It’s All Coming Back to Me Now Genevieve Marcy and Zach Donovan

About This Show

In 2005, a mother and daughter living on the Upper West Side fall victim to Hurricane Katrina. As they excavate their apartment riddled with pop culture detritus, the ever-shifting parameters of feminine performance begin to chafe. Pairing traditions of drag performance with elements of conventional absurdist theatre, It’s All Coming Back to Me Now says goodbye to the romance of yesterday’s America through an examination of Canadian pop music, spearheaded by snow diva Celine Dion.

about the artists

Genevieve Marcy is a comedian, political organizer, and performer based in Brooklyn, NY. You may have seen her in Pussy Power Hour (producer-performer), Am I Write Ladies, or Supernova. You may also have seen her someplace else.

Zach Donovan is a creative producer dedicated to making timeless theatrical spectacles for the masses. A pioneer of the Pop Theatre movement, he engages a community of diverse artists to create mainstream theatre that places art at the center of the free market as a tradeable commodity among a true working class of artists. His work includes Birthday Play (dir. Felicia Lobo), a new surrealist American Dream arena play, and most famously as a Pop Star with improvisational voice band Subtle Pride, known for their hyper-original pop hits and international acclaim. Zach lives in Brooklyn.

Friday, March 31 at 10pm

General Admission

$15 in advance

$18 at the door



Estimated Runtime
80 minutes

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