THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION OF GOGO GADGET
TUESDAYS, JUNE 14 & WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29 | 8PM
This evening-length voyage delves towards a deeper understanding and visceral feeling of beauty told through monologue, dance, projections, storytelling, humor, and vulnerable exposure
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22 | 7:30PM
Fourth Arts Block (FABNYC) partners with BAAD! for the Summer Dance Block Salon 2016! A collection of works-in-progress, this Dance Block Salon is also part of BAAD!’s OUT LIKE THAT! Festival and includes a mixed-format feedback session at the end of the evening.
FRIDAY, JUNE 10 | 8PM
From fluid movement to mind-stirring performance choreographers Alberto Cortes, William Ervin, Erick Montes and Yon Tande offer journeys into queer masculinities and other spaces.
HOW TO APPLY: WRITING AN ARTIST STATEMENT FOR YOUR PROPOSAL
THURSDAY, JUNE 9 | 6PM
Join us for a “How To Apply” session for the Arts Fund Grant (DCLA). This session will be followed by a Professional Development workshop with 2016 BCA Grantee Sajata Epps for Writing and Artist Statement for your proposal.
THURSDAY, JUNE 16 | 5PM
2474 Westchester Avenue, Bronx, NY 10461 718-918-2110
Home of Arthur Aviles Typical Theatre and The Bronx Dance Coalition
FILIP A. CONDEESCU
...the blockage WILL be killerized...
SATURDAY, JUNE 18 | 8PM
…tbWbk… is a full evening of contemporary dance works that is as much about a strayed artist’s homecoming, as it is a collection of danced stories of breaking through blockages and “stuck-ages” through will-power, hope, love, and the unbound potential of compassion and companionship.
WHAT YOU SEE AIN'T ALWAYS WHAT YOU GET
FRIDAY, JUNE 17 | 8PM
Young, vibrant, challenging choreographers Anthony Williams, Anthony Wash Rosado, and Johnnie 'Cruise' Mercer share the stage with BAAD!’s Arthur Avilés (who put a solo on dancer Jonathan González) in a sassy, sexy and thematically charged evening of short works.
THE KJC PROJECT
SUNDAY, JUNE 4 | 8PM
Choreographer Kharis Collins sheds light on the trials and triumphs of a colorful life in the premiere of new work about love, self-worth, and empowerment.
FULLY ALIVE: LESBIAN WRITERS AND THEIR PATHS TO PUBLICATION
TUESDAY, JUNE 7 | 7PM
Celebrated writers Sarah Schulman and Alexis De Veaux share space with emerging writers Divya Sood and Meriam Rodriguez to read work, discuss their paths to publishing and discuss why they tell the stories they write.
SATURDAY, JUNE 11 | 8PM
Through the beauty, daring and grace of dance, this shared bill of choreographers express their strength and pride with work by Michael Bishop, Alexandra Bodnarchuk, Jessica Danser, Shiloh Hodges, Cain Coleman and Chazz Giovanni Bruce, Daví and Randy Reyes.
MALA MALA HOSTED BY BARBRA HERR
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15 | 8PM
Directed by Antonio Santini and Dan Sickles, this documentary is about the power of transformation told through the eyes of 9 trans-identifying individuals in Puerto Rico.
OUT LIKE THAT! FESTIVAL