Trained as a sculptor whose primary medium is clay, Britt Moseley’s performance works uses stream of consciousness processes either in the writing of the script or the performance of the show, and visually the shows take on an ad-hoc, ‘just barely nailed together’ aesthetic. He has shown his original performance works at LaMama’s Club Theater, Greenwich House Pottery, Phipps Conservatory in Pittsburgh, Silas Marder Gallery, the Long Island Nature Conservancy, and Pratt Institute, where he studied with Theodora Skiptares of whom he has performed for in her last three shows at LaMama’s Ellen Stewart Theater: Prometheus Within, The Chairs, and Six Characters. Last January he was featured as lead puppeteer in “Marcel and Man Ray” directed by Sarah Holcomb in “Labapalooza” at the St. Annes Warehouse and in a group show at Dixon Place. He is also engaged with radio-plays and podcasts, his current project being an ongoing science fiction, improv music and comedy saga “Poppa Squash: 2000” which he and his collaborator Sean Petell stream live every Tuesday from 7-9 PM on Pratt Radio, WPIR.
Zoë Aqua is a violinist, composer and educator based in Brooklyn, NY. Quickly becoming an in-demand player in the klezmer scene, Zoë is a co-founder of Tsibele and performs with klezmer bands Litvakus, Fraydele and Ternovka. She is comfortable playing in a variety of styles and can be seen with bands from the French-reggae group Blue Dahlia to Calpulli Mexican Dance Company. In 2016, she composed music for and performed in “Song and Dance You”, an original dance piece about minstrelsy and Black Lives Matter. A selection from the piece was featured in the Bessie Awards on the mainstage of BAM, and performed for over an audience of over a thousand people.