In the lounge The Greenhouse Effect Sally Greenhouse
About This Show
Dixon Place presents the return of The Greenhouse Effect
… an exhilarating evening of seriously scintillating sexy satire.
“Hilarious & harrowing…The thinking person’s performance artist.” -The Boston Globe
“Refreshing….mordantly funny.” -The New York Times
“Not as funny as Don Knotts” -St. Louis Post Dispatch
about the artist
Dubbed ‘‘mordantly funny’’ by The New York Times, Sally Greenhouse, a graduate of Harvard Divinity School, has previously garnered The Jerome Foundation Fund for Performance Art, a NYSCA award for Best Solo Performance, an endowed fellowship at Yaddo, residential fellowships at The Djerassi Foundation, The Millay Colony, The Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Grant in Playwriting/New Theatre Works, and the New England Women in Video Award for best cable television program, The Greenhouse Effect. She has received funding from the Lila Wallace Reader’s Digest Fund; and her performance artwork has been archived at Franklin Furnace as well as Live Art London.
A regular at Dixon Place from its inception, Sally Greenhouse has also presented her original monologues at numerous downtown NYC venues, including PS122, Dance Theatre Workshop, DIA Art Foundation, St. Mark’s Poetry Projects, Nuyorican Poets Cafe and has been an artist-in-residence at Williamstown Theatre Festival.