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WAXworks at Triskelion Arts

WAXworks at Triskelion Arts


Yeujia Low, Catie Leasca, Roxy Company, and more


Triskelion Arts
Brooklyn, NY


Sunday, October 16, 2016 - 7:00pm



Yeujia Low, Catie Leasca, Roxy Company, and more

WAXworks October 16th

Sunday, October 16, 2016
7:00pm 9:00pm
Triskelion Arts


  • Catie Leasca
  • Roxy Company
  • Demarquis Rembert
  • Thomas Choinacky
  • Yeujia Low
  • Janice Tomlinson
  • Justin Faircloth



WAXworks is an inclusive performance showcase that offers emerging and established artists the opportunity to present their work on a professional stage with substantial and versatile lighting, sound and technical systems. Any kind of stage work is welcome - we invite dance, theater, music, video, performance art, poetry, comedy, juggling, singing, puppetry, acrobatics, monologues or anything else that can be performed on a stage. There is no audition process and few technical limitations. 

WAXworks is designed to help artists advance their creative process by viewing their work through the objective eyes of a live, enthusiastic audience. Guided by the WAX staff, audience members are invited to share their reactions and thoughts with the artists in anonymous written feedback. An involved audience is a supportive audience. 

For a nominal fee, artists receive a half hour tech slot and a split bill performance opportunity for work up to 12 minutes in length; in addition to the performance, participants receive hi quality video documentation of their work. WAX staff members also offer constructive criticism on press kits, artist statements, and project descriptions submitted as a part of the WAXworks application. Artists "learn-by-doing" as they prepare and refine the materials that they will need for other opportunities.

Now in its 17th year, WAXworks in residence at Triskelion Arts annually provides 70 performing artists of all genres the opportunity to present their work.

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