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The stage is owned by you. While the NSYNC dance hit Tearin’ Up My Heart reaches its orgasm, spin around and slip ahead on the knees, extending your fingertips towards your adoring fans. Take in in their rapturous applause.
Using one degree, the pupils in this Reed theater workshop are learning how to perform a vintage boy-band routine through the 1990s. But for a much much deeper degree, these are typically understanding how to perform masculinity itself—or one taste from it, anyhow.
“Performing masculinity means using up area,” describes Max Voltage, a Portland drag master that is leading the pupils through the routine. “We’re taught that femininity is performative, and masculinity is not. But there is however a place that enables for emotions and sensibility in masculinity—for just a brief time and maybe perhaps not for the old—that’s called boy musical organization.”
Portland drag master Max Voltage (center) executes as Peter Pansy within the child musical organization Turnback Boyz. meaparte.com
Voltage, who works as Peter Pansy into the kid musical organization Turnback Boyz, is regarded as two regional performance performers who’ve been invited to lead a workshop on drag as part of Theatre 280, Gender and Theatre, taught by Prof. Devamını Oku