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Good and Noble Beings

Ann Marie Dorr and Paul Ketchum

at The Brick

January 16 @ 7pm and 8pm followed by a party

January 17 @ 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm followed by a karaoke party 

Good and Noble Beings started as an adaptation of Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari’s seminal poststructuralist text A Thousand Plateaus, and has ended up being an encapsulation of the personal lives of the creators.  We invite you enter the experience for as much time or as little as you would like to.  Manifestations of our adaptation and experience will occur throughout the ticketed performance times at our opening on 1/16/20 and our day long exhibition on 1/17/20. Buy a ticket for 1/17 3pm and stay until 9pm, come at 4pm and stay for 20 minutes, it's all cool.

Created with:

Jeff Aaron Bryant

Dallas Estes

Kimberly Golding 

Kedian Keohan 


Vanessa Toro


We are on a deep dive into the words of Deleuze and Guattari, and we illustrate their philosophy with illustrative examples from our own lives (how we contracted STIs, long term relationships, break ups) and interests (High Fives, Tinder, Thirst Traps, and Julia Childs' cooking), and encourage an IRL radical reimagining of how the world works while having fun.

Good and Noble Beings is the fun time, sad story, personal memoirs of a group of people who decided to say  #f*ckit and stage an adaptation of a seminal poststructuralist text. #rhizomes #bodywithoutorgans #deleuze #dmifinterested

*Photo credit: Kevin Frest

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