“The Museum will present a special evening of performance art at 8:45
on Friday, March 20. The evening will be a casual, intimate program of
works by Ethyl Eichelberger, Pat Oleszko, Danny Mydlack, Danitra
Vance and DANCENOISE among others, presented within the gallery
space of the Museum.
Through shameless punning and zany over-sized costumes, Oleszko sets out to change our self-perceptions and world views. She will present Inflation: The Air Apparent in which she takes on-quite literally-the news media.
Ethyl Eichelberger’s vaudevillian array of characters, who often sing and play the accordion, have included Elizabeth I, ]ocasta, Marie Antoinette and more recently, King Lear. "Ethyl’s never been a female impersonator,” wrote C . Carr in the Village Voice, “just an actor who wants to play great women. And men.”
Program subject to change. Free for members, $4 general.“