On the High Line at 14th St.
If Millie Jackson, Roxanne Shante, OutKast and Monty Python had a baby in the year 3030 you'd get SHASTA GEAUX POP!
Shasta is celebrity. Shasta is the future and it's time for her to take the party to new heights. This world-renowned icon is going to bring you a whole different kind of extravaganza. Completely uncensored and outrageously fabulous, come fall in line with Shasta and her rhymes while she tackles naughty topics and pays sonic homage to the classic era of Hip-Hop….old railroad tracks included.
Now in its third year, Out of Line presents a new set of arresting, intriguing, and playful performances by some of New York City's most exciting contemporary artists.
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UPCOMING OUT OF LINE DATES
ABOUT SHASTA GEAUX POP:
Written and Performed by Ayesha Jordan
Co-created and Directed by Charlotte Brathwaite
Musical Direction, Composition: Justin Hicks
Additional Music Production/DJ'ing: DJ Avg Jo
Lighting: Tuçe Yasak
Costumes: Abigail DeVille
Video: Kent Barrett
Sound Engineer: Andrya Ambrose
Director Charlotte Brathwaite and writer/performer Ayesha Jordan's first creative endeavor was a performance project Charlotte created and performed in while studying at the Amsterdam School for the Arts in 2001. Fast forward to present day New York City, and the stars aligned for Charlotte and Ayesha to meet again and finally continue collaborating. The collective of artists creating this production have been making art together for several years producing innovative theater, music events and installations in New York City and beyond.
SHASTA GEAUX POP was originally presented at Under The Radar Incoming series 2016/17 and developed and presented with support from The Bushwick Starr 2016/17. This project was supported, in part, by a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant.
High Line Programs are supported, in part, with public funds from the New York City Council, under the leadership of Speaker Corey Johnson.