www.ladybosproductions.com The Cafe at the Arts at the Armory
191 Highland Avenue
Alcohol, Art, Lectures & Conferences, Performing Arts, Social Good
Lady BOS Productions presents SHOW + TELL: a REALLY open mic, in support of ...that’s what she said. Join us for a Sunday Funday filled with a variety of performances by local femme poets, musicians, dancers, and comedians. Following each act, performers will open up in a discussion facilitated by Luke Condon, of Town Meeting, the Town Meeting Podcast, and the Arguments with My Teenage Daughter Podcast. The father of a teen female musician, Luke will ask each leading lady about their creative process as well as their creative journey as a female identifying artist, posed from the perspective of a man raising a female artist. Hosted in the extremely cozy Cafe at the Arts at the Armory, you can eat, drink and be merry post-holidaze all in the name of art!
All donations from this event will be paid out to the artists performing during the afternoon. Merchandise sales will support ...that’s what she said, an all-femme run production that provides support to female and femme-identifying dance makers through peer-mentored critical response workshops, community outreach programs, and performance opportunities. This project includes a series of interdisciplinary, intergenerational events and workshops running from December 2018-March 2019, with a culminating performance on March 30, 2019 at the Boston University Dance Theater featuring Reina Gold, Jennifer Lin & IJ Chan, GeeGee Louise, Jenna Pollack, Nailah Randall-Bellinger, Nattie Trogdon, and Kristin Wagner.
$5 suggested donation.