Sunday, November 19, 3:00 p.m.
P. Inman & A Flood of Emotions
@ DC Arts Center
P. Inman was born in 1947 and grew up on Long Island when it was still viewed as the armpit of New York City, rather than the land of millionaires and urban gentrification.  Upon escape, he, in alphabetical order: became a Communist; managed to find lasting employment; matriculated at an overpriced university; retired from the above-mentioned employment with a spotless disciplinary record; and upon retirement rejoined the workforce to work for AFSCME, the labor union.  His works include, in chronological order: Platin (Sun & Moon); Ocker (Tuumba Press); Think of one (Potes & Poets); Red shift, then criss cross (both with Roof Books); vel (O Books); at. least.; (Krupskaya); Ad finitum, then Written, 1976-2013 (both with if p then q.)
Flood of Emotions is about intensely loving your friends, singing about them, talking about one night, finding out what you can do with the power you have conjured up in a group, taking care of each other, wearing each other, and writing songs for each other to sing. With campy choreography set to experimental music and experimental turtlenecks worn with traditional body clothes, Flood of Emotions will flip your expectations unless you are expecting to do a cozy kind of intense somersault.  By Theresa Columbus.  Music by Theresa Columbus and Aaron Smith.
Stephanie Barber
Theresa Columbus
John Eaton
Doyun Lee
Megan Livingston
Elizabeth Downing
Ruby Fulton
Aaron Smith


2438 18th Street in Adams Morgan
(south of Columbia Rd. on the west side of the street)
All readings are on third Sundays at 3 PM, Admission $5, FREE for DCAC members