This multimedia theater piece, conceived and produced by Canadian-American company AnimalParts, racked up some buzz, thanks to the sexily disturbing music video for "Superman Glasses/Kill the Straights" by Popinjay. The queer shock rapper, played by AnimalParts' Anthony Johnston, is just one of the characters in this show about a mourning man's introspective journey in the wake of his sister's death.Read more
"A Buried Past, Forgotten Stories: The Sexual Underground of the Meatpacking District Before Gentrification"
Photographer Efrain John Gonzalez shares images documenting the days when the Meatpacking District was truly the city's Wild West at this discussion and slide show. Gonzalez's photos will be on view at the BGSQD through May 31. Arrive early for a reception starting at 6pm.Read more
The incredibly vicious and relentlessly hilarious trio of Mike Albo, Nora Burns and David Ilku returns with a new show vivisecting modern nuisances from pop-up shops and TED Talks to Instagram and Scruff. These guys return to the NYC stage all too rarely, so don't miss this brief run.Read more
Sabrina Chap hosts this showcase in which LGBT artists share their not-quite-finished projects. Participants at this edition are Bevin Branlandingham, Caleb D. Kruzel, Candy Feit and Sarah Kilborne.Read more
Brooklyn indie-pop outfit AVAN LAVA's high-energy gigs include choreographed dance routines and trippy light shows. The band headlines a bill that includes queer indie rapper Cakes Da Killa and hipster-approved DJ duo the Golden Pony. Come prepared to do some serious dancing.Read more