Rob Roth Previews the Black Party, a ‘Night to Let Go of Your Inhibitions’ By Brian Sloanmarch | March 29, 2017This Saturday night, thousands of gay men will don leather
Jackie 60 was a laboratory for performance work that didn't belong in a theater but wasn't traditional nightclub fare either. By Johanna Fateman | A musician, writer, and an owner
Up Late: A Conversation with Rob Roth BY VICTORIA TRIPSAS | JULY 8, 2016On July 21, as part of Friends of the High Line's first-ever Up Late event on the
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Honoring SILENCE=DEATH COLLECTIVE. Leslie-Lohman Museum Summer Benefit clebrating the power of art & social justice. Enjoy fun music, delicious beverages and hors d’oeuvres. DJ: BILLY BEYOND
Rob’s mysterious canine character, Craig, is a damaged, fragile, mute creature who finds his only form of communication to be through music, along with a heavily-relied upon bottle of whiskey.
This ‘meditation on the muse’ explores the parallel vulnerabilities of the sexually confident beautiful woman—the screen goddess—and the effeminate homosexual male—her adoring follower. Roth will perform the original music from the upcoming production.
On this night of love, we invite you into the depths of your senses where sight, sound and flavor tell the tale. Join us in the darkest forest, in the shadows of your fantasies while we whisper into your ear…. The Story of Red.