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An Evening with Mario Montez, Drag Superstar

The NYU Tisch Department of Performance Studies Lecture Forum Presents:

An Evening With MARIO MONTEZ

the great drag Superstar who reigned over the New York Underground film and theater scene from the early 1960s until the mid-1970s.

Not be missed.

Mario Montez and Marc Siegel

in conversation with Ela Troyano and Lola Pashalinski

TUESDAY APRIL 6TH
7 to 8:30PM

FREE.

34 Stuyvesant Street
The Barney Building
Einstein Auditorium
New York City

SEATING IS LIMITED AND IS ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS. PLEASE ARRIVE EARLY.

Please join us for a reception after the talk on the 6th floor loft space!

Co-Sponsored by the following NYU entities:
Department of Social and Cultural Analysis: Latino Studies
Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics
Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality
Cinema Studies
The Humanities Initiative
Steinhardt School, Department of Art and Arts Professions

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