What’s Your Safe Word?
Presented by Joe’s Pub at The Public
Friday, July 20, 2018 at 10:30 PM
Artist-ambassadors from Joe’s Pub at The Public bring their unconventional and inimitable comedic customs to The Kennedy Center. Through raucous mélanges of music and comedy, a few of NYC’s favorite downtown stars share stories that delight heart and mind, while blazing new trails in American art. Featuring Justin Vivian Bond (“The best cabaret artist of [their] generation”—The New Yorker), Ike Ufomadu ("I would not miss anything by Ikechukwu Ufomadu"—Time Out), Tori Scott (“Garland for the Grindr era”—Broadway World), Bridget Everett ("She's a one-woman liberation movement for anyone with genitals."—New York Magazine), the deep baritone stylings of Nath Ann Carerra, playwright and songwriter Michael R. Jackson, jazz pianist and songwriter Matt Ray and violinist Claudia Chopek!
This performance contains strong language and is recommended for mature audiences.
This is a FREE event. Free tickets, up to two tickets per person in line, will be distributed beginning at 8:30 p.m., in the Nations Gallery.