Nevins St or
to Atlantic Av-Pacific St
Performances by Larissa Velez-Jackson, Amber Bemak,
Tess Dworman, Sam Kim
Post-show talk moderated by Katie Brewerball
Star Crap in Progress "still in progress" LVJ's aptly-named "permanent work-in-progress" reveals her improvisatory approach to choreography through dance, song, sound poetry, and standup comedy. This evening's performance features Talya Epstein, Tyler james Ashley, Raja Feather Kelly, Caitlin Marz, Marissa Perel, and Larissa Velez-Jackson.
photo by Doron Sadja- ROULETTE February, 2013
Tues June 11th, 2013
161A Chrystie Street, between Rivington and Delancey
One night only, LVJ Performance Co. evening
"Dun Dun Duuuhn!"
photo by Heath McBride
Star Crap Method - 25min
Skethes marking the 100th hr of development on LVJ's new full-length dance trio with Tyler James Ashley and Talya Epstein.
Yackez Brings The Fun!- 30 min
A meta-celebration of song and dance between performer and audience, where Yackez redifines family-friendly merriment with a fiercely queer dance team and adorable new mascot!
Cast: Tyler James Ashley, Talya Epstein, Steve May, Marissa Perel, Mary Read, Jon Velez-Jackson, Larissa Velez-Jackson and Stephanie Velez
These works are created during LVJ's Movement Research Artist-in-Residence 2012-13.
Fri June 21, 2013
at Encore Senior Center
239 West 49th Street (@ 8th)
Larissa Velez-Jackson creates a performance with the Encore Senior Center members of her community dance class, XpressYou! This program is the culmination of LVJ's Seniors Partnering with Artists Citywide (SPARC) residency in 2013.
SPARC IS A COLLABORATION AMONG THE NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS, THE DEPARTMENT FOR THE AGING AND THE CITY’S FIVE LOCAL ARTS COUNCILS. THIS PROGRAM IS SUPPORTED, IN PART, BY PUBLIC FUNDS FROM THE DEPARTMENT FOR THE AGING.