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Stay Mad, Make Art

  • The Center at West Park 165 W 86th Street New York United States (map)

Three Angry Ladies (Emily Perkins-Margolin, Emma Clarkson, and Shayna O'Neill) present

STAY MAD, MAKE ART: A Benefit Concert for Immigrant Families Together.

Featuring Diana Oh and Hosted by Vodka Stinger.

With performances by:
Dane Figueroa Edidi
Vira Slywotzky & Clint Edwards
Nadia Quinn
Chris Gabo & The Brainius (Christopher Gabriel Núñez)
Ciana Miceli
Kennedy Kanagawa
Rachel McKinney
Abbey Immer

Plus raffles for theatre tickets, handcrafted jewelry, tarot readings, and more!

All proceeds will support Immigrant Families Together, a network of Americans committed to rapid response unification of families separated by the zero tolerance policy.

This benefit concert has been organized with the goal of maximizing charitable contributions by eliminating overhead costs wherever possible. The time and talent of every artist, technician, designer, and producer has been donated. The Center at West Park has donated its space, time, and equipment free of charge. Concessions, beverages, and raffle items are being donated by various organizations and individuals.

Immigrant Families Together (IFT) is a rapid response group of volunteers who galvanized around the crises provoked by the zero-tolerance policy. They raise money to bail out parents and reunite them with their families, and they provide ongoing support legal, medical, housing, clothing, food, and more to these families as they proceed through heir legal cases. More information at

Three Angry Ladies is a group of New York City-based women working in the arts, who recognize the urgency of the political and social crises of 2019, and seek to effect positive change in the wider community by tapping into the resources and the desire for action of the theatre and arts community. Shayna ONeill is a freelance AEA Stage Manager in NYC and the Production Manager of the Yale Baroque Opera Project in New Haven, CT. Emily Louise Perkins is an actor, writer, and theatre-maker based in New York. Emma Clarkson is the Associate Production Manager at the Manhattan School of Music.

Earlier Event: September 14
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Later Event: September 19
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