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101 Avenue A - New York, NY

Marley's Mind (5/28)
Feverdream Lounge
101 Avenue A - New York, NY 10009
Tue May 28 7:00 pm (Doors: 6:30 pm)
21 and up
$0.00 - $10.00 Tickets
Take a deep, wet, dive into comedian, performer, pop-star and overall icon, Marley Gotterer’s Mind. Have you heard of Ms. Frizzle? Yeah, that was based on Marley. Each week she’ll take you on a journey of laughter. A journey of ooo’s and aaaah’s. Some may find it disturbing in her mind, others may find it just oh so funny. 
Each week, Marley and producer Naked Comedy will curate some of New York’s/the world’s best comedians and performers will drop in and strut their stuff. You may see anything from comedy to drag to magic to strip tease to Broadway stars belting your favorite song. Something new and exciting will happen each week, so put it on your gcal right now and press repeat weekly. Prepared to be entertained. Prepare to enter…MARLEY’S MIND. 


Marley's Mind

Marley Gotterer is a multifaceted creative who has worked extensively in writing, directing, performing and digital content creation for 7+ years. She has been seen performing comedy and music at stages all over the country to packed crowds. She’s written and directed videos for Cardi B, Hozier, King Princess, AriZona Iced Tea, Ava Max, Shygirl, Hayley Kiyoko, OLIPOP, Lady Gaga and many, many more pop stars known to gay people. Marley acted in the film, Bust, featuring Lux Pascal that debuted at Sundance this year and will be at Frameline Festival in San Francisco. Recently, Marley performed her solo show: THE MARLEY BOWL HALFTIME SHOW where she took Brooklyn on a musical tushy-shaking adventure. Marley has two monthly shows, Esther & Marley Are Psychic at Littlefield and POP GODS at Club Cumming. She has also written, produced, directed and performed in multiple original plays and musicals at Tony award winning Williamstown Theatre Festival, Wesleyan University, and at stages in New York City. Marley specializes in comedy and how it can be used to make hard-to-chew narratives palatable–mixing the absurd and spectacle with grounded narratives. Marley is also passionate about sports and has a series called Trans Sports Girl, where she investigates anti trans legislation through the lens of sports with humor. Think trans-Borat. She has organized an all trans tennis tournaments in LA and multiple soccer tournaments in NYC. Cultivating community is an imperative part of Marley’s work. In the same vein, her photo series, Queering the Gym, has been featured in The Huffington Post and other news outlets, where she poses in heels while lifting hundreds of pounds. Currently Marley works for HBO supporting their LGBTQ+ titles. 

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