Not My President’s Day Baltimore

February 20, 2017

February 20, 2017

10:00 To 0:00

The Crown Baltimore, North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD, United States

Event Description

In solidarity with Bad Hombres and Nasty Women across the country, Bad and Nasty Bmore is designing a full day of events on February 20th in Station North, along Charles Street and North Avenue. The holiday Monday will include family friendly workshops, activism, play readings and performances at Stillpointe Theater (1825 N Charles St) followed by an evening cabaret at The Crown (1910 N. Charles St) that will feature music, comedy, drag, burlesque, and other acts. Bad and Nasty B’more has engaged dozens of artists and welcomes others to participate. The lineup includes a diverse and growing crew of Baltimore comics, singers and songwriters, directors, actors, performance artists, playwrights, and more. The event aims not only to galvanize and transform the emotions of participants and audience, but also to raise awareness about the organizations in our own city whose work supports and protects those most threatened by Trump’s administration. The organizers are currently developing partnerships with local organizations whose social, educational, health, and environmental missions could be served by visibility and participation at this event. Contributions (monetary and otherwise) can be made directly to participating organizations. Amid an abusive climate of bigotry, sexism, xenophobia, environmental devastation and a long list of injustices, Bad and Nasty Bmore calls on all Charm City citizens to come out and strengthen community, engage/rage in dialogue, rupture false rhetoric, disrupt the normalizing and be heard. STILLPOINTE THEATRE (1825 N Charles St), 2 p.m.-4:30 p.m.: Youth and Families Afternoon with Julia Katz: Sign Making Cupcake Decorating Our Democratic Heritage Youth Arts Activism Workshop 4:30-6 Workshop on Street Protest Performance w/TWAT led by Deirdre McAllister, ending in street procession from Stillpointe to The Crown THE MERCURY (adjacent to Stillpointe), 3-6 p.m. Susan McCully: a reading from her play, All She Must Possess, about the Cone Sisters Kat Kaplan of TWAT (Theatre Women Against Trump): Love Trumps Hate, an ensemble piece exploring gender expression and perception Tia Nina: Trump Steaks (performance art) Baltimore School for the Arts’ Craig Reid (an original rap) and Chloe Wright (a song from Hamilton accompanied on ukelele) A Community in conversation: Sharing of experiences, ideas, and thoughts about the future of art and protest under the current regime Duff Norris: Youth And Their Fairy Dyke Mothers, an original play Kimberly Lynn: Last Battle of the American Revolution (excerpts from a play about the story of the 19th amendment) THE CROWN (1910 N. Charles St), 6 p.m.-Midnight **PLEASE NOTE: ALL EVENTS AT THE CROWN ARE 18 AND OVER ONLY** RED WALL OF PROTEST AND POETRY: A participatory language project. Ongoing for the duration of the event. Add your poem to the wall, read other poems, read the protest signs created by young people in our afternoon workshop. EATS: The Sacred Kitchen, vegan Indian food Gypsy Queen Café Food Truck The Crown will serve from its regular menu Bad and Nasty Bake Sale to benefit ACLU Maryland BACK BAR (Downstairs): 6-9 p.m. Videos from Center Stage and Towson University Gary Huck: Trump Toons (A review of Trump cartoons) Slide Show: Amanda Pellerin’s 7th Grade Class Small Potatoes Comedy Show hosted by Micsmif, with Shawn Leverette, Chris Colletti, Rose Weinschenk, Migs Rodriguez, Kiragu Beauttah, and Michael Furr RED ROOM (Upstairs), 7-8:30 p.m.: Towson Undergrads: Bad and Nasty Compositions (Led by Jesse Baxter and Laura Pazuchowski) The Oven: Commodities Nicolas Perkins: The Revolution Will Be Televised A movement-based installation w/rap music RED ROOM, 9 p.m.-Midnight Our Bad and Nasty Cabaret, (In 3 Acts with short Breaks) Hosted by award winning drag king Chris Jay Jo Tyler: storytelling & songs w/ukulele Mike Raitzyk: songs Deletta Gillespie: Songs of Protest, Songs of Peace Dan Hanrahan: original songs Michele Minnick: a reading of “Acceptance Speech” by Eileen Myles Christine Ferrera: Comedy Phil Rogers: Funk/rock Bari Hochwald: Poems Burlesque acts from: Ruby Rockafella, Misty Wilde, Caza Blanca, Usagi Bum-Bum, Dr. Ginger Snapz, and Betty O’Hellno Drag acts from: Mich Strange and Chris Jay The Moxie Fords: Tap Number TWAT members: Participatory song, “My Cunty Tis of Thee” Plus: The Not My President’s Day Alternate Facts News Quiz! With very special prizes and A very special visit from Emma Goldman  


Event Information

Event/Venue Contact Information

Visited 1184 times, 2 Visits today

Add a Review

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Related Events