Migguel Anggelo's JOY

Venezuelan-born and Brooklyn-based artist Migguel Anggelo’s work explores the intersections of queer, Latiné, and immigration identities. As a musician, he has released three albums (English with an Accent, La Casa Azul, Dónde Estara Matisse). As a theater creator, he has been awarded residencies to develop new works at MASS MoCA, the Kimmel Center, Washington Performing Arts, and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. For his new multidisciplinary project as part of the Festival of Firsts, Anggelo dons the whimsical persona of JOY, a raisonneur inspired by the mime Marcel Marceu's immortal Bip the Clown, who asks us to consider the power of silence in new ways. With the addition of an all-star lineup of live musicians, JOY features original music by Migguel Anggelo and Michelle J. Rodriguez, both of whom also take the stage. The debut of Migguel Anggelo’s JOY, a work-in-progress, is directed, choreographed, and created in collaboration with award-winning artist Rosie Herrera, and made possible through developmental support from the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
7:30 PM Until 9:30 PM
David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center
New York, NY
Ticket Price: FREE

1887 Broadway
New York, NY 10023
United States