IMPRESSIONS: Juliana F. May’s “Folk Incest” at Abrons Arts Center
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Leslie Cuyjet in Juliana F. May's Folk Incest at Abrons Arts Center. Photo by Ian Douglas.
Which of the following offends you? a. Toddlers eating each other out b. A woman, her body arranged like a three-legged table, gyrating her pelvis c. Holocaust porn d. A cheerleader chant entreating, “don’t f*cking do it” Regardless of what letter you choose, all of the above appears (a and c are referenced while b and d are performed) in Juliana F. May’s Folk Incest, which received its world premiere at Abrons Arts Center. There’s plenty more too, much of it unprintable and/or indescribable for publication. For the easily offended, you will likely be offended. And yet, for as shocking as the 45-minute work may be to some, I . . .
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