The award-winning and highly acclaimed queer Xicana artist, Adelina Anthony, who brought us the hilarious and thought-provoking La Hocicona Series (an epic ride with three sassy and critically engaging femmes-on-stage) will debut her latest solo comedy, MAN UP!?!
Created exclusively for allgo this new show plunges into queer people of color cultural taboos around those ever light-hearted and easy topics she loves to straddle: sexuality, religion, race/ethnicity, gender, gentrification and so much more! It’s a novel examination of macha-butch-boi and other masculine of center topics from a chameleon performer who keeps us enthralled with each new reincarnation on stage. She teams up again with her director of choice for solo comedies, the ultra-talented D’Lo. He directs this latest comedic performance of “Oh no, she didn’t… oh, yes, she did, comadre!” Remember-the real question about our flyer is not: “Is she taking those pants off or putting them on?” It’s where… and there’s only one answer: Austin, Tejas on May 10th, 2013!
Give out Day kicks off tonight at midnight. For 24 hours hundreds of queer organizations will participate in Give Out Day a new national initiative that aims to mobilize thousands of individual donors to support LGBTQ organizations.
Support allgo’s work of envisioning a just and equitable society that celebrates and nurtures vibrant people of color queer cultures.
As a community based organization it is critical that we have the support of our communities to be sustainable and to thrive. It’s in our Hands!
“Sitting in a Saucer”
Saturday, May 4, 2013, 6:00pm-8:00 pm
1104 E. 11th St. Austin, TX 78702
This collection of short stories tells of Mimi, a young Black girl growing up in the suburbs of a Northern city. The performance of “Sittin’ in a Saucer” encourages the audience to experience Mimi’s world as if they are her neighbors and friends. The work evokes memory and family as it reflects on class, race, gender and sexuality. This event is free.
” The Story in the Body”
Sunday, May 5, 2013, 1:00pm-5:00pm
(Location given with confirmed registration)
This workshop is intended for anyone interested in exploring identity, ancestry and writing. No previous writing experience is necessary. Through individual and group movement exercises, workshop participants will generate stories of joy, shame, love and fear. These stories will be combined into a piece of writing that expresses their unique identities.
Dress comfortable. Bring a journal and writing utensil.
Workshop is Free but Pre-registration is required due to space limits.
Pre-register with email@example.com or call 512.472.2001 ext 102
Dr. Omi Osun Joni L. Jones is an artist/scholar who creates art for social change. Dr. Jones has most recently been collaborating with 3 Jazz Collective in making work that imagines spoken word as an instrument in the ensemble. She is co-editor of Experiments in a Jazz Aesthetic: Art, Activism, Academia and the Austin Project,and is an Associate Professor in the African and African Diaspora Studies Department at the University of Texas.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
512.472.2001 ext 102
Interested in helping raise money for allgo in a fun and active way? Consider joining Team allgo in the Hill Country Ride for AIDS! Click here to register. Click on join team. Or make your donation to the allgo team and help us meet our goal.
The Hill Country Ride for AIDS is an annual cycling and running event in beautiful Central Texas, starting and ending at Reunion Ranch. On April 27, 2013 riders from all over the state will convene to raise money and take part in this event. Riders, runners and volunteers provide life saving support for thousands of Central Texans living with HIV/AIDS by raising money for 10 local nonprofit organizations. allgo is one of the beneficiaries of the ride.
It’s a ride & run, not a race. All levels are welcomed and celebrated. You choose the distance that best suits you: Ride 13, 27, 53, 70, 100 miles or Run 5K, 10K, 1/2 marathon. All routes are fully supported with helpful volunteers.
Come on let’s do it. It is Crazy. Good.