"Stripping Reality" in NYC, December 28th, 2015, at 8pm:  http://tiny.cc/strippingreality  

"Stripping Reality" in NYC, December 28th, 2015, at 8pm: http://tiny.cc/strippingreality 

"STRIPPING REALITY":  What Reality TV Won’t Show You. 

(mon) DECEMBER 28th, 2015

at 8pm

$20: http://tiny.cc/strippingreality

Limited Seating -- so Get Your Tix NOW: click HERE

at The Kraine Theater, (NYC)

85 East 4th ST, (btw 2nd ave & Bowery)

Our FABULOUS Cast:
sister selva
Ooh LaLoba
Exhotic other
MFA (MF The Incredible, Edible, Akynos)
Velvet Kensington
Miss AuroraBoobRealis
Hosted by Una Aya Osato

Reality not suitable for TV. 

"STRIPPING REALITY" is the much anticipated NYC premiere from brASS Burlesque. 

Come be part of history.

  "Stripping Reality" in NYC, December 28th, 2015, at 8pm:   http://tiny.cc/strippingreality

"Stripping Reality" in NYC, December 28th, 2015, at 8pm: http://tiny.cc/strippingreality

 

WE LOVE YOU ALL,

brASS Burlesque

 

PS -- STRIPPING REALITY: What Reality TV Won’t Show You.

brASS: Brown RadicalAss Burlesque brazenly brings audiences Reality not suitable for TV with this multi-media theatrical extravaganza!  "Stripping Reality" is the real world revealed -- through sexy, subversive burlesque that examines, disrupts, and strips it ALL down...

brASS: Brown RadicalAss Burlesqus a new company lead by nationally and internationally touring and award-winning performers Miss AuroraBoobRealis, exHOTic other, and sister selva. brASS is a multi disciplinary performance troupe from NYC that uses their unique perspectives as women of color as a lens to the myriad of issues they are faced with in society. Through celebrations of their politicized bodies, they are making politics sexy and empowering audiences to value their own stories and use their creativity towards collective action. They encourage a disruption of passive consumption of art and wish to focus their performance as an instrument to re-imagine our society.

 

PPS -- "Stripping Reality" is made possible in part with public funds from the Manhattan Community Arts Fund, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs