CONFESSIONS OF A CUBAN SEX ADDICT Set for DMAC, 2/21

CONFESSIONS OF A CUBAN SEX ADDICT Set for DMAC, 2/21

On February 21, 2014 Confessions of a Cuban Sex Addict by Michelangelo Alasa' returns to Duo Multicultural Arts Center (DMAC) at 62 East 4th Street.

Confessions of a Cuban Sex Addict, written and designed by Michelangelo Alasa' is a walk through, theatrical installation filled with video, found objects and words. Now in its second year, Alasa' shares his personal journey of triumphing through sexual abuse in Confessions, a snapshot of his queer coming-of-age experience during the 1960s. Using multiple spaces and multiple projection screens, Alasa' leads the audience through the House of Terror filled with iconic sexual images and memorabilia of Alasa's youth ultimately leading into a recreation of his childhood "safe place". Provocative, evocative and cathartic in nature, this performance reminds us of our deepest secrets, darkest longings, and biggest triumphs.

Performances are free to the public but reservations are highly recommended.

Tickets: free at Brownpapertickets.com

Michelangelo Alasa' was born in La Habana, Cuba. As an actor he worked on National Tours of HAIR, Jesus Christ, Superstar, Godspell, Tommy and performed at Duo Theater for 520 performances in the musical cult hit Born To Rumba - which he wrote and directed. His musical, Chez Garbo ran at Duo for 320 performances. His musicals with long time collaborator David Welch include Studio, Salon, and Peggy & Jackson (Peggy Guggenheim and Jackson Pollack), which was presented by Joseph Papp at the Public Theatre. He is the twice recipient of the Oscar B. Cintas Playwriting Award. Other works include All About Meat - which just completed a one year run at DMAC. He is currently performing his one man show Confessions of a Cuban Sex Addict.

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