About Dan Fishback

Dan Fishback has been making surreal, political queer theater in NYC since 2003. His new play, YOU WILL EXPERIENCE SILENCE, runs in April, 2009 at Dixon Place, and was developed through the Six Points Fellowship for Emerging Jewish Artists. In 2006, Performance Space 122 presented a mini-festival of his work in NO DIRECTION HOMO: The Many Identical Personae of Dan Fishback. Earlier pieces, including Please Let Me Love You and Boi with an i, have been performed at venues like Galapagos Art Space, Dixon Place, Brooklyn Arts Exchange and the Sidewalk Cafe. Fishback's essay, "Times Are Changing, Reb Tevye," was published in "Mentsh: On Being Jewish and Queer" (Alyson Books, 2004). Fishback's band, Cheese On Bread, has toured Europe and North America, and recently released their new album, "The Search for Colonel Mustard," in the United States and Japan. As a solo artist, he has released several recordings, and will drop his new full length studio album, "Mammal," in 2010. He has shared stages with Ani Difranco and Kimya Dawson as part of the punk dance troupe Underthrust. Fishback regularly visits colleges all over the country to speak on queer and Jewish identity formation. He blogs at www.danfishback.com

Chanukah, Lube, and Socialism

By March 31, 2009

Stephen says, "Spit in your hand and lube up his butthole before you mount his ass.  This can’t be that play that shows gay sex but doesn’t address the realities of lube."  Joseph complies and starts humping Max, who is … Read More