The Sunland Dancers / Dynasty Handbag / Sacha Yanow
Saturday, Oct 24 2015
7:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Saturday October 24, doors at 7:30pm show at 8pm
The Sunland Dancers / Dynasty HandbagSacha Yanow

A night of weirdo lezzie performance! The Sunland Dancers open the show, The Little Vamp (a vampire/clown/silent film star) brings her historical phantasy to Hollywood (err.. Pieter); And Dynasty Handbag performs some new “music” including a Nashville (season 2) inspired country ballad. Who curated this mess?

Dynasty Handbag is gonna experiment on you!  Come see some new “music” by your favorite ugly stepsssistir, HITS INCLUDE a Nashville (season 2)  inspired cock sucking country ballad and a song that will make you understand that whistling is singing but better shaped!

The Little Vamp goes to Hollywood! Adapted material from Yanow’s solo performance, Silent Film. This historical phantasy follows the Little Vamp, (a vampire/clown/silent-film-star), and her struggles with a mysterious, melancholic fog – a disconnection from herself. Drawing from silent cinema’s physicality and visual language, early Hollywood lesbian legends, classic phantom stories, and Yanow’s own experiences as a child actor, the piece illuminates “ghosts” of things unseen, unheard or unfelt in both personal family mythology and queer/feminist history.


Sacha Yanow is an NYC-based performance artist and actor. She has performed in theater, film and dance works by artists including Karen Finley, Sarah Michelson, Laura Parnes, Katy Pyle, Elisabeth Subrin, Theater of a Two-Headed Calf, and Julie Tolentino. Her own performance work has been supported through residencies at Dixon Place, The Field, and Yaddo, and SOMA in Mexico City; And presented at the Bowery Poetry Club, the Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Dixon Place, The Kitchen, and Movement Research. Yanow currently serves as the Director of Art Matters Foundation and previously worked at The Kitchen as the Director of Operations.

Jibz Cameron is a performance/video artist and actor who lives and works in New York City. Her work as alter ego Dynasty Handbag has been seen such institutions as The New Museum, The Kitchen, MOCA, REDCAT, SXSW Film Festival, and Performa ’07, ’09, ’11, as well as many international dives both great and small. She has been heralded by The New York Times as “the funniest and most pitch perfect performance seen in years” and by The New Yorker as “outrageously smart, grotesque, and innovative.” She has produced numerous video projects and two albums of original music, Foo Foo Yik Yik (2006) and Cosmic Surgery (2013). Her work has been supported by residencies at Yaddo, The MacDowell Colony, and Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. In addition to her work as Dynasty Handbag she has also been seen acting in work by The Wooster Group, The Residents, Kalup Linzy and in many a web series including Ambiance Man, and Rods & Cones. She also works as a professor of various performance and comedy related subjects. Her third evening length performance Soggy Glasses, recently premiered at BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music). She is currently in development on a television series with Electric Dynamite.

Admission is a $5 suggested donation or your non-monetary donation to the FREE bar or the FREE boutique. Suggested items include: nice vacuum for the studio, gaff tape in any color, pens, markers, printer paper for the studio, tea, coffee, puffy vests, blackout curtains, art/dance books for our library, beers, dancer snacks (apples, jars of nut butter, nuts).

please park on the street.

photo credit Little Vampire/ Sacha Yanow: Ian Douglas
photo credit Dynasty Handbag: Myles Pettengill