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CROTCH (all the Joseph Beuys references in the world cannot heal the pain, confusion, regret, cruelty, betrayal or trauma…)

Saturday, June 11 at 8:00 pm
Keith Hennessy/Zero Performance
CROTCH (all the Joseph Beuys references in the world cannot heal the pain, confusion, regret, cruelty, betrayal or trauma…)

Colony Theatre, 1040 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Tickets are $20 and $15 for students/seniors and may be purchased at  ticketmaster.com or by calling (800) 745-3000 or in-person at the Colony Theatre box office (305) 674-1040.
For additional information about the event or the festival, call (305) 910-7898.

AFTER PARTY AT BAR 721, free drink with your ticket stub. Just a few blocks from the Colony Theatre at 721 Lincoln Lane North. 

Keith Hennessy's Bessie-awarding winning piece was presented to critical acclaim at New York’s Dance Theatre Workshop in 2009. CROTCH references the images and actions of legendary conceptual artist Joseph Beuys. On the surface, the work is about art—its histories and heroes. On a deeper level, a sadness grows within a queer divorce melancholy. Hennessy was a pioneer in the queer performance scene in San Francisco during the 1980s and 1990s. He has been featured in several books and documentaries, including David Gere’s “How To Make Dances in an Epidemic,” Richard Mohr’s “Gay Ideas,” and Dancers in Exile.