60-in-Sixty 2018 EditionAbout 60-in-Sixty
Austin’s legendary night of performance returns for 2018 featuring actors, musicians, dancers, painters, thinkers, and unique personalities in wild, original, unpredictable performances. 60 artists. 60 seconds each. Squared. Think of the two shows like fraternal twins: similar but different enough to keep things interesting.
Tickets for both shows are PICK-YOUR-PRICE starting at $15. Your extra contribution goes to support Fusebox and is very much appreciated!
60-in-Sixty was inspired by Nameless Sound’s “60 Minutes of Minutes,” The Neo-Futurist’s, and Cinematexas.
This year we’ve got some 60-in-Sixty legends you know and love as well as several amazing first-timers.
60-IN-SIXTY 2018 ARTISTS
Alexa Capareda: Follow Alexa on Instagram @acapareda Alex Garza
Alexandra Bassiakou Shaw
Andy Miller: Check out Andy on Facebook.
April Kling Meyer: April wrote a play called “Breakfast at Joe’s,” a modern day retelling of a classic book by Truman Capote, directed by Kelsey Altom Kling and produced by Valerie Ward, showing in January 2019.
Aron Taylor: If you haven’t already, you need to experience Aron’s Quick Draw Photo Booth, where the photos are illustrations drawn by a live artist!
Bitchtopher: Follow Bitchtopher on Instagram @bitchtopher
Bradford Kinney: Bradford will be playing a solo set at the Slant Space Gallery on July 19th as Warm Star!
Brent Baldwin: Check out Panoramic Voices’ upcoming season here!
Caroline Wright: Caroline’s art show, “Backyard Love“, opens in New Orleans at Martine Chaisson Gallery on August 4, during White Linen Night. During the opening, she will perform a dance in the gallery along with other women she has danced with while working with Deborah Hay. They will be ecstatic foliage.
CB Goodman: The show “*some humans were harmed in the making of this show” will be at Ground Floor Theatre in September 2018.
Christopher Petkus Cody Ledvina
Cullen Faulk: Line Upon Line’s upcoming concert season starts in September— tickets and dates on lineuponlinepercussion.org. Social media: line upon line percussion on Facebook, and @lulpercussion on Instagram and Twitter.
Hope Irish: Hope’s next show will be at The Lost Horse Saloon, Marfa, TX, on Friday, August 17th at 8pm. Her next sales event will be for Fluri United perfume at the Cherry On Top Market, St. George’s Hall, Marfa, TX, on Saturday, August 18. For more on her music visit www.hopeirish.bandcamp.com and for Fluri United visit www.fluriunited.com
Jaime Salvador Castillo
Jillian Summar: Jillian is a member of the band Milktoast Millie & The Scabby Knees.
John R. Christopher
Katie Bender: Theatre Synesthesia is producing Katie’s play ‘The Fault’ this October.
Kelli Bland: Follow Kelli on Instagram at @blandperson
Kimmothy Cole: Kimmothy is doing a series of small pieces for subscribers called “12 Small Things.” People can sign up to receive 12 monthly pieces that they can engage with in their own spaces, in their own way. Anyone interested in being a part of this community can sign up at patreon.com/kimmothycole or by emailing email@example.com. To find out more about my work as a ritual, visual and performance artist, visit kimmothycole.com.
Maggie Wilhite: Maggie has an online shop at wishcraftgoods.etsy.com!
Marina Peterson Mark Stewart
Matthew Steinke: Matthew has a new installation, “Deliriums”, up until July 30th at Northern Southern Gallery.
Michelle Suzanne Mirsky
Natalie George: Natalie George Productions’ next Cabaret will be August 19th and 20th, 2018.
Rachel Meador: Rachel makes clothes – you can check them out on Instagram @slablove
Rudy Ramirez: Check out Rudy’s work in FuturX Festival at The Vortex August 10-18, 2018.
Tom Swift: Currently appearing as Sheriff Patrick Mueller in “Murder on Sixth”, an immersive/environmental theatre experience produced by LiveIn Theatre and offered by Austin Detours, voted Austin’s #1 tour company.
Vladimir Mejia Zac Crofford
Zachary Muhn: Follow Zachary on Instagram @isabellaandherdinosaur