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“On Fixation”

18 Aug “On Fixation”

(Photo: Lawrence Chit)

Performance: “On Fixation” by alumns Angela Washko, Nathaniel Sullivan & Michelle Levy
Dixon Place, 161 Chrystie Street, New York, $15, 7:30 p.m.
Named one of the top things to do in NYC by the Observer
“On Fixation” offers three performances about men and mythology. Angela Washko tells the story of a feminist’s Internet exchanges with a misogynist male pick-up artist; Michelle Levy shares the legacy of her father “Lucky” Levy’s success as a salesman whose good fortune later declined; and Nathaniel Sullivan tells a story of the recent financial crisis through the imaginary love letters of JP Morgan Chase CEO James Dimon.
Hezzie Phillips
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