Meocupo/Eye Occupy: A Student Drag Cabaret with Mickey Negrón
Students from the American Culture 103 First Year Seminar on “Drag in America” will perform with visiting Puerto Rican interdisciplinary performance artist Mickey Negrón.
Free and open to the public. Pizza will be served.
For more information contact Lawrence La Fountain-Stokes (email@example.com).
Mickey Negrón is a San Juan-based, interdisciplinary actor/creator, performance artist, dancer, educator, arts event organizer and curator who turns to the real in the theatrical in search of freedom. Born and raised in Aibonito, Puerto Rico, he trained at the University of Puerto Rico and has performed across the Americas, including collaborations with Carola García, Rosa Luisa Márquez, Dean Zayas, Victoria Espinosa, Petra Bravo, Jóvenes del 98, Malayerba, and Yuyachkani. He swallows up the gay scene and brings it to the surface of his body to reinvent it. His nonconformity and country of origin make him gesticulate in unconventional theater spaces. This spittle has been called performance.
Events sponsored by: Arts at Michigan, Center for World Performance Studies, Department of American Culture, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, Institute for Research on Women and Gender, LSA Dean’s Office, Institute for the Humanities, and the Latina/o Studies Program.