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OUT LIKE THAT! 2018
ANTONIO RAMOS/ANTONIO & THE GANGBANGERS
LAS QUE NO SON BELLAS SON HERMOSAS
(THOSE WHO AREN'T BEAUTIFUL ARE GORGEOUS)
THURSDAY, JUNE 14 | 8PM
FRIDAY, JUNE 15 | 8PM
The deliciously daring Antonio Ramos presents an evening of new work titled Las Que No Son Bellas son Hermosas (Those Who Aren’t Beautiful are Gorgeous). Ramos dances along with Saul Ulerio, Awilda Rodriguez-Lora, Marielys Burgos, and Sarah White-Ayón who infuse power and verve into his signature movement vocabulary that throb with Latinx cultural themes. Ramos is BAAD!’s 2018 Artist-in-Resident which received support from the Mertz Gilmore Foundation.
DANCE YOUR FUTURE: ARTIST & MENTOR COLLABORATIVE RESIDENCY 2018 (5TH ANNUAL)
PRESENTED BY PEPATIÁN AND BAAD!
SATURDAY, JUNE 30 | 8PM
Please meet the artists who have been selected to participate in the Dance Your Future 2018 residency! A unique collaboration between the non-profit organization Pepatian with its long-standing (fabulous) collaborator BAAD!, we are pleased to introduce the artists in this fifth annual residency project. Each artist receives rehearsal space, invaluable mentorship support, and other professional development opportunities in the Boogie-Down. Artists were selected in a competitive process by Arthur Aviles, Christal Brown, and Alicia Diaz. Enjoy the preview! And please come back to the November 2018 final performances - all happening at BAAD! pepatian.org.
SATURDAY, JUNE 9 | 8PM
Through the beauty, daring and grace of dance, this shared bill of choreographers express their strength and pride with work by Germaul Barnes, Kharis Collins, Filip A. Condeescu, Amada Dominguez, Elena Valls, and Alicia Raquel.
BLAQ AND BAAD! WEB SHOW
MONDAY, JUNE 25 | 7PM
BLAQ and BAAD! is a new web show focused on queer culture of The Bronx. It's The View meets The Tonight Show with a (BAAD!) twist. A panel of LGBTQ members meet to discuss current events, culture, and creativity in our city with special performances by local QPOC in front of a live studio audience. Co-hosted by Rosaly Ruiz and Whitney Dav-Rho.
OUT ON FILM!
PRESENTED BY DANCE FILMS ASSOCIATION AND BAAD!
SATURDAY, JUNE 16 | 8PM
DFA teams up with BAAD! The Bronx Academy of Arts & Dance for a free outdoor screening of LGBTQ-themed dance films during
OUT LIKE THAT, the Bronx's only LGBTQ performing arts festival. DFA and BAAD! have enjoyed co-presenting dance film nights several times in the past decade, and launched our first joint open air screening in 2017. We look forward to presenting thought-provoking, sexy/sensual dance films especially curated by
BAAD’s own Arthur Aviles and Joseph Hall with Marta Renzi of DFA. Filmmakers in attendance include: Winnie Cheung, Jasmine Hearn, Jason Rodriguez, and Rami Shafi.
TUESDAY, JUNE 26 | 7PM
MOTT HAVEN BAR & GRILL
1 BRUCKNER BLVD
BRONX, NY 10454
This closing event features actors, movement artists and writers whose dynamic performances are sure to move you. With Michael Michelle Lynch as our emcee and performances by Zave Martohardjono, Sparklez Catiriana Reyes, Tamara Williams, and Kit Yan.
LAWRENCE GOLDHUBER | ERICK MONTES
FRIDAY, JUNE 22 | 8PM
Performed by Gus Solomons, Jr. and Alexandra Montalbano, Lawrence Golhuber's "Apple v. Orange (Part 1)" asks "What has happened to us? There are no more resolutions to our conflicts...Age v Beauty? Rep. v Dem.? Find it in 'Apple v Orange'!
“OTHERWISE” was born out of Erick's personal urgency to find truth in his own body, and how this truthfulness could be translated with integrity and authenticity to other bodies. The work shaped its own structure with the creation of space within the space with intrinsic paths, traffic patterns and sudden tabloids, that throughout a meditative routine feed a larger canvas which resembles our human interactions on a daily basis. The choreography taps into socio-cultural topics by coincidences with subtle humorous commentaries and sparks of parody in defiance against normativity and uniformity in these times of crisis and uncertainty.
SUNDAY, JUNE 3 | 6PM
BOOGIE DOWN GRIND CAFE
866 HUNTS POINT AVE
BRONX, NY 10474
Join us for a night of music and movement with innovative and provocative performers. Mia Kang serenades us with music, x rance and NIC Kay moves us with performance art, and Red Rafa revs us up with rap.
PIONEERS GO EAST COLLECTIVE | SENTELL HARPER
FRIDAY, JUNE 8 | 8PM
Pioneers Go East Collect perform Gemini Stars + Virgo Cowboy, two interdisciplinary performances part of Queer Signs: LGBTQ+ stories IRL – a performance platform examining stories from the LGBTQ+ community. The works are created by the ensemble Pioneers Go East Collective, written by Gian Marco LoForte in collaboration with choreographer/performer Daniel Diaz, and designed by Bessie recipient Philip Treviño, and sound designer Hao Bai.
Sentell Harper is known for his solo performance works that explore Black queer identities. He is an actor and playwright who recently had his one man show Seek and Ye Shall Find premiere in New York City off broadway at the United Solo Festival. Sentell is the recipient of the 2014 United Solo Festival’s Emerging Actor award.