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THE AFTERPARTY

September 16 - September 26

Free

Jord Camp invites you to a site-specific, physically distant yet socially intimate, performance-art-drag experience for a single audience member. Come to the Brandon Avenue Parkette, listen to the soundtrack through a pair of headphones and be prepared to be taken on an interactive journey of dance, reveals and surprises.

Pride season has passed, the bars have closed, meet me in the park for The Afterparty.
Created and Performed by Jord Camp
Directed by Elizabeth Staples
Featuring an original song composed by Maddie Bautista
Technical Facilitation by Cohort
Part of the Bricks and Glitter Festival (details below)
SHOW SCHEDULE
September 16, 17, 18, 19
September 23, 24, 25, 26
All shows at 6pm
One audience member per show
The performance is 30 minutes
In the event of rain, the show will be rescheduled
LOCATION
Brandon Avenue Parkette
(2 Brandon Avenue at Dufferin and Brandon, just north of Dupont)
LOTTERY
With only 8 shows and only 1 audience member per show, we want to offer an equitable chance for everyone to get a spot.
A lottery will be drawn to select the 8 audience members.
To enter to lottery, fill out this form with contact info, accessibility info and availability: https://forms.gle/erXkBVYAB5aBKVtv8
LOTTERY CLOSES on Wednesday September 9th at 6pm
Those selected will be contacted by email on Thursday September 10.
If you have any questions or need support entering the lottery contact stage manager Elizabeth Staples at elizabeth1staples@gmail.com or on messenger
FREE EVENT
Donate to your favourite organization instead or to one of our favourites….
Not Another Black Life Toronto
https://www.instagram.com/notanotherblacklife/
https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/notanotherblacklife
Afro Indigenous Rising (AIR)

https://www.facebook.com/Afro-Indigenous-Rising-104223024668210

The 519
https://www.the519.org/support-the-519/donate
Will Munro Cancer Fund
https://www.the519.org/programs/will-munro-fund
Black Coalition for Aids Prevention (Black CAP)
http://www.blackcap.ca/page.php?u=/about/donate
Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC)
https://www.nwac.ca/donate/
The Marsha P Johnson Institute
https://marshap.org/donate/

COVID + ACCESSIBILITY GUIDELINES
* we are a trans and gender fluidity/non-confirming space, if you are not comfortable w freedom of gender expression = don’t come
*Performance is outside in a public park
* Audience will stand in a chalk circle with a 2m radius, no one will enter their circle throughout the show
*Audience interacts with an ipod and headphones that have been sanitized
*Audience will be asked to stand in the park for 30 minutes (a seat can be provided if needed)
*No bathrooms available
*No stairs, paved access from sidewalk
*Audience masks optional (physical distancing in effect at all times)
TRIGGER WARNINGS
Mention of alcohol and sex
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BRICKS & GLITTER is a community arts festival celebrating Two-Spirit, trans and queer talent, ingenuity, caring, anger and abundance. We are a trouble of queers who believe in creativity, collectivity and practicing the future in the now. We are intersectional by default and critical by necessity. Our 2020 festival centers Black, Indigenous and racialized artists coming together to imagine a world worth living in—for all of us.

Details

Start:
September 16
End:
September 26
Cost:
Free
Website:
https://www.facebook.com/events/3570353669695289/

Organizer

Bricks & Glitter

Venue

Brandon Avenue Parkette
2 Brandy Crt
Tkaronto, Ontario M3B 3L3 Canada
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