A new episode in the W Hot Culture saga: Wigglesworth investigates the mysterious appearance of hundreds of tombstones around New York. A phenomena that leads to a network of powerful people and celebrities, including Cabaret Performer Justin Vivian Bond.
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Dadabomb, Giants Are Small’s one night only event that took place at the White Box and The Box in New York City, was one of the most sought-after party/show in the city. As part of the Zurich Meets New York Festival, organized by the Swiss Consulate in New York, Dadabomb will remain in the 200 guests’ memory as a historical moment of Neo Dadaism…
Giants Are Small had invited a phenomenal roaster of performers to celebrate the theme of the evening: The Death of Privacy — from New York cultural icon Justin Vivian Bond, who performed a duet with opera star Anthony Roth Costanzo, to American Ballet Theatre’s Craig Salstein and the Intermezzo Dancers, from Broadway director Doug Hughes, to Swiss performer Clarina Bezzola and other phenomenal guests (Magician Geoff Sobelle, Drummer Swiss Chris, Didgeridoo genius Marc Mueller, the Polka Brothers and performers David Prum and Julianna Zarzycki), the evening was a feast of talents at work.