The 2nd Annual Gay Show
2022 Odyssey Studios (supported by City of Dallas OAC)
Have you ever wondered what a night out is like for QTBIPOC person? The 2nd Annual Gay Show guides us through that journey! S.A.G.S. is the second addition to the Gay Show family where we dismantle and recreate and reinvigorate queer nightlife. A safe space, a sexxxy place, and a brave space for queer people of the global majority to share themselves in community with each other and we all get to live out our dreams of liberation on the dance floor for at least one night!
it's my party, and u can cry if u want to
2021 Arts Mission Oak Cliff Arist-In-Residence
it's my party, and u can cry if u want to is a community remembering, reliving, and reimagining of gatherings from our past, present, and hopeful future. In this interactive and experiential dance theatre performance the audience is invited to share a memory, join a dance, cry, laugh, and cry again with us, as we all ask: who do we share our lives with and why.
To learn more about our time in residence at Arts Mission
visit our archival page here!
AT&T PAC's Elevator Project 2021
TENANTS/TENETS is a futurist dance theatre experiment that changes in each instance! With the aid of technology the ants (the performers) and the tenants (that's you!) generate a brand new society each night! Through heavy focus on an interview based devising process, which the audience also engages in, TENANTS/TENETS builds a world where the needs, wants, and dreams of Queer and Trans People of Color lie at the center.
2020 Festival of Independent Theatres
Plant Mom is a non-story about a woman at home, alone, with her plants. Plant Mom explores feelings of isolation, loneliness, distance, and longing for connection. The question remains unanswered: are these feelings really new, or have we been avoiding them all along?
Plant Mom is available for viewing in full for free!
The 1st Annual Gay Show
2019 Festival of Independent Theatres
The 1st Annual Gay Show is a spectacle filled piece of verbatim dance theatre that both pulls directly from and abstracts the format of a traditional southern beauty pageant while dissecting the ideas of queer visibility, diversity and inclusion, and the role that outward vanity plays in the queer identity.
The 1st Annual Gay Show pushes past the surface level of simply including trans and queer people of color and instead brings their stories, and unique experiences, to center stage and pulls back the curtain (puns intended) to reveal the nasty truth behind the smiles, the glitz, and the glamour.