2474 Westchester Avenue, Bronx, NY 10461 718-918-2110
Home of Arthur Aviles Typical Theatre and The Bronx Dance Coalition
TWENTY-THREE PORTRAITS FOR A POSITIVE TRANSGENDER IMAGE
For Michael Michelle Lynch the show felt like validation: “It does my heart proud to be up on this wall. There’s not enough of this—in the Bronx, in Brooklyn, in Manhattan, in Queens, where a trans kid can come and see themselves and grow and live." - SIMONE MCCARTHY, NY CITY LENS
OUT LIKE THAT! 2018
OUT LIKE THAT! is the Bronx's only LGBTQ performance festival..
OUT LIKE THAT! 2017
The only LGBTQ performance series in the Bronx, Out Like That! celebrates 17 years of queer performance by artists from the Bronx and beyond. This year, BAAD! Muse artist in residence Richard Rivera premieres new work made at BAAD! and through a residency at Gibney Dance.
"After 14 years in Hunts Point, where he [Arthur Aviles] and Charles Rice-Gonzalez, a fellow founder, were at the vanguard of a migration of artists who reinvigorated the area, the group was priced out of its space in the historicBanknote Building. Without missing a beat, it landed in an even more historic location last year, a Gothic Revival stone chapel on the grounds ofSt. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Westchester Square." - DAVID GONZALEZ, NYTIMES
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A BAAD! TAKE ON WOMEN'S MONTH
For 16 years now, the Bronx Academy of Arts & Dance (BAAD!) has celebrated Women’s History Month with its annual BAAD! Ass Women Festival. - ISABEL ANGELL, RIVERDALE PRESS
GET TOUGH! GET BAAD!
GET TOUGH, GET BAAD! is an annual series of films and events celebrating queer power, diversity, defiance, strength and visibility. The series presents narrative films that are empowering to the LGBTQ community that feature queer, people of color as the lead protagonists and events that celebrate queer strength and value.
BLAKTINX PERFORMANCE SERIES 2017
This annual multidisciplinary festival celebrates art and performance by African American, Latino, and artists of color.
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THE THREE FACES OF FANA
The experience continues once you enter the space: part church, part party place, part offices and sectioned off by shimmering strands that form a curtain—part performance space.