“Overtime I made the decision that I was just going to be a me. “ — Gender Project Interviewer Explore other tracks from the Gender Booth here: https://makeshiftcircus.org/offerings/genderproject/genderbooth/ Come see our free circus shows the first three weekends of June! https://www.facebook.com/pg/makeshiftcircus/events/?ref=page_internal The Gender Booth is a place where we hope to break out of gender… Continue Reading
Holy Moly! A local designer is creating a handmade and personalized costume for one of our main characters, the Oracle! Rikki McKinney, in the role of the Oracle finds inspiration in the following understanding of his character… “Though there are many types of Psychics in the world (Medium, Healer, Intuitive, Channel, etc), there is one… Continue Reading
Introducing the cast…. Jackie Douglas was born in Louisiana but raised here in Atlanta, GA. She specializes in tumbling, juggling, and partner acrobatics. A few years ago, she had a spinal cord injury that left her paralyzed from the neck down. This show is her triumphant comeback to a profession that she loves. She would… Continue Reading
Introducing the cast… So so grateful to welcome Ash Anderson to our team in role of the Child AND they are killing it as Co Movement Director. Wow! Ash’s bio…. “Movement is the basis for theatrical spectacle. First comes the action, then emotion, then the words themselves” –Meyerhold. Happy to be challenged. Proud to collaborate, to… Continue Reading
Jakwyllen in process working with the Cismale interviews. Interviewee 13:10 I think makeup is so fun but like I know if I got on Marta to go to class people would look at me differently. And I’m not ready not prepared to tackle all of that. Interviewee 14:30 I put on makeup with my friends… Continue Reading
Interviewee 10:44 I didn’t see me. Interviewee 35:25 I wasn’t ever able to see myself until I saw those role models. Interviewee 10:44 I didn’t see me in places where I wanted to see me at. It’s empowering when you see trans folks on TV…. Maybe I would have came out a little bit younger.… Continue Reading
At age 49, the Chameleon has taken on trapeze with a level of determination that makes me proud just to be in the room. Thank you for inviting me to shift my idea of my bodies capacity. Working with you has been an inspiration!