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Premiere of THE HOLLYWOOD ADRIANA at DIXON PLACE

Description: TADEUSZ VON MOLTKE announces the Premiere of THE HOLLYWOOD ADRIANA at DIXON PLACE in THE
LOUNGE, opening the 2018 RAINBOWS ACROSS THE DIASPORA, THE QUEER TEXT READING SERIES
WHEN:
7:30 PM Tuesday, January 23, 2018: ONE NIGHT ONLY
WHERE:
Dixon Place, in The Lounge
161A Chrystie Street NYC
ADMISSION: Free


RESERVATIONS: http://dixonplace.org/performances/qt-rainbows-across-the-diaspora-2018-01-23/
TADEUSZ VON MOLTKE (NBC’s THE BLACKLIST; DJ Khaled/Jay Z’s video “I Got The Keys”;
SAMSUNG/PUNCHDRUNK Virtual Reality Project) opens the 2018 season of RAINBOWS ACROSS THE
DIASPORA, THE QUEER TEXT READING SERIES, presenting the first public performance of selections from
THE HOLLYWOOD ADRIANA: A Cautionary Tale of Damaged Good.
THE HOLLYWOOD ADRIANA , an experimental form of writing that TADEUSZ VON MOLTKE calls
“Dimensional Fiction”, is a poetic novella designed to be performed. A tragi-comedy in a kaleidoscope
of styles - prose, poetry, screenplay, opera libretto - THE HOLLYWOOD ADRIANA is a modern-day story
of obsession, sex, love, murder, innocence lost, and catharsis. Silent film, ballet, and opera all converge
in a surreal world populated by the present-day protagonists, with surprise visits from Sarah Bernhardt,
Ramon Novarro, Rosa Ponselle, Hector Berlioz, hustlers, drag queens, and altar boys.
In a stroke of curatorial genius, Phillip J. Ammonds has engaged brilliant and provocative artist/activist
LINDA LABEIJA to share the programme with TADEUSZ VON MOLTKE, and present her most recent work.
The lounge at Dixon Place is most certainly THE place to be on the evening of January 23rd!
ABOUT: RAINBOWS ACROSS THE DIASPORA, THE QUEER TEXT READING SERIES
A poetic and cultural journey curated by Phillip J. Ammonds (Trinity Rayn, The Drag Poet), RAINBOWS
ACROSS THE DIASPORA is a thrice-yearly DIXON PLACE special event which explores the rich lives of the
LGBTQ community and their literary works.
ABOUT: DIXON PLACE
An artistic incubator since 1986, DIXON PLACE is a Bessie and Obie Award-winning non-profit institution;
a leader in the field, committed to supporting the creative process by presenting original works of
theatre, dance, music, puppetry, circus arts, literature, and visual art, at all stages
Date: Tuesday, January 23, 2018
Time: 7:30pm-10:30pm EST
Duration: 3 hours
Priority: 5-Medium
Access: Public
Created by: Public Access ( by DEFAULT ADMINISTRATOR )
Updated: Sunday, January 7, 2018 9:02pm GMT