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NOT NORMAL : The Kind of Thing ( You Don’t Talk About)

March 8, 2017 | 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm


How is this new reality of threats, actions and intimidation affecting you and how do you make sense of it. We want to hear and support your voice.

For the month of March, IRONDALE IS SUSPENDING all REGULAR PERFORMANCES to open the doors of our theatre the Irondale Center that performers, activists other members of the community may publicly respond to the actions and policies of the Trump administration through their art and their concerns.

We offer artists a platform to respond to the challenges of these unique and troubling times. * The lineup for each performance date will be announced soon.*

* Reserve your free tickets HERE for the following performance dates: Saturday March 4, Wednesday March 8, Friday March 10, Saturday March 11, Friday March 17, Saturday March 18, Wednesday March 22, Thursday March 23, Friday March 24.

Read more from Brooklyn Pulp HERE




The Kind Of Thing is a loud, unapologetic, nasty show centered on redefining the perception of survivors of sexual abuse.

The Artists
Asia Gagnon received her BFA in Directing at Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama. She has interned and worked with companies including Mabou Mines, Elevator Repair Service, and (most recently) The Wooster Group. Recent directing credits in New York include the season 2 premiere of Blank My Life (webseries), the debut of The Kind Of Thing You Don’t Talk About (Dixon Place), an original 10 minute play Heat Of The Moment (Tiny Rhino), Chinashop Meet Bulls by playwright Michael Perrie Jr (Standard Toykraft), and the staging of my original play Bright Things (Manhattan Repertory Theatre).

Artist Max Bernstein designs the media aspects for The Kind Of Thing You Don’t Talk About. Max Bernstein was born and raised in Buffalo, NY where he received his BA in Media Studies from University at Buffalo. Bernstein also received an MFA in film from University of Colorado Boulder. He is a media designer for Kaki King, a media designer for Michelle Ellsworth, an associate of the Wooster Group, a member of The Flinching Eye Collective, a member of Friends Of The TANK, and drummer and video designer in the band Eupana.