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El Living Room’s season finale is dedicated to artist-in-residence Angélica Negrón’s favorite championship sport: venting. Things that are lo peor: colonialism, family drama, burnout, imposter syndrome, and Mondays (amirite?). Everyone’s favorite Boricua polyamorous urban poet, Guanina (of Teatro Breve) and Caribbean diosa/reina/chula/bella/visionary music-maker Xenia Rubinos both lend their powerful voices to address just a few of these messy subjects. Sonic arts profe La Meme Young drops by via El Wassap to share a selection of niche experimental music jokes-turned-memes lampooning some of his not-so-favorite things. After digging up so much trash, a guided meditation with Mela Pabón (who vows to always hablarte la clara) is just the thing to cleanse the mind, body, and soul.
Lobby opens at 6:30PM, house opens at 6:45PM
Leadership support for The Greene Space’s Artist-in-Residence program is provided by the Jerome L. Greene Foundation and the MetLife Foundation. Additional support for this project is provided in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.