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(photo: Russ Rowland)

Madame Lynch

Now through June 15 at New Ohio Theater, 8 pm (select shows at 4 pm and 7 pm): $25 http://newohiotheatre.org/madamelynch.htm

Theater artists Normandy Sherwood and Craig Flanigin, who together run the pany The Drunkard’s Wife, are always up to something colorful. They specialize in the zany, the musical, the site-specific, the historically-inspired. Their latest creation, Madame Lynch, is sure to be no different. It centers around the self-proclaimed “Empress of Paraguay” Eliza Lynch, a woman who is not in fact from Paraguay but from Ireland. To help tell this tale of imperialism, they’ve enlisted the Paraguayan “folkloric dance group” Ballet Panambí Vera as choreographic collaborators.

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Art This Week: Photography After Stonewall, IRL Investigation, Jojo Abot

(image by John Paul Evans, via Soho Photo Gallery / Facebook)

Photography After Stonewall
Opening Tuesday, June 4 at Soho Photo Gallery, 6 pm to 8 pm. On view through June 29.

As I’m sure you’ve heard (and if you haven’t, you might want to broaden the types of media you consume), it’s the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots this year, and it’s Pride month. Events memorating this historic milestone can be found pretty much everywhere you look, including at the Soho Photo Gallery, which will be showing creative photography works from 23 living artists making work about queerness today. The pieces on view include portraits, abstract works, documentations of romance and love, images that have more of an editorial flair, and more.

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Photos: The Bright Side of a Washed-Out Governors Ball

Attendees at Governors Ball’s main stage during The 1975’s set on Saturday afternoon (left pic) and moments after being told to evacuate after Nas’s set on Sunday night.

Legitimately dangerous weather marred the last day of this year’s Governors Ball, overshadowing what was otherwise an awesome event. Friday was gorgeous and the late rain predicted for Saturday never came. Whenever possible, attendees enjoyed the relatively mud-free man-made meadow on Randall’s Island’s western edge. But a mandatory evacuation on Sunday didn’t make anyone happy, and some thought its implementation was downright unsafe. More →

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The ‘Shining’ Girls Showed Up to This Exhibit of Twins Photos

The attendees of Twin Flames’ opening in its main room inspired by The Shining.

Fresh off his solo show Cactus Dreams last month, photographer Justin Aversano is back with Twin Flames, an exhibition of Polaroid and large-format-film prints of 100 pairs of twins. The expansive, lavishly presented show, featuring work taken over the past two years, has been wowing audiences during its two weeks at Superchief NY in Ridgewood. It closes Saturday night with a ballroom party hosted by The Bailey Twins, who also posed for Aversano’s project. More →

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Performance Picks: Patti Smith Drag, A Disappearing Band, and More

(image via Queer as in F$ck You / Facebook)

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Queer as in Fuck You Presents Just Kids
Thursday, May 30 at Otto’s Shrunken Head, 10:30 pm: $10

Though technically Pride month doesn’t kick off till June, there’s no reason you shouldn’t enjoy some good old fashioned queer performance before then (and, of course, during Pride month too). Tonight, it’s the return of Vylette Tendency’s punk drag showcase Queer as in Fuck You, taking up residence at East Village bar for tiki weirdos, Otto’s Shrunken Head. This time, they’re paying tribute to the OG punk poet, Patti Smith. Grab a drink, park yourself in the back room, and have a queer old time watching performances by C’était BonTemps, Ash Blight, Chris of Hur, and winner of this year’s Brooklyn Nightlife Award for Drag King of the Year, God plex. More →

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Brooklyn’s Secret Party Boat Says ‘Save Our Ship’

(Photo via POP Yachts)

The Schamonchi, aka the Bushwick Boat, might be one of Brooklyn’s best-kept secrets: a former 650-passenger ferry docked in Newtown Creek, tucked behind a lumber yard, that’s used for Burning Man-style parties and other word-of-mouth events. Now the creatives who consider the 6,000-square-foot, 130-foot-long boat their munity space are trying to raise money to fix up the ailing, 41-year-old vessel. More →