NOGA YECHIELI WIND & JOSHUA RIVES – Red and Boiling
January 25, 2019 @ 8:30 pm - 10:00 pm$20.00 - $25.00
Lesbians gone rogue! Queer activists, Noga Yechieli Wind and Joshua Rivas flip the narrative by telling real stories from the mouths of our people. The explosive theatrical performance Red and Boiling, is based on hours of interviews with queer womyn and non-binary individuals from different countries, religions, ethnicities and ages. Combining drag, shadow puppetry, and the testimonies shared verbatim, this duo will take you on an interactive journey you won’t forget.
Too often the narratives told of queer womyn have focused solely on the act of coming out. But what are our stories beyond that? The Hasadick, Noga’s drag king persona, Comes to life with a luscious beard to bring these stories out of the shadows and bridge our global community. After a successful international premiere at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Noga and Josh are excited to share these stories at home with their Los Angeles community.
Red and Boiling is an unforgettable experience where you are both a witness, and a participant. Come laugh, celebrate and rediscover your identity with us!
Noga Yechieli Wind is a theater maker, director, actor, writer, drag king, and queer activist from Jerusalem. Her work focuses on merging queer activism and art, using primarily documented interviews as the source material. She previously wrote and directed Let’s Talk Sex Work: A Play which performed at the Los Angeles LGBT Center. Noga has worked and volunteered with multiple LGBT organizations abroad and in the U.S. She has her BFA in Acting from CalArts and lives in Los Angeles with her wonderful partner Alex. To learn more visit www.nogawind.com
Joshua Rivas is a Los Angeles based actor, drag queen and theatre maker. Joshua is a California Institute of the Arts alum and co-founder of Familia Elefante Productions with superstar designer Tanya Orellana. Joshua’s work emphasizes a re-examining of the way we see the communities around us. As a queer artist, Joshua is thrilled to collaborate with Noga Yechieli Wind in exploring the life and struggles of queer womyn and how the shadow can serve as another reflection of our identity. To learn more about their work visit: www.Joshuarivas.com