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"WHO LOVES YOU, BABY?"

cabaret & variety · directed by taylor negron written by hunter nelson · Ages 18+ · one person show · United States
Like Hermes returning from the underworld, Telly Savalas is back. Featuring the songs that the real Telly Savalas actually sang in the 70's (or often spoke), "Who Loves You, Baby?" is a stern warning to the bed-headed, 20/30-somethings of today to recapture the lost art of romance and manhood.
Like Hermes returning from the underworld, Telly Savalas is back. Featuring the songs that the real Telly Savalas actually sang in the 70's (or often spoke), "Who Loves You, Baby?" is a stern warning to the bed-headed, 20/30-somethings of today to recapture the lost art of romance and manhood.

LIVES OF OUR TIMES

dance & physical theatre · lace theater/la danserie · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States
“Lives of Our Times” uses dance, spoken word, live music and moving paintings to juxtapose two views on life before and after. “automatRon” is a dance experiment set in a post-apocalyptic world, while “Rockaway Beach, or so I Recall” is a highly-personal, maybe-true tale of 1960s summers, and more.
“Lives of Our Times” uses dance, spoken word, live music and moving paintings to juxtapose two views on life before and after. “automatRon” is a dance experiment set in a post-apocalyptic world, while “Rockaway Beach, or so I Recall” is a highly-personal, maybe-true tale of 1960s summers, and more.