Traveling through the fractured American landscape, looming vibrations push the ground up and the cosmos down as our community-turned-cabal explores terror, tectonic shifts, psychedelic self-harm and toxic monuments. Through the lens of a thriller, our cell flows through domestic borders, mingles with the extraterrestrial and unpacks landlocked limitations through discursive research, experiments in moving image, experiential installation, and absurd rigorous ensemble development.
Please note: March 19-28, 2020, Only on Thursdays through Saturdays at 8pm.
Performers: Leslie Cuyjet, Miriam Gabriel, Angie Pittman, Jessie Young.
Good Day God Damn began its development as part of a Creative Residency at The Chocolate Factory Theater in September 2018, curated by Blaze Ferrer.
Please join us for our first evening of interdisciplinary Art & Performance at The Living Artist, in Woodside, Queens!
Featuring an evening length premiere by Kristi Cole & Guests, and Curation by Shannon Finnell.
Featuring Visual Artists:
Kevin Quiles Bonilla
María del Mar Hernández Gil de Lamadrid
Featuring Additional Performances by:
Rooted in the tradition of fiestas patronales, or town fairs, common in rural villages across Latin America, this unique brass band from Lima, Peru presents traditional, Peruvian music and dance. Their lively performances encourage audience participation and dancing with contagious percussion and vibrant brass and winds. La Patronal members are direct descendants of rural musicians from Peru, and they use this knowledge of folk culture in combination with their formal music studies to preserve their heritage while also bringing it to the present.
Punjabtronix mixes live electronic dance music with Punjabi dhol drums, vocals, stringed instruments, and the hypnotic sounding double flute algoza. Global ambassadors for Indian percussion, the contemporary, classical tabla ensemble Talavya is a leading example of tradition and modernity coming together seamlessly. Created by Indian rhythm maestro Pandit Divyang Vakil, the ensemble revels in the tablas’ hidden potency as a rhythmic and melodic instrument capable of expressing just about anything.
On Saturday, October 3rd, LIC Partnership hosts its 7th Annual LIC Springs! community block festival on Vernon Boulevard between 50th and 46th Ave.
Celebrate Long Island City and enjoy live music, dance and theater performances plus interactive lessons, art & sculpture-making, fitness classes, outdoor dining, pop-up activities, sports games and more. Free and open to all ages. LIC Springs! is thankful to Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer for his support and is a proud partner of DOT Weekend Walks.
To see photos from last year’s event, please visit: licqns.com/licsprings2019album.
Please reach out to please contact our Director of Events, Carla Nicdao, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 718-705-9933 for questions about the event.