a growing collective creating music performances that tell stories of otherness.
we like: queer people 🔮 theater in non-traditional spaces 💎 screaming
OK HERE'S WHAT WE'RE UP TO
FEBRUARY 17 at 9:30pm
Arlene's Grocery (95 Stanton Street, Manhattan)
The Neon Coven is gonna light the dead of winter on fire with some good, old-fashioned, queer feminist rock and roll!
Featuring music from "Hexed" and special guests including Jan Sport from Season 12 of Rupaul's Drag Race.
Grab a beverage, charge your crystals, and hex the patriarchy.
feminist rock * a séance (maybe!) * a generally encouraging time
THE IMMERSIVE NIGHTCLUB PHENOMENON
“a party-inducing Rocky Horror transplanted to a 1990s Madonna video”
-THE NEW YORK TIMES
"OSCAR at The Crown shouldn't be. As a concept, it's at once simple, complex, brilliant and celebratory even while steeped in its own subversion... You'd think someone somewhere must have tried something similar before. Wrong... It's an entertainment juggernaut. This is the place you want to be."
"a K-Pop/J-Pop/Scissor Sisters-on-speed electronic dance party euphoria"
FUN THINGS YOU MISSED SO SORRY
in collaboration with
HOT RABBIT NYC
Written by Andrew Barret Cox
.(..when he was in the 7th grade)
in collaboration with
THE MUSE BROOKLYN & HOT RABBIT NYC
*AS SOON AS WE FINISH WRITING THEM
IF YOU WANT TO PAY FOR ANY OF THESE, PLZ DM!!
WHO R U PEOPLE?
Photo: Stevens Añazco
ANDREW BARRET COX
Andrew is a choreographer, composer and producer based in New York City. A graduate of Emerson College, his work is inspired by underground scenes and non-traditional material. His work has been seen at the American Repertory Theater's immersive second stage OBERON, and his original works Clubland, Hexed, Wilder, Pokémon: The 90s Rock Show,
and Steamtowne have been heard on stages and virtual platforms across the country. As a co-founder of The Neon Coven, he strives to create vessels that tell stories of otherness and continue to bridge the gap between mainstream and queer media.
Mark is a Brooklyn-based performer and theater artist. Since graduating from Harvard University, he has performed at Ars Nova, Joe's Pub, the American Repertory Theater (Taylor Mac's The Lily's Revenge, Celine Song's Endlings), in nightclubs from New York to Berlin (Dr. Frank-N-Furter, The Rocky Horror Show), and even the occasional abandoned burger restaurant (Marjorie Newquist, Little Murders). He is the creator and star of OSCAR at The Crown, an immersive nightclub musical inspired by the life and works of Oscar Wilde and The Real Housewives franchise, hailed as “at once simple, complex, brilliant, and celebratory even while steeped in its own subversion.” Mark is a co-founder of The Neon Coven, and above all, he believes in negative capability.
Shira is a freelance theater director, specializing in new plays and radical re-imaginings of musicals and classic texts. She is also a co-founder of The Neon Coven. Recent projects include Distant Star (Caborca/Abrons Arts Center) and Little Murders (in an abandoned burger restaurant!) As the Artistic Associate at the American Repertory Theater, Shira directed The Lily's Revenge by Taylor Mac (named by The Boston Globe as one of the top ten theater everts of the year), Bride*Widow*Hag by Kim Rosenstock, and countless other productions, workshops, and special projects. A Drama League Fellow, Shira holds an MFA in Directing from Columbia and a BA in Theater Studies from Yale. Associate Lecturer in Theater, Dance & Media, Harvard University.