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    Performing at Dixon Place 8/19 at 7.30pm

    Dixon Place Present

    WHAT’S MY WORTH? (without you,you & you) by Marie Christine Katz & BATTERY POWERED SONATA by Valerie Kuehne/The Super Coda 

    TUESDAY, AUGUST 19th, 7:30PM  at 161A Chrystie Street NYC    212 2190736

    Estimated Runtime 40 minutes $10 suggested donation at the door 






    Images of "What's my Worth?"


    What's my Worth? Performed at the Art Cafe as part of Work in Progress curated by Ana Holly at Art Cafe photo by Jimi 

    Presented as a solo performance 2012 

    The "Story Teller" Marie Christine Katz Presented at No Longer Empty 

     The "Judge & Auctioneer", Robert James Anderson

    The "Voice" Ruth Pfaneuf.

    Exhibit#1 One of the sculptural element that is modified during the performance, remains from the performance,13"W x 37"L x 4"D Lint. thread, hanger, wire, needle.

    Please note that you can view the "What's my Worth?" journal, the seed of this project featured in Itch      


    What's my Worth? 7/15 at The Art Cafe

    I am delighted to invite you to my performance  "What's my worth" presented by Ana Holly and Art Cafe for more details please see the Facebook page

    "What's my worth" the performance is based on a journal project I started in 2008 prompted by the economical climate. The premise is that what was not spent; was earned and the effect of your choices on the environment. 


    What's my Worth?

    Hello Everyone,  

    I am delighted to invite you to my performance "Whats my worth" as part of Dixon Place's In The Lounge program. Saturday April 26th, 7:30 p.m at 161A Christie Street, New York, NY 10002. Free

    Performing with me are Logan Ford, Ruth Phaneuf & Robert Anderson 

    "What's my worth?" began in reaction to the 2008 economic downturn, recording savings, earnings and splurges in a journal. It proved that what was saved was earned, leading to a performance/installation, exposing the relationship of financial gain and identity, especially as an artist, as well as the consequences of choices we make on our surroundings. 
    Dixon Place, a non-profit organization, was founded in 1986 by Ellie Covan to provide a space for literary and performing artists to create and develop new works in front of a live audience. Their mission is to support and nurture the development of new work and work in progress from diverse artists.  



    Wilde Nights

    Hello everyone,
    I am thrilled to invite you to Terry Quinn's "Wilde Nights" 
    at Saint Francis College, directed by Deborah Wright Houston.
    Performed by Robert Anderson, Logan Ford & Marie Christine Katz.
    The play is presented by Nick & The Chicks
    Thursday April 24th at 11am
    7th Floor Theater - 180-182 Remsen Street, Brooklyn Heights

    See What to do in DownTown Brooklyn

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