THE FEATH3R THEORY (TF3T) is a thought-provoking dance theater company. In collaboration with dancers, actors, filmmakers, musicians, photographers, lighting and graphic designers, TF3T exploits and excavates popular culture into humane and affecting dance-theater experiences that seeks to popularize courage and empathy.
TF3T was founded in 2009, when Artistic Director, Raja Feather Kelly, Premiered FANMAIL, a movement solo dedicated to his interest and infatuation with the life and work of Andy Warhol. New York Theater Review describes Kelly’s Warhol-inspired productions as “too viscerally engaging to turn away from” and Kelly himself as “a mad scientist of an artist.” TF3T has since been featured in The Brooklyn Rail, Hyperallergic, OUT.COM, Culturebot, chosen multiple times as a Critics’s and Editor’s Pick for Time Out New York, Flavorpill and The New York Times.
THE WARHOL SERIES
Another Fucking Warhol Production or Who's Afraid of Andy Warhol? (2017) is an American docufiction performance, a post-ballet theatre musical that reimagines and attempts to re-create the unrecorded, deleted and lost footage from Saturday Night Live's 2015 Episode on Love and War (The Love Episode).
TROPICO, (2016) a graphic-novel conceived and written by raja feather kelly and a live dance- theater production performed by the feath3r theory, loosely-inspired by Lana Del Rey’s short film of a similar name.
Another 37 Reasons to Cry (2015) takes inspiration from film noir to create a work that is dark, minimalist, mysterious and cinematic.
COLOR ME, WARHOL (2015) is Raja Feather Kelly's interpretation of Andy Warhol's vision of the iconic musical A Chorus Line as Warhol would have imagined it.
DRELLA (2009) is a movement-based drag performance essay inspired by Andy Warhol’s alter ego.