A showcase of FRIGID's socially-distant. FRIGID Friday may include music, storytelling, sketch, clowning, cooking, and more. This series of new performances is followed by The Reparations Show, which features - AND PAYS - Black artists. You can watch last week's show right here!
WHAT HAVE YOU DONE FOR US LATELY?If you don’t have a good answer, we’ll send you our Venmo username.The Reparations Show is a variety show that will center stories created by and about Black and Indigenous artists. This weekly show kicks off on Juneteenth as part of FRIGID New York’s Queerly Festival, and each week will be hosted by a different BIPOC artist. The show is the brainchild of Erez Ziv, managing artistic director of FRIGID New York, and Kevin R. Free, the Curator of The Queerly Festival. It was created as a way to offer paid opportunities for BIPOC artists. Besides featuring work by these artists, each episode will include a segment called “This Week in Reparations” that examines an organization’s statement of solidarity with the #BLACKLIVESMATTER movement and keeps track of the work they have done toward that goal since releasing the statement. You can watch the show right here, or join us on Facebook Live to send us comments!
Ryan and Neil are having a dinner party. And you’re invited! Ryan T. Barlow is host of People of Interest, has won the title Best Storyteller in Philadelphia, and plays in the Mean Wendy Band. Neil P Bardhan knows everyone and every breakfast sandwich on the planet as well as performing regularly in the virtual world with his short form improv group The N Crowd.