Tuesday, January 22, 2013
The Uncomfortable Zones Of Fun, December 16, 2011
Recorded at Temescal Art Center, Oakland, California.
The last performance of the year was an example of how nobody knows what a performance is doing. The audience doesn’t know how deep the experience can be if everybody is willing to play together deeper than the normal reasonable world allows. So they get filled up at the performance because a lot happens at the performance that doesn’t happen at the normal night out entertainment. But we performers know how deep it could get. So when it doesn’t go there, it feels to us like nothing much happened. I know I keep saying DON’T HAVE PICTURES! But…
So the performance was one of those! And at the end of the night, Linda, Erika and I danced erotic together nude just to get juicy sweaty rubbing reality, suck it all up so to subvert the surface social limits. Sometimes you just have to do that to make it all worthwhile! Then I came up with ideas how to punk up the flier to make it more scary!
Then on THE HUFFINGTON POST, we read a review of the performance saying how life supporting, uplifting, etc it was! Who am I to argue?
Posted by Michael LaBash at 5:08 PM
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