OUT OF LINE: "Shasta Geaux Pop," by Ayesha Jordan and Charlotte Brathwaite

Date & Time

Last event was Thursday, July 19, 2018


On the High Line at 14th St.

UPDATE: General RSVP is full for Out of Line. We'll be welcoming walk-up visitors to join if the event is not at capacity.

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 brings 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.

We encourage all persons with disabilities to attend. To request additional information regarding accessibility or accommodations at a program, please contact programs@thehighline.org or 646.774.2482. Program venues are accessible via wheelchair accessibility points, and ASL interpretation can be arranged two weeks in advance.


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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

Ayesha Jordan is a multidisciplinary performance artist who often uses characters and stories to create cerebral and visceral experiences for her audience. Much of her work is about audience engagement – creating moments and prompts as an opportunity to connect with the performer, as well as with fellow audience members.

Charlotte Brathwaite (Canada/UK/Barbados) is a stage director known for staging classical and unconventional texts, dance, installation, performance art, multi-media, site-specific and music events. Her work is seen in the Americas, Europe, the Caribbean, and Asia, illuminating issues of race, sex, power and the complexities of the human condition.

High Line Programs are supported, in part, with public funds from the New York City Council, under the leadership of Speaker Corey Johnson.