Studio 3R Performances 2022

By Arts On Site (other events)

30 Dates Through Jul 16, 2022

A new performance space in the heart of the East Village, Studio 3R features a series of evening length works of music, theater, and dance.

PERFORMANCES: 6:30PM & 8:30PM   




As part of our ARTS IN SIGHT FESTIVAL, we are highlighting queer and/or trans artists in the NQT QUEER & TRANS FESTIVAL. Every night of the festival Program A will run at 6:30 and Program B will run at 8:30.


ANTONIO AMOR (he/they) is a Boylesque/Draglesque entertainer located in Jersey City and actively working in the New York City nightlife. Combining the elements of vogue, drag, and the art of strip, he seeks to create a production every time he hits the stage. Antonio brings beauty, grace, sex, sass, and a whole lot of ASS. He was born in the ballroom, has been forged in the flames of drag, and is Red HOT as Jersey City's Premier Latino Boylesque Entertainer. He is the Boylesque Babe of Jersey City, Antonio Amor. 

THE BANG GROUP, directed by choreographer David Parker and dancer Jeffrey Kazin, straddles percussive and contemporary dance forms and is known for its wit, innovation and devotion to craft. TBG was founded in 1995 and has performed and toured widely in both the US and Europe ever since.

PRETTYPRETTY is an NYC based Queer pity party pop duo made up of Marcos René Ospina and Ray Elizabeth. prettypretty emphasizes clown friendship, feels like a bedazzled combat boot, and sounds like the loudest creatures you hear in the night. They have been found around the city at Dixon Place, Sidewalk Cafe, Permafrost Theatre Collective, Show and Tell, Rebel Playhouse, Arts on Site, Baby’s All Right, and National Queer Theater. Two years after prettypretty's Dixon Place mainstage musical Type Me Queer, Mar and Ray find themselves spelunking through the bones, abandoned apartments, and hollow fantasies of the East Village. Come excavate with us if you dare.


AYLA XUÂN CHI SULLIVAN (they/them) is a Black and Vietnamese, non-binary, performance artist from the lands of the Cheyenne, Arapahoe, and Ute colonially known as Denver, CO. Harlem based, Sullivan is the inaugural New Visions Fellow of National Queer Theatre and the Dramatists Guild. Their work has been showcased at MCC Theatre, The Other Side of Silence, throughout Denver, and briefly in Dakar, Senegal. They have been published in American Theatre, The Dramatist, Playbill, Westword, and 303Magazine. They are currently developing two television series with SMAC Entertainment.

A company member of Third Rail Projects since 2011, ALBERTO DENIS has been an original collaborating cast member in several of the company’s preeminent works including their Bessie’s Awards winning “Then She Fell” originating the role of Lewis Carroll as well as playing the role of Doctor. completing over 1200 peroformances, “The Grand Paradise” which ran for 11 months in 2016 to critical acclaim originating the role of the Activities Director (and subsequently playing the role of Dad), and in the sold out 73 show run of “Ghost Light” at Lincoln Center in 2017. Most recently he completed a 37 sold out run of “Confection” commissioned by the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington DC in 2019. Throughout this time he has also supported his burgeoning career as international male burlesque sensation GoGo Gadget, with featured performances at almost 7 years of the New York Boylesk Festivals, featured in the 2012, 2013 & 2016 London Burlesque Festivals, performances in Boston, New York City, Denver, Toronto, Paris, Stockholm and Vienna. Preparing for a residency in Cork, Ireland at Rifkrin Kraine as well as his Edinburgh Fringe Festival Debut both this August. More at

KE'RON WILSON (they/she) is a movement artist, choreographer, and poet currently based out of Brooklyn, NY. A Sam Houston State University Alum, she has set and presented work and performed in the greater Houston Area. They were awarded Dance Source Houston’s Spark Dance Grant in 2021, and have most recently presented work as an emerging choreographer with Mare Nostrum’s Emerging Choreographer’s Series in NYC. Their art, being heavily influenced by their activism, pulls from a wide range of disciplines and seeks to cultivate a shared sensitivity towards the human condition.


Performances are located in a large studio space with an air purification system. The stage is set up in a proscenium style with appropriate space between the artist and the audience. All performers are required to be vaccinated, but are not required to wear face coverings during the performance. 

All visitors are required to:

  • Arrive at least 15 minutes before performance (6:15 & 8:15pm).
  • Complete COVID-19 questionnaire (listed below).
  • Complete safety waiver. 
  • Show proof of vaccination (details below).

COVID-19 Protocols:

Per the Cultural Organizations Mandate made effective as of 8/17/21, everyone entering the building will need to provide one of the following “proof of vaccination” documents:

  • A photo or hard copy of their CDC vaccination card
  • NYC COVID Safe App
  • New York State Excelsior App
  • Official vaccine record
  • A photo or hard copy of an official vaccination record of a vaccine administered outside the United States for one of the following vaccines: AstraZeneca/SK Bioscience, Serum Institute of India/COVISHIELD and Vaxzevria, Sinopharm, or Sinovac.

Any individuals who fail to provide proof of vaccination while in the building will be subject to pay the $1,000 fine enforced by the City of New York.


Visitors are not allowed entry if they answer "yes" to any of the following questions:

  • Have you had COVID-19 symptoms in the past 14 days?
  • Have you had a positive COVID-19 test in the past 14 days?
  • Have you been in close contact with a confirmed or suspected COVID-19 case in the past 14 days?


**For more info on Arts On Site's protocol, visit our WEBSITE. **

Mailing Address

12 St. Marks Place 3F New York, NY 10003