UNO Online After Dark

Livestream Series
UNO Online After Dark
Uno Fest
  • Dates: May 7, 2021 - May 8, 2021
  • Location:
  • Performed: J McLaughlin & Lindsay Katsitsakatste Delaronde

Showtimes

May
07
Friday
08:00 pm
May
08
Saturday
08:00 pm

As part of UNO Online we are offering free online programming. This livestream series will be available to view live on our Facebook and Instagram live, and can be viewed on demand at later dates.

Join us for these performances in the UNO Online After Dark livestream series hosted live on our Facebook and Instagram. Each performance will feature a different artist in a 20-30 minute set broadcast live from The Metro Studio.

Artist schedule

May 7 – What’s Wrong? with Jay McLaughlin

Watch J’s video HERE.

1,799 SECONDS OF UNDISTILLED RAGE+JOY+PATHOS STRAIGHT FROM MY HEARTBRAIN TO YOUR ETERNAL FLAME.BURN WITH ME
J McLaughlin is a shy, queer anarcho-bourgeois musician and performer from Victoria, BC. They have been entertaining, enthralling & occasionally terrorizing burlesque, drag, stand-up, theatrical & music audiences for over 20 years. Working from deep within an incandescent cathedral of optimistic rage, McLaughlin’s solo performances use intimate narrative, dark humour, & wild ribaldry to deconstruct the cognitive dissonance of living within a cisheteronormative imperialist white supremacist capitalist patriarchy.UNO Fest said: “Jay McLaughlin has the ability to make people laugh out loud. Okay, sometimes she gets a little creepy. But sometimes she blurts out some image so shocking & gorgeous it rewires your brain.”

May 8 – Star Dancer

Watch Lindsay’s video HERE.

A new short work from Lindsay Katsitsakatste Delaronde.

Midwife: Jo Leslie
Co- choreographer: The Stars

Accessibility
Our apologies. The Facebook auto captions did not work for these performances. A transcript of What Would Jay McLaughlin Do can be viewed here. 

Showtimes

May
07
Friday
08:00 pm
May
08
Saturday
08:00 pm

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