$15 Cover @ the Door ($10 Advance) / Start 7pm / Doors 6:30pm
All Together Now is a Boston-based multidisciplinary event series that make space for women, people of color, and queer performers.
All Together Now is a multidisciplinary event that makes space for women, people of color, and queer performers.
Every installment features a range of performance genres and performer identities. We're thrilled to be back at The Lilypad, a venue that has partnered with and nurtured the series from the start, for Installment #9, the first of 2019.
Jane Hyoun-Ju Park
Jane Hyoun-Ju Park is a Korean-American songwriter, local to Boston, who writes and performs as Poor Eliza. Her latest EP Ghost Town was released last year in conjunction with a her first 35-city tour. You can follow her on facebook and instagram (@pooreliza). Jane also produces local, variety show Asian Glow (@asianglowboston), which is a performance series dedicated to the Boston Asian Diaspora. She is very grateful to Anna Rae and All Together Now for continuing to believe in her work as an artist.
Catherine Siller’s multimedia performances walk the line between performance art and dance, playfully critiquing gender stereotypes and Western beauty ideals. She uses custom software to insert her body into digital spaces, performing gestures inspired by models, the media, and everyday life as she dances with imagery appropriated from advertising and popular culture. Catherine holds an MFA in Digital + Media from RISD and a BA from Harvard. She currently lives and works in Somerville, MA.
Visit catherinesiller.com for more information.
Kay Wattz is a female Hip-Hop Artist and songwriter. She was born and raised in Boston, MA. She started writing, rhyming, and creating songs when she was 15 years old. Music has been her motivation, outlet, and meaningful expression. “Live As If You Were To Die Tomorrow, Learn As If You Were To Live Forever” -Ghandi. This quote is tatted on her left arm and she has shown to stand firmly by it. Some of her musical influences are Nas, Lauren Hill, and 50 Cent. Shes makes music not only as a creative outlet but for people who may not always be confident to speak up and hope that her music may be a spark just as her influences have been for her. The way she carries herself can be described as bold, strong-minded, and passionate. She affirms she is this way because when she was younger she experienced people urging her to fit a mold that didn't align with her authenticity. She witnessed others travel similar road and saw spirit stifled and knew the blueprint she followed would be her own. Kay Wattz self identifies as a proud Black alpha female (stud) & member of LGBTQ community. She believes her music and it’s messages are universal as she still represents her community and stands firm in what she believes.
Rex Mac is an Asian American, Boston based hip hop musician, organizer, and journalist. Since 2012, Rex has built a discography of entirely self-produced projects. His latest album, ABLOOM, is a dense, thoughtful ode to mental health in flux. It has received glowing review in Verge Campus, Allston Pudding, Millennial Noise, Mmmmaven, and Boston Hassle. Rex is a contributing writer for Boston A&E websites, Boston Hassle & Know Your Scene. Ultimately, Rex Mac is a monk—Boston’s quietest renaissance man. But he’s a n act destined to bloom on a national front at any moment.
Braden Nesin is endlessly curious and forever fascinated by all the ways people are different, and the ways we're the same. These days Braden mostly takes pictures of butts for a living, which is pretty rad, but they cut their teeth shooting punk shows and dimly lit dances and are proud of their ability to get killer photos in any situation, from lit studios to mosh pits.
Supported by The Boston Foundation through a Live Arts Boston 2019 grant