Dixon Place Presents PIC-UP 6/30
On Tuesday June 29 th and Wednesday June 30 th , 8pm at Dixon Place as part of the summer long Dixon Place HOT! Festival, New York's favorite demented theater company presents a sick, (yet reverent!) homage to the classic "PICNIC", the 1950's play and movie about small town life.
Julie Halston, Sweetie, Steve Hayes, David Ilku, Jody Lennon, Bradford Scobie, Clark Beasley, Greg Wallach, and Jay Rogers weave a twisted tale of passion, shame, love, and of course, twisted family values.2010 marks the 19th Annual Dixon Place HOT! Festival, a pioneering festival of queer performance and culture - andthe oldest, continually running festival of its kind in the world! The festival hub is the brand new Dixon Place theater complex at 161A Chrystie Street on the New York City's famed Lower East Side.
The theater consists of 2 venues: astate-of-the-art 120-seat laboratory theater, and an intimate performance lounge. Beginning in June and runningthroughout the month of July and into the first week of August (June 26 - August 7), you'll find an eclectic array of freeand ticketed shows and programs 7 nights a week! ABOUT DIXON PLACE Dixon Place is a non-profit organization founded in 1986 to provide a space for literary and performing artists to create and develop new works in front of a live audience.
While other venues of its kind have since died off, or now onlypresent established artists, Dixon Place remains at the heart of the New York experimental performance scene. Takingrisks is crucial to the life of Dixon Place, its artists and audiences.
Dixon Place's primary commitments are to bring artists and audiences together through live performance in order toexpand the understanding of the creative process and its final product, and to provide a supportive environment foremerging artists to present new work. Over the last twenty-four years, Dixon Place has successfully maintained itsintimate atmosphere and unique environment while increasing its programming to fulfill the need for performanceopportunities for the New York community of performing and literary artists.
TICKET INFORMATION: $20$50 for two tickets, priority seating and two cocktails
For reservations & advanced tickets visit www.dixonplace.org or call 212.219.0736