NEW YORK - FRIDAY, FEB 15TH - Join The Head Doctor in a bold display of Sex Education Theater inside the Nuyorican Cafe in New York's Alphabet City on the Eve of Valentine's About the Show: Jessica Holter's The Head Doctor Show is an interactive, poetry based, erotic cabaret show replete with music, dance and comedy. As seen on HBO, The Punany Poets create intimate settings for lovers, singles and friends to explore their ideas, thoughts and fantasies about love, relationships and sexuality in the age of HIV/AIDS. The evening begins with The Head Doctor's Question & Answer Exchange (30 minutes) and then moves seamlessly into a 90-minute performance of The Head Doctor Show, that is all at once fantastic and familiar, at times inviting audience members to become part of the act. The Head Doctor takes the audience on an emotional roller coaster ride of fantasy and pleasure that explores human sexuality, touching on issues of romance, dating, poverty, prostitution, marriage and sex in the age of HIV/AIDS all while keeping it sexy and without being preachy or judgmental. The show is humorous, sexy, witty, wise and unforgettable.
A night of of beautiful women & their beautiful art under one roof. So much sugar!! Hosted by Mahogany Browne
A Night of poetry, song, dance w/the fiercest women in the land!
The Real Colored Girls Think Tank Session is an opportunity to discuss womanhood and color, primarily in the media and how such images define our society and ourselves. Special guests include: Queen Godis Eagle Nebula Shanelle Gabriel NileGodess Rachel Eliza Griffith Falu DJ Reborn And More! Note: These are women active in the community. These are women that teach, entertain and fellowship with other women. There will be a movie Screening beforehand at Loews 34th St. theater. @ 6:10 PM. Discussion will follow directly after @ Urban Word NYC -- 8:30 PM SPACE IS LIMITED! WE ARE ONLY TAKING 25 RSVP. EMAIL email@example.com if you're interested! Real Colored Girls Mission Statement: The mission of RCG is to address representations of black women in media, to challenge the means by which these images are created, and to question how these representations impact our ability to “dream ourselves differently” from the racist fantasies the dominant culture disseminates about us.
Manager: Jive Poetic
Bio: Cave Canem Fellow; Editor of His Rib: Stories, Poems & Essays by HER; author of Unlikely & Other Sorts; co-founder of the Off Broadway poetry production, Jam On It; co-producer of SoundBites Poetry Festival; writing workshop facilitator; owner of PoetCD.Com; and host/curator of the Nuyorican Poet...See Full Bio
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