by Jeffry Lusiak
December 12 – 15, 2012, at 7:30 p.m.
Performance artist Jeffry Lusiak weaves questions of assimilation within queer identity into a visually-arresting, dynamic collage of live performance and layered video projection to create a bold and unsettling world of high heels, pop culture, violence, desire, shame, and love.
BIOGRAPHY: Jeffry Lusiak is a queer artist, activist, educator and performer who has been creating art in the Twin Cities for the past twelve years. He was the Artistic Director of Outward Spiral Theater Company for over 5 years, in that time he help to start Queertopia; A Cabaret Celebration of Queer Love, and Empowered Expressions a Queer Youth Theatre Troupe. In recent years Jeffry has devoted his time to working with middle school students as the Artist in Residence at Project SUCCESS, along with continuing to curate Queertopia through Bedlam Theatre and creating his own solo performance art which has been seen at the Bryant Lake Bowl, Intermedia Arts, Bedlam Theatre, and Patrick’s Cabaret.