Kick off your Pride season right with the Femme Show at Re/Dress!
Please help spread the word about our NEW LOCATION for our first-ever Brooklyn show. We hope to see you there!
The Femme Show at Re/Dress
Saturday, June 5, 10:00 PM
The Femme Show comes to Re/Dress NYC with their unique blend of dance, spoken word, drag, burlesque and performance art from award winning artists. This is queer art for queer people, with a variety of diverse perspectives on femme identity that can be thoughtful, sad, funny, sexy, and fun. Special guests Lola Dean and Cheryl B. join us.
NOTE NEW LOCATION and TIME!
Please help spread the word about our new location and time! 109 Boerum Place, Brooklyn NYC
Transportation: F or G train to Bergen Street
Tickets $8-15 sliding scale at the door. No one turned away.
Re/Dress NYC is a curvy shopper’s dream come true! This lovely little shop is a premiere vintage & resale clothing boutique specializing in sizes 14 and up (vintage 10 + up). Fashions from Re/Dress NYC have been seen in the NYTimes Style Section, Italian Vogue’s Curvy Blog, Bust Magazine, Plus Model Magazine and more. Open Sun – Wed from 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm and Thurs – Sat from 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm, Re/Dress NYC is the perfect place to buy and sell goodies for your wardrobe.
We also want to alert you to the fabulousness that is the Sex Worker Cabaret, happening the next day. details are after the jump.
On June 6th in NYC, Sex Workers Take the Stage for the Sex Worker Cabaret
SEX WORKERS TAKE THE STAGE FOR THE SEX WORKER CABARET
Sunday, June 6, 2010
Performances: 7:30pm to 10pm
Tickets at the door: $10 – $20 sliding scale (Ages: 21+)
Slipper Room, 167 Orchard Street, New York, NY
New York, NY – Sex workers take the stage to tell their diverse stories through burlesque, comedy, narrative, contortion, aerial performance, and more. Producers Sarah Jenny and Rachel Grinstein are proud to present an evening cabaret showcasing some of the most vibrant creative talent in the sex worker community. The cabaret is in homage to Annie Oakley’s Sex Workers Art Show (1997-2009) and will take place during LGBTQ Pride month, a time to reflect on the importance of community. Come bare witness as sex workers eloquently, and at times raunchily, speak their truths.