Gay City Arts copresents
9 OUNCES: A One-Woman Show
by Anastacia Tolbert
Thu, Dec 15, 2016 at 7pm
Gay City Arts copresents 9 OUNCES: A One-Woman Show by Anastacia Tolbert
General Admission $15-$20 / Students & Seniors $12
9 OUNCES: A One-Woman Show written and performed by Anastacia Tolbert, stars Alice, Luna & Saraphina. Using the audience as mirror, epiphany and diary, three narratives crochet themselves around evolving frames. This unkempt, deribboned braid dangling crooked parts is not to be missed.
This performance explores mature themes, with some nudity. Youth under 16 should be accompanied.
Anastacia Renee' is a queer super-shero of color moonlighting as a writer, performance artist and creative writing workshop facilitator. She has received awards and fellowships from Cave Canem, Hedgebrook, VONA, Jack Straw, Ragdale and Artist Trust. She was recently selected as the 2015-16 Writer-in-Residence at Hugo House, a place for writers in Seattle. Her Chapbook 26, published by Dancing Girl Press, is an abbreviated alphabet expression of the lower and uppercase lives of women and girls. Her poetry, & fiction have been published in Literary Orphans, Bitterzoet, Radius Poetry, Seattle ReviewDuende, Bone Bouquet, Dressing Room Poetry and many more. Recently Anastacia Renee' has been expanding her creative repertoire into the field of visual art, and has exhibited installations surrounding the body as a polarized place of both the private and political. Lately she???s been obsessed with the body's memory and infatuated by myths, fables & imaginary truths.
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About Gay City Arts: Art is the voice, spirit and conscience of every community and is a vital tool for community reflection, dialogue and pride. Through Gay City Arts, Gay City collaborates with local LGBTQ artists to galvanize an audience for queer arts, foster the development of LGBTQ artists and works, and facilitate artistic excellence that is accessible. Gay City Arts is committed to presenting challenging, dynamic and excellent queer art across a wide range of disciplines, including theater, music, dance, film, spoken word, literary and visual arts. Learn more:gaycity.org/arts