Saturday, October 16, 2010

Wow - Ljublana, Slovenia, that was HOT!

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Check out our entire performance above! Plus we included the post-event Q&A session.

The audience was lovely and Tammy the Tummy was outrageous! Gorka - what a pro! Now, POTICA!!!

(actually party-ca!)
- Maya Deren

Preview of The SHOW!

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We've been hard at work prepping for the performance and live stream today! Check out the clip above - Size Two Pants - our sassy parody of Lady Gaga's Bad Romance. Below, see some images of the show in action. We go LIVE at 2 pm EST, so check back then on our online channel:

- Maya Deren

Live, from Slovenia! Guerrilla Girls On Tour - If You Can Stand The Heat

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Today, at 2 PM EST, join us LIVE in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The show, "If You Can Stand The Heat: The History Of Women and Food", is laugh riot of funny feminists aping on the stage. We twist Lady Gaga, bananas and potica into a yummy mush of comedic madness.

On stage are the dynamic duo Julia Child and Aphra Behn. I'm the mouse monkey, in true Maya Deren fashion, shooting and streaming the video live.

And, joining us live today is a class from Purdue University! Welcome!

So watch and interact with us live! I'll be watching the social streams and chat box as we perform.

- Maya Deren

Friday, October 15, 2010

Guerrilla Girls Report From Slovenia!

Guerrilla Girls on Tour heads to Slovenia and does a workshop on street theater. The results are performed in Ljublana's main square. Meet a fresh batch of activists, created under the tutelage of Aphra Behn, Maya Deren and Julia Child.

- Maya Deren

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Day 1 in the CITY OF WOMEN

Maya Deren, Julia Child and I have arrived in the City of Women – aka paradise. Here in Ljubljana, Slovenia we held a street theatre workshop today for about 20 savvy and sassy Slovene feminists. The list of issues they wanted to create street theatre about was probably the longest list we’ve seen in a while but many of the themes we’ve seen before i.e. apathy, lack of art in education and sustainable foods. The group split into 4 smaller groups to work on smaller pieces of street theatre and for an hour we honed down the performances to 4 concise pieces. Then we hit three bridges square to perform. Here are some photos of KNOW! Knowledge, New Art NOW! BE KIND TO ANIMALS, TRY IT HERE, IMMIGRANT APPLES and WRITE ON MY SHIRT. It’s a great day for activism at City Of Women!