In Colossus, Choreographer Mica Sigourney, Performer Silk Worm and Stylist Maryam Rostami create jokes in the grass and nightlife in the afternoon, as the choreography reckons with its new home out of doors.
Colossus is two daytime non-dragged drag queens with a wheelbarrow instead of a stage on a ketamine fueled tiny odyssey across San Francisco.
Colossus is queer kin-making between audience and deedee and googoo, two rakish scamps in designer sneakers lurking, noonday monsters working on something large and epic. Something massive but vestigial, inviting you, the audience, to repurpose pieces of an unrealized architecture of great expectation. Plain speak: All your lost plans.
Colossus will expose itself in an undisclosed performance site in ██████ ████ ████, with minotaurs and centaurs and sex and drugs. It’s Abstract Apocalypse Art. You may just experience the complete and final destruction of the world to be, leaving you with the Sunday morning groggies of what the world was just.
This performance is outdoors at a location that is approximately .2 miles from the closest parking spot/drop off point. In order to watch the performance from it’s intended location, audiences will need to access sidewalks with curb cuts and inclined paved paths. CounterPulse will provide a few chairs; please let us know in your ticket notes if you will need a chair.
The performance will include audience traveling approximately .1 miles from the first performance site to the second performance site, by a paved path with curb cuts. If you need a chair, an event staff will carry your chair between sites.
The performance location is .5 miles from the nearest bus step, which is wheelchair accessible and includes paved (closed) roads and curb cut sidewalks.