Tess Dworman is a Brooklyn-based choreographer and performer originally from Chicago, IL. For the last 10 years she has presented work across New York City and performed in the works of many choreographers. Most recently, she has performed with choreographers Juliana May and Hilary Clark. Tess' newest work "A Child Retires" will be presented by the Chocolate Factory Theater in November 2019.


Isaac (for now) Gotterer is a performer, slut, artist, whore, etc. after graduating from Wesleyan University as a double major in Theater and Feminist, Gender, Sexuality Studies, they are searching for their path in life and for a sugar daddy so if you know any please don’t be afraid to reach out. thank you.


Heather Lynn Johnson is a poet, photographer and a performance artist living in Brooklyn. She is the author of The Survival Guide For Queer Black Youth (Inpatient Press, 2017) and the 2017 literary fellow for the Queer|Art|Mentorship program. Johnson's work is characterized by its lyricism and cultural critique. Her formal approach to the narrative, whether visual or poetic, is distinguished by her willingness to lay bare her own existence. She is currently working on her next book of poetry I Owe You Nothing. Johnson received an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and her BA from Columbia College Chicago.