Sundays on Broadway and guest curator Adrienne Truscott present an evening of performance by Mike Albo, Christen Clifford, and Magda San Millan.
Mike Albo‘s performances are a combination of characters, monologue and standup, using comedy as social critique. He will present current and in progress work that addresses our obsessions and anxieties of the moment.
Christen Clifford (“Provocative, humorous and potent”- Hyperallergic) presents an excerpt from Cancer: A Love Story, her first solo show in ten years. “In March 2016, in the midst of the political sideshow that has transformed our culture, I was diagnosed with ovarian and uterine cancers. I knew that I couldn’t fuck or drink my way through this so I documented everything.” Cancer: A Love Story is a show about rape, illness and the crazy things we do to heal ourselves. Directed by Lucy Sexton.
Magda San Millan presents The Cock Painter. She paints life-size images of men being devoured by their own penises, based on classical masterpieces. This solo-show uses stand-up comedy, dream analysis, the studio visit format, and psychoanalysis to elaborate on human stench, sexuality, and sadness.
537 Broadway, #3
All events begin at 6:00 pm – doors open at 5:45 pm.
No reservations. No late seating.
$10 suggested contribution.
Keep in mind, this is a small space. Please arrive on time out of courtesy to the artists.
Mike Albo is a writer and performer who lives and works in New York City. His solo shows include Spermhood: diary of a Donor and The Junket, which appeared Off Broadway in 2014. He has performed across the country and internationally, and is the author of two novels, Hornito and The Underminer. He is also a member of the long-running comedy trio, Unitard, now in residence at Joe’s Pub. mikealbo.net, Instagram and Twitter: @albomike
Christen Clifford is a feminist performance artist whose work has been shown at The New Museum, ArtShareLA, Vox Populi, Dixon Place, The Culture Project, SoloNova @ PS 122, Westbeth, PPL, EFA, and PES. Her work has been written about in Art in America, Artforum, The New York Times/Women in the World, Nylon, Dazed, Refinery 29, and Hyperallergic; she is the recipient of a NYFA and a NYSCA. She has two children and lives with her partner in Queens and online @cd_clifford. This is her first solo show in ten years.
Magda San Millan is a performing artist who makes original work that romances many genres: dance, theater, visual art, seminar, stand up comedy and punk highbrow experience. She received an Independence Fellowship in 2017 for her Fringe Festival show: feral wild girl child. For more info visit: www.magdasanmillan.com
Photos L to R: Christen Clifford by Will Sweeney; Magda San Millan by John C. Hawthorne; Mike Albo by Ali Levin Photography
Sundays on Broadway is made possible in part with public funds from Creative Engagement, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and administered by LMCC.
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