Sydnie L. Mosley Dances presents as a part of International Anti-Street Harassment Week: The Window Sex Project
A dance-theater work that tackles sexual harassment on the street.
Friday, March 23, 7:30pm
The Red Carpet Theater at Taino Towers
240 E. 123rd St. at 2nd Avenue
New York, New York 10035
Tickets: $20 | include Wine & Treats Reception and Performance
Post Performance Discussion with Artists, Activists and Community Leaders
The Window Sex Project restores agency to women by equipping them to manage street harassment, and uses the body, the site of harassment, as a mode of political action. The artists join in support of organizers worldwide in order to speak out against gender-based street harassment during International Anti-Street Harassment Week, March 18-24, 2012. Choreography devised by Sydnie L. Mosley in collaboration with the dancers and members of the Harlem community. Sound score by Ebonie Smith. Featuring excerpts of the one woman show "Can I Get a Smile?" by Leah King. Dancers: Sarah Chien, Denae Hannah, Carrie Plew, Candace Thompson.