FRESH MEAT FESTIVAL 2019

OF TRANSGENDER AND QUEER PERFORMANCE!

 Dates:
Thursday-Saturday June 20-22, 2019
*ASL interpretation provided for EVERY SHOW *
* Gala Performance & Reception Sat June 22*

Times:
All shows at 8pm

Venue:
Z Space
450 Florida Street (between 17th Street and Mariposa, San Francisco) [Map]

Tickets:
$15+ sliding scale
TICKETS ON SALE SOON

Info:
www.freshmeatproductions.org


ALL NIGHTS: ASL interpretation with Pilar Marsh and Cathleen Riddley– let us know you’re coming! production@freshmeatproductions.org
SATURDAY: GALA Performance & Reception!
ALL NIGHTS: Post-show receptions every night with DJ Frida Ibarra, go-go dancers, photo booth, drinks & dancing!


The 2019 FRESH MEAT FESTIVAL features edgy, exquisite, extraordinary dance, theater and live music … and a cornucopia of regional and world premieres! These award-winning artists offer gorgeous, loving, bold, beautiful artistry brimming with innovation, resilience and joy. Advance tickets are recommended for this popular event.

Vogue superstars, Deaf dance pioneers, world champion bachata dancers, bad-ass trans-americana music, a queer retro boy band, a gender-defying choir and MORE hit the stage with performances by:

African-American Deaf dance trailblazer Antoine Hunter
Vogue superstars Dena Stanley & House of Mizrahi Dancers
Sublime harmonies by the GAPA Men’s Chorus
Exquisite poetry + dance by J Mase III & Randy Ford
Queer bachata champions Jahaira Fajardo & Angelica Medina
Cutting-edge performance artists Javier Stell-Fresquez & Ivy Monteiro
Sidesplitting comedy-storytelling by Lottie Riot
The groundbreaking and powerful New Voices Bay Area TIGQ Chorus
Trailblazing Trans/queer modern dance by Sean Dorsey Dance
Folk-punk by the legendary Shawna Virago
Multi-disciplinary music superstar Star Amerasu
Gorgeous contemporary and R&B songs by Tajah J
Queer retro quartetThe Singing Bois
PLUS: Emcee Annalise Ophelian, DJ Frida Ibarra + MORE!

read below for nightly lineup!

 

All performances will be ASL interpreted, and will be followed by our popular post-performance parties with DJ Frida Ibarra, photo booth, go-go dancers and refreshments!

ASL AND ACCESS INFO: all performances will be ASL interpreted; venue, bathrooms and front row seating are wheelchair accessible; scent-reduced seating area available; armless chairs available in front row; venue has all-gender bathrooms. See below for full Access Information including an email contact to send us questions and RSVPs.

This year’s FESTIVAL features the world premiere of NEW WORK commissioned by the FRESH MEAT FESTIVAL by Jahaira Fajardo and Angelica Medina, Star Amerasu, Tajah J and the The Singing Bois.

  • Tajah J

  • Antoine Hunter

  • Dena Stanley and House of Mizrahi

  • GAPA Men’s Chorus

  • Jahaira Fajardo & Angelica Medina

  • Javier Stell-Fresquez & Ivy Monteiro

  • J Mase III & Randy Ford

  • Sean Dorsey Dance

  • Lottie Riot

  • New Voices Bay Area TIGQ Chorus

  • Shawna Virago

  • Star Amerasu

  • The Singing Bois

  • Emcee Annalise Ophelian


THURSDAY, JUNE 20

(ASL interpretation provided)

Angelica & Jahaira
Antoine Hunter
Dena Stanley & House of Mizrahi Dancers
GAPA Choir
J Mase III & Randy Ford
Javier Stell-Fresquez & Ivy Monteiro
Sean Dorsey Dance
Shawna Virago
Star Amerasu
The Singing Bois

emcee Annalise Ophelian
Lobby after-party with DJ La Frida

FRIDAY, JUNE 21

(ASL interpretation provided)

Angelica & Jahaira
Antoine Hunter
Dena Stanley & House of Mizrahi Dancers
J Mase III & Randy Ford
Javier Stell-Fresquez & Ivy Monteiro
Lottie Riot
New Voices Bay Area TIGQ Chorus
Sean Dorsey Dance
Shawna Virago
Star Amerasu
Tajah J

emcee Annalise Ophelian
Lobby after-party with DJ La Frida

SATURDAY, JUNE 22

(ASL interpretation provided)

Angelica & Jahaira
Antoine Hunter
Dena Stanley & House of Mizrahi Dancers
GAPA Choir
J Mase III & Randy Ford
Lottie Riot
New Voices Bay Area TIGQ Chorus
Sean Dorsey Dance
Shawna Virago
Tajah J
The Singing Bois

emcee Annalise Ophelian
Lobby after-party with DJ La Frida

The FRESH MEAT FESTIVAL is a proud part of the 2019 National Queer Arts Festival! Read more about the Queer Cultural Center’s National Queer Arts Festival here….