LCT3 Announces 6 Post-Show Events for PLOT POINTS IN OUR SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT:

3 LGBTQ+ SINGLES NIGHTS
&
3 MODERATED CONVERSATIONS

LCT3/Lincoln Center Theater has announced that it will host a number of special events in conjunction with its production of PLOT POINTS IN OUR SEXUAL DEVELOPMENT. The events, each curated with Ianne Fields Stewart and hosted at the Claire Tow Theater, will include 3 LGBTQ+ Singles Nights on Sunday, October 28th; Sunday, November 4th; and Sunday, November 11th; and 3 Post-Show Conversations on Thursday, November 1st; Thursday, November 8th; and Monday, November 12th. All events held post-show are free to ticket-holders for that evening’s performance.
 

Post-Show LGBTQ+ Singles Nights

 

Sunday, October 28th

Under the Covers

Have you ever asked a total stranger “What does pleasure look like to you?”  That’s exactly what audience members at Under the Covers will be encouraged to do: mingle, meet a stranger, take a polaroid, and share an intimate conversation in hopes of forming new connections.

Hosted by Sọma Okoye and Bianca Rogoff [both She/Her/Hers], Co-Founders of Under the CoversProject.

Under the Covers Project is a collective of artists unveiling and subverting the stigma that surrounds sex, sexuality, and pleasure through varying creative mediums. It’s a collaboration that reflects a diverse range of backgrounds and perspectives through the exploration of identity.

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Sunday, November 4th

Dear Baby Maybe: Letters To My Younger Self

What would you say to your younger self if you had the chance?  Would you tell them about the struggles and monumental events that lie ahead, or just provide them with wisdom in hopes that it will guide them in the right direction?  Do you think they’d like who you are today? Audience members will be given the opportunity to lay everything out on the table, and explore the possibilities of what they would say to themselves if given that chance.

Hosted by Maybe Burke [They/Them/Theirs]

Maybe Burke is a New York based performer, writer, director, choreographer, educator, and trans advocate interested in telling the stories that haven't been told. They are excited by new material that can honestly and realistically portray marginalized groups of people. They have worked with Joe's Pub, Cherry Lane Theatre, Ars Nova, HERE Arts Center, New Dramatists, The NYC LGBTQ Center, The Flea, The Duplex, and more. Maybe is a co-curator of the Trans Theatre Festival at The Brick and a directing fellow for the first Trans Lab cohort in 2018.

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Sunday, November 11th

Drink & Draw

How do YOU see yourself in others?  Audience members will be given the opportunity, with a drink in hand, to dig deep into their creative pockets, and use visual art to explore the faces, figures, and feelings of how they see themselves in others.

Hosted by Basit [They/Them/Theirs]

Basit (Dionne Slay) is an elusive chanteuse, drag artist, and activist based in Brooklyn. Basit is a multifaceted performer, and was most recently seen on tour in the European company of Hair. Basit’s drag persona, Dionne Slay, has made it her mission to honor and celebrate the black women who have deeply inspired her, and she performs live music and dance in various venues throughout NYC. Dionne was featured in the annual drag festival Bushwig in Brooklyn last year, and in July, she performed her solo show debut at Dixon Place. “Tens Across the Board” was Dionne’s love letter and tribute show to Tina Turner, Etta James, and Nina Simone. 

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Post-Show Conversations

 

Thursday, November 1st; Thursday, November 8th; and Monday, November 12th

What do love and intimacy look like to you? How do you think your views match up to others?  Here’s your chance to find out. Join Ianne Fields Stewart as they guide us through private conversations with real-life couples sharing exactly what these themes mean to them.

Moderated by Ianne Fields Stewart [They/Them/Theirs]

Ianne Fields Stewart is a black, queer, and transfeminine storyteller working at the intersection of theater and activism — including in the realm of community engagement for theater. Recently, they led conversations following Dael Orlandersmith’s Until the Flood at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater and Antoinette Nwandu’s Pass Over at LCT3.