Brava and Diamond Wave present Kevin Seaman live
A queer journey through digital desire
OCTOBER 3-5 & 10-12, 2019
8pm in Brava’s Cabaret
In the rigidly binary world of gay men, one horny drag queen wants it all! In his debut solo performance, Kevin Seaman (LOL McFiercen) mashes drag, media, song and dance to explore the toxicity of the contemporary gay digital experience. #femMASCULINE is a mixed media, millennial meme machine that takes a wrecking ball to gender norms, leaving no binary intact, save one: be there, or be square!
Six shows only! Including a very special Opening Night when we’ll toast the fabulous Kevin Seaman and dance into the night with DJ Rob Fatal.
Thursday, October 3 – Opening Night & After Party
$50 reserved table seating (This seating option gets you up close and personal, and is great for groups of two to four!)
$30 general admission
All other showings
$40 reserved table seating (This seating option gets you up close and personal, and is great for groups of two to four!)
$20 general admission
(There are NO fees for online or at door purchases!)
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Kevin Seaman / LOL McFiercen is an interdisciplinary performance artist, cultural worker and drag queen exploring queer identity and drag culture at the intersection of gender and sexuality. They received the 2017 Americans for the Arts Emerging Leader Award, were named one of SF Weekly’s 16 Artists to Watch in 2016, and participated in the Association for Performing Arts Professionals (APAP) inaugural Leadership Fellows Program. At home in nightlife venues, theatres and large-scale institutions, their work has been presented internationally at The Stud, CounterPulse, YBCA, Frameline, the Tank NYC, the Austin International Drag Festival, SATTELITE ART SHOW Miami, the National Queer Arts Festival, Stockholm’s Proud Performing Arts (Stolt Scenkonst), the Atlantic Center for the Arts, and Yale School of the Arts.
Conceived by Kevin Seaman
Written by John Caldon & Kevin Seaman
Creative direction by Beatrice Thomas
Theatrical and movement direction by Ryan Marchand
#femMASCULINE received support from Theatre Bay Area CA$H grant and the San Francisco Arts Commission. #femMASCULINE had a developmental reading at The Tank, a New York City home for emerging artists.