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¿baby blue?

Created by Gian Perez, Pedro Hernandez & Cameron King
Music by Gian Perez
Directed by Cameron King

June 13 @ 7PM
Ars Nova | 511 W 54 St
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¿baby blue? is the story of an intergalactic war criminal sent to exterminate a poisonous planet in a neighboring galaxy. Told entirely through music using Gian Perez’s first album Baby Blue and his hip-hop project Seymour Strange (¿?), this piece is a multimedia concert experience fusing concert, theater, performance art, and live music video to create a new form.

Production Design & Stage Management by Pedro Hernandez
Costume Design by Nicole Jablonski
Band: Anthony Genovesi, Greg Lou & Spoonuel

Gian Perez is a Puerto Rican artist based in NYC. A multi-instrumentalist, actor, writer, and creative, Gian transcends genres and forms in his work. He performs around NYC regularly with his free jazz/rock trio, SU$HI. Apart from this, he’s an actor, most recently seen in The Comedy of Errors, at The Public Theatre’s Mobile Unit. All music can be found on streaming services or Bandcamp.

Pedro Hernandez is a theatre maker and photographer from Puerto Rico. His past credits include: WICKED National Broadway Tour (Sub ASM), Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway (PA), RENT National Broadway Tour (1st ASM), Rocktopia (Broadway PA), Emojiland (Off Broadway PA, Sub Run Crew), David Dobrik’s VIEWS Tour (PA), and more. His photography can be found in print on several issues of Luna Collective Magazine. You can checkout his photography and videography work at pedrohernandezart.com

Cameron King (she/her) is an unconventional collaborator from New York, NY. Her most recent project is Wyld Woman by Isabel Renner, which has on-going performances around New York City. Additional credits include Other People’s Dead Dads (presented by Zak Biggins), Lizzie: The Rock Musical (Southern Plains Productions), Indian Summer (Bay Street Theater), The Devil is in the Details (Bay Street Theater), Biggest F*cking Lie I Ever Told (At Home Artists’ Project), Arlington (Group 404), Exalted (IRT Theater), and Cloud 9 (TheaterLab). Upcoming: The Ballad of Keith King at Seven House Gallery and Silent Sky in a planetarium with Southern Plains Productions. Cameron runs a traveling artist collective that helps nourish new projects through community. LaGuardia Arts graduate. BFA: Carnegie Mellon. cameronking.org