Dixon Place presents
Comics Performances and Picture Shows, hosted by R. Sikoryak.
Live readings, music, and projected presentations of cartoons, graphic novels, and other visual art, presented by writers, artists, musicians, and voice actors.
Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018 at 7:30 pm
Dixon Place, 161A Chrystie Street (btwn Rivington & Delancey), NYC
Tickets: $15 (advance), $18 (at the door),
$12 (students/seniors/idNYC in advance, $15 at the door)
Advance tickets & info: www.dixonplace.org (212) 219-0736
(The Dixon Place Lounge is open before, during, and after the show. All proceeds directly support DP’s mission and artists.)
Angela Fanche is a cartoonist/illustrator currently residing in Brooklyn, NY.
Cynthia Kaplan is the author of two books of humorous personal essays, Why I’m Like This: True Stories and Leave the Building Quickly, and is founder of the comedy rock band The Cynthia Kaplan Ordeal. Her writing and music can be found at www.cynthiakaplan.com.
Cartoonist/writer John Kovaleski is the creator of the comic strips “Daddy Daze” and “Bo Nanas”, and contributes to MAD Magazine.
Jeffrey Lewis is best known for albums of folk and rock music, but he also makes comic books, including a self-published series called Fuff, and has worked on projects with organizations such as the History Channel and The New York Times.
Jeanne Martinet is the author of eight books–including the bestselling THE ART OF MINGLING, a novel called ETIQUETTE FOR THE END OF THE WORLD, and DC Comics parody TRUER THAN TRUE ROMANCE, which was chosen as one of the “10 Funniest Books of all Time” by Inc.com
Michael Rex has written dozens of books for children, but wanted to use swear words so he wrote a book for adults under the name “P. Shauers.”