A subversive fusion of cabaret, political tirade and stark raving fabulousness, Taylor Mac’s Herald Angel Award-winning solo piece is both visually surreal and compellingly human. Accompanied only by outrageous costumes and a ukelele, this New York performance art legend sings songs about love, mermaids, subway safety directives and revolution.

Taylor Mac is a theatre artist who blends performance art, playwriting, acting, musical composition, and direction to create solo and ensemble pastiches. He has performed in at least one hundred different venues ranging from Stockholm’s Sodre Teatern to New York Public Theatre. He is the recipient of the Edinburgh Festival’s Herald Angel Award, P.S. 122’s first ever Ethyl Eichelberger Award for artistic excellence, an Edward Albee Foundation Residency, a Peter S. Reed Grant, and The Ensemble Studio Theatre’s New Voices Fellowship in Playwrighting. He was named one of 10 New York Playwrights to Watch in 2005 and one of nytheatre.com’s people of the year in 2006. He is currently a HERE Arts Center resident artist and a member of New Dramatists.