Saturday, November 5
At the LGBT Center

Man Question is thrilled to have partnered with New York City's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center to produce the 4th New Masculinities Festival, in New York City on Saturday, November 5, 2016!

RE-PERFORMING MANHOOD

At the New Masculinities Festival, we examine the impact of expectations of masculinity on people's lives and imagine new possibilities for gender expression. We use the power of theatre, dance, poetry, spoken word, performance art, and dialogue to challenge thinking and transport participants to new worlds and perspectives.

2016 Festival Highlights

Video to come!

2016 Festival Schedule

Saturday, November 5
At the LGBT Community Center
208 W 13 St, New York, NY

3:30-4:00 Doors

4:00-5:30 Set One

10 Hairy Legs - Bud
Kevin Hershey - Queering Cancer
C Bain - Debridement / Real Men
Ben Barry - Refashioning Masculinity
Robb Leigh DavisMy Fellow Americans
Keith Johnston (dir) - Regret

5:30-6:00 Dialogue

6:00-7:00 Break

Photography and Text Projection: AntiPatriarchal Masculinity - Joshua Sugiyama (see photos)

7:00-8:30 Set Two

Joseph Davis - What’s your favorite color
Sidney Grant and Claudio Vidal - Temptation Tango (see them pictured in the New York Times)
Sine Rofofsky - Metamorphosis
David Linton - What’s With the Men in Menstruation?
Select pieces from a men's prison theatre program

8:30-9:00 Dialogue

9-9:55 Mingle and Goodbye



past New Masculinities Festivals

Our first Festival took place on September 8, 2012 and featured "Saving Seneka," an original play by inmates at Garner Correctional Institution, directed by Keith Johnston, Artistic Director of the American Theatre of Harlem.  The other performers filled the historic Judson Memorial Church's meeting hall with dance, song, theatre, and unbridled giggles.  Friends and family filled Judon's buffet with delicious home-made food.  We ended with thirty minutes of dialog, which centered around the courage to dance.