September 20-23rd, 2018
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Please Note! While we make every effort to be accurate, performers/days/times are subject to change!
- Mimi Gonzalez
- Krudas Cubensi
Mimi Gonzalez is a road-tested, high-octane comedian who takes the audience on a wild ride
“Ferron writes of love with the relentless introspection of Leonard Cohen, and, as with classic Bob Dylan, her songs’ tough, questioning attitude sometimes gives way to an unexpected.” – Rolling Stone Magazine
Conscious music from Cuba. Krudas Cubensi.
Odaymara Cuesta and Olivia Prendes are Queer Feminist Afro Cuban Hip Hop MCs, Independent Musicians, Poets, Theater Performers and Educators.
Tracy has an amazing facility for finding four leaf clovers. Does that make her a lucky person? Tracy’s not entirely certain
If Lauryn Hill, Lenny Kravitz, Pink and Justin Timberlake could miraculously make a love child, it would be Reina Williams.
The Baltimore native is making noise these days
Erin McKeown is a musician, writer, and producer known internationally for her prolific disregard of stylistic boundaries. Her brash and clever electric guitar playing is something to see.
Back momentarily from New Zealand where she now makes her home, Teresa Trull joins forces with Barbara Higbie and Cris Williamson to share beloved old and new favorites. This trio of friends composed of gutsy blues/rock vocal dynamo
Ruth Barrett is a pioneering musician/priestess and lesbian witch, whose numerous recordings beginning in 1980 with collaborator Cyntia Smith, are among the pioneering musical works in the pagan and Goddess Spirituality Movements.
Nia & Ness are a black, lesbian, dancer-poet performance art duo based in Brooklyn, NY. The duo met and became a couple in 2013, and founded their company in 2016.
Elvira Kurt is a Cannes Award winning, Canadian Comedy Award winning, three-time Gemini Award nominated stand-up comic and Second City veteran whose credits as star, host, guest, writer, creative producer, story editor and or talent director are too many to mention.
B “Wahru” Cleveland has drummed on something since she was a child. She started playing bongos at age 14 and is now considered an accomplished drummer