Lucy Sexton
Lucy Sexton has worked in the performing arts in different capacities for more than twenty-five years. She recently developed and directed Tom Murrin’s The Talking Show; The Magical Ridiculous Journey of Alien Comic at Performance Space 122. With Anne Iobst, she co-created the award-winning dance-performance group DANCENOISE, which performed extensively in New York (Pyramid Club, LaMama, Performance Space 122, Lincoln Center), in the UK (The Green Room, Duckie, Glasgow’s Mayfest, national tour with Queer Up North), and around the world (Israel, Mexico, France, Germany, Japan). In 2007, working with Kathleen Russo, she developed and directed the Obie-Award winning off-Broadway show, Spalding Gray, Stories Left to Tell. Sexton also produced Charles Atlas’s documentary The Legend of Leigh Bowery for the BBC and Arte, and is currently producing a new documentary by Charles Atlas on Antony and the Johnsons. She has also recently taken on the task of producing the NY Dance and Performance “Bessie” Awards. As a performer she has appeared in the work of Alien Comic, Charles Atlas, David Gordon, Jo Andres, Mimi Goese, Heidi Dorow, Steve Buscemi and Mark Boone Jr, Ishmael Houston-Jones, Richard Move, Sarah Schulman, and Alain Buffard among others. Performing as The Factress for the past ten years, Sexton hosts a randomly occurring live talk show, The Lucy Show, with co-host Mike Iveson, a.k.a. Vendetta “Baby Asparagus” K. Starr.
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