AFTERBIRTH  live documentary  Friday 14th & Saturday 15th September, 2018 The Studio @ DCTV  VIDEO COMING SOON  Here’s what people said:  “It was provocative, extremely upsetting, and deeply vulnerable — and it was GOOD ART.”  "I think he pulled it off, but maybe we wish he hadn’t."  “Premature, poorly executed, and selfish. He subjected the audience to cruelty, it was fucked up.”  “(Next day) I’m still traumatized and can’t stop replaying it in my head. It was what I was hoping for, though after the show I ate nearly a pint of ice cream.”  “I felt like I was part of a social experiment to test who would intervene and stop the show.”  "I wouldn’t say this if I didn’t mean it, and I don’t say this to people, but I think he may be an artistic genius.”  “I went outside with my friends to discuss whether we should ‘pull the plug on this guy’, like literally pull the power and shut this down.”  “Brave very, very … brave.”

AFTERBIRTH

live documentary

Friday 14th & Saturday 15th September, 2018
The Studio @ DCTV

VIDEO COMING SOON

Here’s what people said:

“It was provocative, extremely upsetting, and deeply vulnerable — and it was GOOD ART.”

"I think he pulled it off, but maybe we wish he hadn’t."

“Premature, poorly executed, and selfish. He subjected the audience to cruelty, it was fucked up.”

“(Next day) I’m still traumatized and can’t stop replaying it in my head. It was what I was hoping for, though after the show I ate nearly a pint of ice cream.”

“I felt like I was part of a social experiment to test who would intervene and stop the show.”

"I wouldn’t say this if I didn’t mean it, and I don’t say this to people, but I think he may be an artistic genius.”

“I went outside with my friends to discuss whether we should ‘pull the plug on this guy’, like literally pull the power and shut this down.”

“Brave very, very … brave.”

Why did I put myself through this? Was it a good or a bad thing I did, making so many people feel that terribly — enough that a good third of the audience walked out? Well, at least money was raised! $466 raised for the LEFSA organization, helping NYC homeless, many people victims of domestic abuse, and must be noted: a third of NYC homeless are children.