JOTALOGUES: Talking Taboo in the LGBTQAI—U!
Written by Adelina Anthony with D’Lo
Performed by Adelina Anthony & D’Lo
Directed by Mark Valdez
Thursday Sept. 1, 2011
Friday Sept. 2, 2011
Saturday Sept. 3, 2011
all shows start at 8pm
$10 (Tickets are available at www.allgo.org and will also be available at the door)
600 River St
Adelina Anthony has conceived: JOTALOGUES: Talking Taboo in the LGBTQAI-U! a performance piece that tackles our multiple intersections from a pan-ethnic, pan-generational, and pan-sexual viewpoint. As our communities continue to face deep crisis, JOTALOGUES gives voice to the most marginalized—and its not your typical queers. In this show, Adelina and D’Lo, enact zany characterizations to explore the effects of non-regulated human impact and destruction on our planet. Tackling the familiar tropes of racism, sexism, and homophobia, Anthony and D’Lo’s us their signature comedic chops to give us fresh insights into a very special “underground” world. The workshop production premiering in Austin is largely based on the first workshop production directed by Mark Valdez. The play is written by Adelina Anthony (w/D’Lo) and features Adelina Anthony and D’Lo as performers.
Adelina Anthony and D’Lo are groundbreaking queer artists of color working as multi-disciplinary artists whose theater/performance presentations have garnered numerous awards, nominations, and critical attention.