SHELTER returns on Thursday 10/6
Hosted in a private home
in SUNSET PARK, BROOKLYN
558 44th Street #1
btw Sixth and Fifth Avenues
45TH STREET (R)
36TH STREET (D)(N)(R)
Doors open at 7pm,
talks begin at 7.30pm,
is a Chicago-born now Brooklyn-based performer and maker. Her work has been presented in venues across Chicago and now emerging within the New York performance community. She has had the pleasure of working with artists such as Taisha Paggett, Kim Brandt, Emily Johnson/Catalyst, Joshua Kent, Erica Ricketts, Isabelle Collazo, and Tess Dworman among others. Dworman presently and passionately investigates comedy and pop culture in her work, grappling with larger ideas in the world located in personal narrative, concerning herself with the Right Now. She received her BFA in Dance Making from the Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago and is currently on staff at Movement Research. @_gweew
is a writer, comedian, and recent graduate of Columbia's GSAPP. Read his writing online at www.JamesFolta.com and his shortest writing at @JamesFolta.
is a writer who lives in Brooklyn, New York. She founded the feminist blog Tiger Beatdown in 2008, and her writing has been all over the Internet ever since. Her first book, Trainwreck: The Women We Love to Hate, Mock and Fear... and Why was published by Melville House in September.