About this show
Queer Dance Freakout is an interactive choose-your-own-adventure-spectacle, inspired by the Neo-Futurists’ Infinite Wrench. Celebrating it's 3rd season in Chicago, GFP is composed of queer, trans and/or nonbinary artists & storytellers, who perform an array of devised performance art pieces. Queer Dance Freakout aims to have audiences booty shaking, grooving and connecting with the larger queer community.
Each of the original pieces are around 1 minute in length, and the audience queues the order of these pieces from a “playlist” by verbally calling out the next piece they want to see. Queer Dance Freakout is ever changing; every piece and performance the company writes and choreographs is created from their own life experiences! No Freakout performance is the same, as they devise new work every season (and of course repeat some of their favorites). They can't wait to freakout with you!
About Gender Fucked Productions
Gender Fucked Productions advances trans, non-binary and gender non-conforming equity through creating inclusive spaces, uplifting artists and coalescing radical community. Gender Fucked Productions envisions a world where trans, non-binary and gender non-conforming artists are able to thrive and make art that pushes beyond any binary we could imagine. Queer Dance Freakout is one of many queer programs GFP has created to uplift our community.
Celebrations to note: Gender Fucked Productions celebrated achieving non-profit status this year! Winner of the Audience Choice Award at the Chicago Circus & Performing Arts Festival. Nominated for the 2022 Chicago Reader awards for Best Dance Troupe & Best Dance Production.
Visit www.genderfucked.org to learn more about Gender Fucked Productions central values and full mission statement.
Artist Links: @gender_fucked_productions
Due to the high volume and wide breadth of work we present, we are often not able to proactively offer content advisories for individual performances. However, if you have specific concerns about stage effects (such as strobe lights or fog/haze) that might have a bearing on comfort or well-being, or if you would like to know more about the age appropriateness of the performance, please contact the box office at 312-335-1650.