Red and Boiling
 

Red and Boiling

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Our Story

Lesbian porn! Just kidding -- for once we tell our own narrative. Red and Boiling is a whimsical drag and shadow puppet show created by Noga Yechieli Wind and Joshua Rivas about queer womyn and their lives beyond the act of coming out. Do you know what lies behind the flannels and pick up trucks, when they are full three dimensional beings? Hasadick does. Hasadick will take you through a world of striking shadow puppetry using comedy and lip sync. Hasadick’s journey explores the lives of queer womyn and non-binary individuals from different countries, religions, ethnicities, and ages. We premiered this magical piece at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018 and we are thrilled to be bringing Red and Boiling to Los Angeles this January! Come laugh, celebrate and rediscover your identity with us. Based on hours of real life interviews, every performance changes as new testimonies are shared verbatim. If you share your story with us, it might be in our show the next day. Red and Boiling is like soup, a pot of queer stories, a pinch of drag, a dash of lip sync, a few slices of comedy, and most importantly, salt.

 

 

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Reviews

The List ★★★★

Broadway Baby ★★★★

Twitter

Can’t recommend Red and Boiling enough! Essential viewing for queer folk of all stripes(& allies too). Beautiful stories, razor sharp delivery and shadow puppets! I mean, shadow puppets alone should be enough (but it’s so much more!)
Queer women of edfringe! Red and Boiling is a show for us..
Thanks for your wonderfully life-affirming show ‘Red and Boiling’...Much more than simply a welcome representation of queer womyn @edfringe
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Just saw the final show of #RedandBoiling and it was an incredibly poignant and moving show of authentic true stories. Hosted by @theHasadick. I’d definitely go see it again!
 
 

Hasadick

 
 
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Hasadick

Performer

Hasadick was born somewhere over the rainbow. He is perfectly gay and perfectly Jewish. His family encouraged him to come out before he even realized he was gay, so when he actually decided to come out no one was surprised. His mom just looked at him blankly said "Of course we knew. I don't care, all I want to know is are you hungry?" It was a very underwhelming experience. This deep trauma of perfect acceptance tortured him for years, and is the root of what led him to become a performer. On stage is the only place he can get his moment in the spotlight, coming out over and over again at every opportunity he can get, seeking the shock mixed with affirmation he always wanted.


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