Coffeehouse Chronicles #152: John Jesurun

April 06

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Ellen Stewart Theatre | 66 East 4th Street (2nd Floor)

Saturday at 3PM

$10 Adult Tickets; $5 Student/Senior Tickets (+$1 Facility Fee)

Curated by Michal Gamily

Celebrating John Jesurun with panelists, live performances and archival materials!

Hosted by Nicky Paraiso

with
Anna Kohler, John Hagan, Donna Herman, Black Eyed Susan

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About the Artists

John Hagan has appeared in “Chang in a Void Moon” since 1983, as well as in many other plays by John Jesurun. He also has performed in works by Robert Ashley, Steve Buscemi, Sanghi Choi, DANCENOISE, Richard Foreman, Mimi Goese, Caleb Hammond, Yolanda Hawkins, William Niederkorn and Stuart Sherman among others. He can be seen as the patient taking an hallucinogenic journey in Aaron Siegel’s video opera, “Tea Before You Go” (available on Vimeo and YouTube).
Black Eyed Susan is an original member of Charles Ludlam’s Ridiculous Theatrical Company and received a Villager Award and an Obie for Sustained Achievement for her work with the Company. She has also appeared in productions by Ethyl Eichelberger, Stuart Sherman, Mabou Mines, Roslyn Drexler, Jim Neu, Charles Allcroft, Samuel Beckett, Stephanie Fleischmann, John Jahnke, Christina Campanella/Stephanie Fleischmann, and Mallory Catlett.

About Coffeehouse Chronicles

Coffeehouse Chronicles is an educational performance series exploring the history and development of Off-Off Broadway from its inception within the Village “Coffeehouse Theatres” of the 1960s through today. Part artist portrait, part creative event, part history lesson, part community forum, it is our mission to provide a home, as did our founder Ellen Stewart, for personal and intimate engagement with art. Since 2005, La MaMa has presented more than 150 Coffeehouse Chronicles, building on our mission to provide a home for personal engagement with art. Coffeehouse Chronicles are held on one Saturday each month (September through June).
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the city council.