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Thursday, March 25, 2021 at 7:30pmVirtual Event
Created and performed by Levi Wilson ‘21
In collaboration with Carolyn Goelzer
A filmed solo performance piece in process, spit fire, drink gasoline (repeat) is an exploratory embodied exegesis—through camp, commentary, and corporeality—on a young queer existence.
A Live Post-Premiere Q&A with Acclaimed Performance Artist Tim Miller Immediately following the premiere of spit fire, drink gasoline (repeat) at http://bit.ly/TimMillerQA.
Tim Miller, whose celebrated performance art explores the artistic, spiritual, and political topography of his identity as a gay man, will give a response to spit fire, drink gasoline (repeat) and situate the work within the larger history and artistry of American solo performance and LGBTQ+ theatre. Following this conversation between Tim, Levi, and moderator Professor Sara Warner, the discussion will be opened up to audience questions and responses.