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Queer Rican Performance: an evening with Ignacio Rivera & Awilda Rodriguez Lora

Queer Rican PerformanceQUEER RICAN PERFORMANCE

an evening with Ignacio Rivera and Awilda Rodriguez Lora

November 15, Monday
6 to 8 pm

NYU Kimmel Center
60 Washington Square South
Room 802

Presented by the NYU Office of LGBT Student Services’ Storytelling and Performance Series

For more information: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=157347347637869

Join Puerto Rican performers Ignacio Rivera and Awilda Rodriguez Lora as they celebrate Trans Awareness Week and Latino Heritage Month at NYU!

Dancer
by Ignacio Rivera

Solo performance about sex work, colonialism and gender identity.

IGNACIO RIVERA is a queer, gender fluid, trans-entity, Black Boricua performance artist who performs skits, spoken word, one-person shows through intentional storytelling. Ignacio is also a lecturer, activist, new filmmaker and self-proclaimed sex educator.

I wanted to be a cheerleader but my cuntry didn’t have it
by Awilda Rodriguez Lora

A multimedia solo performance about identity, family and intimacy.

AWILDA RODRIGUEZ LORA is a dancer, performer, producer, activist, yogi, lover and traveler who has been performing and creating her own work for over 10 years. She has collaborated with Darell Jones, Tim Miller, Kortney Ryan Ziegler, Baraka de Soleil and others.

For more information, please contact the Office of LGBT Student Services at 212-998-4424.

Co-sponsored by:
Latino Heritage Month
Trans Awareness Week
Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality
Office of LGBT Student Services clubs: BodyQueer, Campgrrl, T-Party

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