On the High Line at 14th St.
A clown struggles to find humor in a world that suddenly feels very dark after he is abandoned by his company following the death of his dog in this new and timely solo work by outrageous writer/performer Justin Sayre. "The Lamentable Tale of a Dog; as told by Beppo, formerly of the Castaglioni company of Padua" is a treatise on the power of humor in uneasy times and the resilience we can find by laughing at impending gloom.
Now in its second 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
June 15: "The Eulogy," by Shaun Leonardo
July 20: "Heisenberg," by Janani Balasubramanian
August 17: "CHEEKY LaSHAE: Karaoke Universal: Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 01011863," by Kenya (Robinson)
ABOUT JUSTIN SAYRE
Justin Sayre is a writer and performer best known for his downtown cabaret/variety show The Meeting*, now in its 8th and final season at Joe's Pub. Sayre, described by Michael Musto in the Village Voice as "Oscar Wilde meets Whoopi Goldberg," was recently hailed as one the "Funniest People in Brooklyn" by Brooklyn Magazine and among "LA's 16 Most Talented LGBT Comics" by Frontiers Magazine. His original works for the theater have been shown at La MaMa; Dixon Place; The Wild Project; Queer Pop-Up Museum; Ars Nova; and The Players Club.
Public programs on the High Line are supported, in part, with public funds from the New York City Council, under the leadership of Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito.