John Kelly is an artist who works in performance and visual art.  Originally trained as a dancer with American Ballet Theatre, the Harkness House for Ballet Arts, and Charles Weidman, he also studied painting and drawing with Larry Rivers and Barbara Pearlman at Parsons School of Design, and traditional painting techniques with Hannah Barrett at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts School.   He trained in Decroux corporeal mime at the Theatre d’lAnge Fou in Paris, trapeze and tite-wire with the Pickle Family Circus in San Francisco, and voice with Peter Elkus at the Academia Musicale Ottorino Respighi in Assisi, Italy.

His relationship to the mirror began in the dance studio, and evolved to the making of self-portraits: drawing, painting, photography and video. 

Performances have been based on subjects ranging from autobiography, to cultural and political phenomenon such as the Berlin Wall, the Troubadours, the AIDS epidemic, and Expressionistic Film.   He has created character studies based on historic figures such as Egon Schiele, Caravaggio, Antonin Artaud, Joni Mitchell, and Jean Cocteau.

Visual Art exhibitions include MOMA, Alexander Gray Associates; The New Museum for Contemporary Art; PS 1; MIT List Visual Art Center; Institute for Contemporary Art, Philadelphia; Art In General; Momenta Arts; The Kitchen; The American Academy in Rome; FotoGrafia-Festival Internazionale di Roma; MACRO Museo d’Arte Contemporanea di Roma; Biagiotti Progetto Arte; the Saratoga Art Museum; and Harvard University.   Residencies include Yaddo; The MacDowell Colony; The Civitella Ranieri Center; The Sundance Institute Theatre Program; and the P.S.1 National Studio Artist Program.

Awards and Fellowships: 2 Bessie Awards; 2 Obie Awards; 2 NEA American Masterpiece Awards; an American Choreographer Award; a CalArts/ Alpert Award in Dance/Performance; a Visual AIDS Vanguard Award; and the 2010 Ethyl Eichelberger Award.  Fellowships include: the Rome Prize in Visual Art at The American Academy in Rome; The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard; The Guggenheim Foundation; The Greenwall Foundation; The New York Foundation for the Arts; and Art Matters, Inc.

‘JOHN KELLY’, a visual autobiography, was published by the 2wice Arts Foundation in association with Aperture; he’s written essays for Movement Research Journal, Inside Arts, Metro New York, The Italian Journal, and Performing Arts Journal, and has just begun work on a memoir.

As a Singer he performed John Cage with the San Francisco Symphony; collaborated (as lyricist and director) and recorded with composer David Del Tredici; recorded with Laurie Anderson on ‘Life On A String’; on ‘Jazz Passengers In Love’; and performed with Antony and The Johnsons, Dudley Saunders, Carol Lipnik, and Chris Rael

Acting credits include the role of the opera singer Bartell D’Arcy in the Broadway production of ‘James Joyce’s The Dead’; starring as Spencer Reese in ‘The Clerk’s Tale’, a film by James Franco; as Cupid in Christopher Marlowe’s ‘Dido, Queen of Carthage’ directed by Neil Bartlett at A.R.T., 2005 Elliot Norton Award; as Jon/Persophene in Rinde Eckert’s ‘Orpheus X’, directed by Robert Wooduff, at A.R.T.; as Madame/Superior Mother in David Gordon’s ‘Uncivil Wars: Moving With Brecht & Eisler’; as The Narrator in John Cage’s ‘James Joyce, Marcel Duchamp, Erik Satie: An Alphabet’.


John Kelly

Born: New Jersey

Lives and works in New York, NY


2005   Museum of Fine Arts School, Boston (painting techniques)

1996   Theatre D’Ange Fou; Paris, France (Decroux Corporeal Mime)

1993   Pickle Family Circus; San Francisco (trapeze; tite-wire)

1990   Accademia Musicale Ottorino Respighi; Assisi, Italy (vocal studies with Peter Elkus)

1976-78   Parsons School of Design; (drawing; painting; photography; illustration)

1974-76   Harkness House for Ballet Arts; (trainee: technique; flamenco; repertoire)

1972-75   American Ballet Theatre School; (technique; character dance; repertoire)   

1972-74   Charles Weidman Expression of Two Arts Theatre; (technique; repertoire)   

1972-73   James Waring Studio; (ballet)


2012   ‘Muse Ascending A Staircase’ (Video & Photography Project)

2011   ‘The Escape Artist’

2011   ‘Find My Way Home’ (revival/reworking)

2010   ‘Cohesion’

2010   ‘Pass The Blutwurst, Bitte (revival/reworking)

2009-10   ‘Paved Paradise Redux’

2009   ‘Songs For A Shiny Hot Night: Joni MItchell’s Court And Spark’

2008   ‘Dargelos at Bar 13’

2007   ‘Cara Viaggio’

2007   ‘Music For Romanians’

2006   ‘Mrs. Hamlet’

2006   ‘21st Century Vox’

2002-05   ‘Shiny Hot Nights’

2004   ‘The Skin I’m In’

2003   ‘Get Up And Jive’

2002   ‘The Paradise Project’

2001   ‘Brother’

1999   ‘Moondrunk’

1999   ‘Café Bluebeard Hof’

1998   ‘Sing Low Sweet Love’

1998   ‘Find My Way Home’

1997   ‘Life Of Cruelty’

1996-00   ‘Paved Paradise’

1997  ‘The Name On The Tip Of The Tongue’

1996   ‘20th Century Vox’

1995-96   ‘Constant Stranger’

1995-96   ‘Pass The Blutwurst, Bitte’

1995   ‘Long Live The Knife’

1994   ‘Far Cry From Bliss’

1993   ‘Light Shall Lift Them’

1993   ‘I Want Your Myth’

1992   ‘Akin: True But Dour’

1992   ‘Arias I Love’

1992   ‘Divine Promiscue’

1991   ‘Down In The Mouth’

1991   ‘Her Tender Moment’

1990   ‘Love Of A Poet’ 

1990   ‘Cupid And Death’ 

1990   ‘Maybe It’s Cold Outside’ 

1990   ‘John Kelly Sings’

1988   ‘Ode To A Cube’ 

1986   ‘Born With The Moon In Cancer’ 

1986   ‘Pass The Blutwurst, Bitte’ 

1985-86  ‘Diary Of A Somnambulist’ 

1985   ‘Go West Junger Mann’

1985   ‘Long Live The Knife’

1985   ‘St. George Killed The Dragon’

1984   ‘Death Of  Marat’

1984   ‘Trans Siberian Express’

1984   ‘The Dagmar Onassis Story’

1982   ‘S. Sebastiano’

1983   ‘Narcissus’

1983   ‘The Forces Of Destiny’

1983   ‘Pass The Knachwurst, Bitte’

1982   ‘The Mona Lisa’

1982   ‘Life Without Grace’

1982   ‘La Divina’ 

1981   ‘Maria In Rio’

1981   ‘Orfeo’

1980   ‘Dagmar a Macbetto’


(solo shows marked by *asterisk)

2012   *‘Self-Portraits’, Julie Heller Gallery, Provincetown, MA

2011   ‘Looking at Music 3.0’, Museum of Modern Art, NY

2010   *‘Schiele-Kelly’, La Galleria La MaMa, NY

             ‘Queer Voice’, Institute for Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA,

                  curated by Ingrid Schaffner

            ‘London Biennale Satellite Show’, Christopher Henry Gallery, NY,

                  curated by Inbred Hybrid Collective

            ‘Virtuoso Illusion: Cross-Dressing and the New Media Avant-Garde’, MIT List

                   Visual Arts Center, curated by Michael Rush

            ‘Postcards From The Edge’, ZieherSmith, NY

2009    *’The Mirror Stages: Self-Portraits 1979-2009’ Alexander Gray Associates, NY 

            ‘Postcards From The Edge’, Metro Pictures, NY

2007   *’Cara Viaggio’, American Academy in Rome, Rome, Italy

2007   ‘One Day It Will Please Us To Remember Even This’, 33 Plaques throughout NYC

                marking contemporary history & cell tour, Creative Time, New York, NY

2007   ‘Tryingtoload’, MACRO Museo d’Arte Contemporanea di Roma, Rome;

                ‘Summerfest’ at Villa Massimo, Roma, Italy

2007   ‘Spaziaperti 5’, Accademia di Romania in Roma, Italy

2007   ‘Tiber Hawks’, FotoGrafia - Festival Internationale di Roma, Gallery of Art,

                    Temple University, Rome, Italy

2007   ‘Stars and Stripes’, Biagiotti Progetto Arte, Florence, Italy

2007   ‘Se una notte d’Aprile’, Blueroom Rialtosantambrogio, Rome, Italy

2007-09   Artflux, NY

2005  *’Recycling The Muse’, Baker Room Gallery, Radcliffe Yard, Harvard University,   

                    Cambridge, MA

2004   ‘East Village USA’, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY

2003  *The Paradise Project’, The Kitchen, New York, NY

2002   ‘Enough About Me’; Momenta Arts, Williamsburg, NY

2001  *’Brother’, Performance Space 122 Gallery, New York, NY

2001   ‘Appropriating Symbols’, Whitney Art Works, Greenport, NY 

2000   ‘Friendships In Arcadia: Artist’s and Writers at YADDO’, Art In General, &

                     Saratoga Art Museum, NY


2011   New York Live Arts, NY

            MAD Museum of Art & Design, NY

            Performance Space 122, NY

            Park Avenue Armory, NY

            Afterglow Festival, Provincetown, MA

2010   Park Avenue Armory, NY

           Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA

            Galapagos, NY

            Il Poisson Rouge, NY

           MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA

           Weimar New York, Abrons Art Center, NY

           Chinati Foundation, Marfa, TX

2009  Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA

           Walker Arts Center, Minneapolis, MN

           Symphony Space, New York, NY

           Abrons Arts Center, New York, NY

           River To River Festival, Castle Clinton, New York, NY

           One Arm Red, Dumbo, Brooklyn, NY

           Dixon Place, NY

           Envoy Gallery, NY

           City Winery, NY

           DIA at the Hispanic Society of America, NY

2008  Tate Modern, London, UK

            Hong Kong International Festival, China

            Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York, NY

            Speigeltent, New York, NY

            Speigletent, Bard College, NY

2007  Accademia Americana in Roma, Italy

            Accademia di Romania in Roma, Italy

            Goteborg Theatre, Goteborg, Sweden, Hassleblad Award Ceremony/Nan Goldin

           Theater  Offensive, Boston, MA

2006   Santa Monica Museum of Contemporary Art, Santa Monica, CA

           Spiegel Tent, New York, NY

           Pier 17, Benefit For Visual Aids, New York, NY

           Southern Theatre, Minneapolis, MN

2005  American Repertory Theatre, Benefit For A.R.T., Cambridge, MA

           Fez, New York, NY

2004  Joyce Theatre, Altogether Different Festival, NY

           Warhol Museum, Pittsburg, PA

           Bockenheimer Depot, Frankfurt, Germany

           On The Boards, Seattle, WA

           Oberlin Dance Collective, San Francisco

2003  Howl Festival, NY

           Gagosian Gallery, Bang On A Can Benefit, NY

2002   Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

           Sundance Theater Institute, Sundance, Utah

           The Kitchen, NY

2001   Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT

           Performance Space122, NY

           Merkin Hall, Alice Tully Hall, NY

           Warhol Museum, Pittsburg, PA

           Fez, New York, NY

1999   New Victory Theatre, Lincoln Center’s Great Performers New Visions Series, NY

           PS 1, Long Island City, NY

           Universal Amphitheatre, Opening Act For Natalie Merchant, Los Angeles, CA

           Copley Symphony Hall, San Diego, CA

           Arlington Theatre, Santa Barbara, CA

           Central Park Summerstage, Joni’s Jazz, NY

           Mother, Martha At Mother, NY

1998   Wortham Theatre Center, Houston, TX

           On The Boards, Seattle, WA

           Colony Theatre, Miami Beach, FL

           PICA, Portland, OR

1997   The Drawing Center, NY

           Westbeth Theatre Center, NY

           Union College, Schenectady, NY

           Glej Theatre, Lublijana, Slovenia

           Dance Theater Workshop, NY

           Arts Festival of Atlanta, Atlanta, GA

           Real Artways, Hartford, CT

1996   Westbeth Theatre Center, NY

           Fez, New York, NY

           Spoleto Festival, Spoleto, Italy

           Joyce Theatre, NY

           Museum Of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA

           Colony Theatre, Miami, FL

           Alley Theatre, Houston, TX

1995   Maison Du Culture Du Monde, Paris, France

           Theatrehaus, Jena, Germany

           Jackie 60, NY

           LaMama, NY

           Alley Theatre, Houston, TX

           Ohio Theatre, NY

           Bay Area Dance Series, Oakland, CA

           Highways, Santa Monica, CA

1994   St. Marks Danspace Project, NY

           St. Mark’s Church, NY

           PS 1, Galerie Boudoir, NY

           Art Awareness, Lexington, NY

           Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR

           Josie’s Juice Joint, San Francisco, CA

           Exit Art, NY

           Apollo Theatre, Creative Time Benefit, NY

           Roundabout Theatre, Drama Desk Awards, NY

           Joyce Theater, Friends In Deed Benefit, NY

           D.T.W. Benefit; Danny Kaye Playhouse, Dance Theater Workshop Benefit, NY

           Cooper Union, Benefit for Sarajevo, NY

           Performance Space 122, Benefit, NY

1993   Brooklyn Academy of Music, Next Wave Festival, Brooklyn, NY

           Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, NY

           Whitney Biennial, NY

           Josie’s Juice Joint, San Francisco, CA

           Proctor’s Theatre, Schenectady, NY

1992   Museum Of Modern Art, NY

           La Mama, E.T.C., NY

           Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, NY

           Lincoln Center, Serious Fun! Festival, NY

           On The Boards; Seattle, WA

           O Solo Mio Festival; San Francisco, CA

           Sushi Performance Space, San Diego, CA

1991   The Kitchen, NY

           St. Marks Danspace, NY

           MacGregor Performance Space, NY

           Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, NY

           Concord Academy, Concord, MA

           Opera At The Academy, NY

1990   Battery Maritime Building, NY

           Baltimore Art Museum, Baltimore, MA

           Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN

           The Kitchen, NY

           Opera At The Academy, NY

           St. Marks Church, NY

           Dance Place, Washington, DC

1989   Teatro Vittoria, Rome, Italy

1988   Dance Theater Workshop, NY

           La Mama, E.T.C., NY

1987   Spoleto Festival, Charleston, SC

           Secession Museum, Vienna, Austria

           Yale University, New Haven, CT

           Alice Tully Hall, NY

           Festival Di Chieri, Torino, Italy

           Brooklyn Bridge Anchorage, Brooklyn, NY

           Aspen Dance Festival, Aspen, Colorado

           St. Mark’s Dancespace, NY

1986   PS 122, Long Island City, NY

           Performance Space 122, NY

           Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, NY

           Dance Theater Workshop, NY

           Central Park Summer Stage, NY

           The Brooklyn Bridge Anchorage, NY

           The Poetry Project, St. Mark’s Church, NY

           The Cat Club, NY

           Wigstock Festival, Tompkins Square Park, NY

           Federal Hall, NY

           The Pelican Theatre, NY

           Limbo Lounge, NY

           The Pyramid Club, NY

1985   Danspace at St. Marks Church, NY

           Collective For Living Cinema, NY

           Martin-Weber Gallery, San Francisco, CA

           The Cat Club, NY

           Limbo Lounge, NY

           The Pyramid Club, NY

1984   Performance Space 122, NY

           Hallwalls, Buffalo, NY

           Inroads, NY

           La MaMa, NY

           Café Einstein, West Berlin Germany

           Schnitt, West Berlin, Germany

           Cafe Swing, West Berlin, Germany

           Tanzlokal, Munich, Germany

           The Pyramid Club, NY

           Folk City, NY

           The Beat, Montreal, Canada

1983   The Pyramid Club, NY

           Cafe Einstein, West Berlin, Germany

           Dany Keller Galerie, Munich, Germany

           Neurer Kunstverein, Zurich, Switzerland

           Galerie Rosenberg, Zurich, Switzerland

           Danceteria, NY

           Club 57, NY

           The Beat, Montreal, Canada

1982   The Pyramid Club, NY

           Danceteria, NY

           Club 57, NY

1981   The Pyramid Club (opening night), NY

           The Mudd Club, NY

           Danceteria, NY

           Club 57, NY

1980   The Anvil, NY

           The Mudd Club, NY


2012   Liguria Study Center, Bogliasco, Italy

2011/2012   MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, NH, Residency

2010   Armory Artist In Residence, Park Avenue Armory, NY

            Time Warner Storytelling Fellowship, Sundance Institute Theatre Program

               at MASS MoCA, MA

            Artist In Residence, Civitella Ranieri Center, Umbria, Italy

            Visual AIDS Vanguard Award

            Ethyl Eichelberger Award

            2 NEA American Masterpieces Awards, for ‘Pass The Blutwurst, Bitte‘ and

               ‘Find My Way Home’

            Austin Critics’ Table Award, for ‘Paved Paradise Redux’

2008-09  ARC (Advancement, Reinvention, Creativity) Foundation Grant

2008-09  Digital Performance Institute, Residency

2006-07   Rome Prize in Visual Art, American Academy In Rome

2005   Elliot Norton Award, Outstanding Actor Large Ensemble, for ‘Dido, Queen of Carthage’

2004-05   Sargent-Faull Fellow, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard

2003    Yaddo Residency 

2001    Cal/Arts Alpert Award, in Dance/Performance

2001    NYFA Artist Fellowship 

1999    Rockerfeller Foundation, Grant

1998-99   P.S.1 National Studio Artist Program, The Clocktower, NY

1998    Yaddo. Residency

1998    NEA Creation Grant

1991-98   New York State Council for the Arts, Theatre Grant

1997    Peter Reed Foundation, Award

1997    MacDowell Colony, Residency

1996    NEA Creation/Presentation Grant

1996    MacArthur Fellowship Residency, Yaddo

1991-1996   NEA Choreographer Fellowships

1995    French Cultural Residency, Paris (Decroux Corporeal Mime study)

1994    MacDowell Colony, Residency

1994    Yaddo. Residency

1992    Oscar Rubenhausen Fellowship, Greenwall Foundation

1992    Art Matters, Inc., Fellowship

1991    Obie Award

1991    NYFA Artist Fellowship

1989    John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship

1988    Bessie Award

1987    Obie Award

1987    American Choreographer Award

1987    NYFA Artist Fellowship

1986    Bessie Award

1983    Neffertitti Award (The Pyramid Club)


~‘Portfolio: John Kelly’, ‘Performance New York’, Performing Arts Journal #100, 2012

~‘Performing Paint’, The Italian Journal, Volume 20, Number 3, 2010

~ ‘Closet Thrush’, essay in catalogue for exhibition ‘Queer Voice’, at Institute for Contemporary Art, Philadelphia 2010

~ ‘In Praise Of Drag: Redux’, essay in catalogue for exhibition ‘Virtuoso Illusion; Cross-Dressing and the New Media Avant Garde’, at List Art Center, MIT Press, 2010

~ ‘They Stripped With Their Boots On: Revenge With Reprieve’; Movement Research Performance Journal #34, 2009

~ ‘Giving Order To The Google’, InsideArts, Nov/Dec 2005, 35.

~ ‘Grateful’, Reader: Ideas & Information on Arts & Culture,  Vol. 13, No. 3, Fall 2002

~ ‘110 Stories: New York Writes After September 11th’, New York University Press, 2002

~ ‘JOHN KELLY’, Autobiography/Monograph published by the 2wice Arts Foundation, in association with Aperture, 2001

~ ‘The Mirror’ 2wice, Self  issue Vol. 2, No. 1, 2000, 14-17.

~ ‘I Want Your Myth’, Movement Research Journal: Heroes and Histories, #6, 1993

~ ‘In Praise Of Drag’, Movement Research Journal: Gender Performance, #3, 1991

~ ‘A Way With Words’, Movement Research Journal

~ ‘The Kitchen Turns Twenty: A Retrospective Anthology’, The Kitchen Center for Video, Music and Dance, NY 1992, 97.


Laurie Anderson, ‘Life On A String’, Nonesuch Records, 2003

David Del Tredici, ‘Secret Music’ (lyricist and vocalist) CRI Records, 2001  

Mitja Vhrovnik-Smrekar, ‘The Name On The Tip Of The Tongue’ (Slovenia: A Chamber Opera, vocalist and director), 1998 

‘Out Loud’, Knitting Factory Records, 1996 

The Jazz Passengers, ‘Jazz Passengers In Love’, Wydham Hill Records, 1995 


2009      ‘Orpheus X’, by Rinde Eckert, director: Robert Woodruff, role: (Jon/

               Persophene); Theater For A New Audience,  New York, NY

2007 & 09  ‘Uncivil Wars: Moving With Brecht & Eisler’; director: David

               Gordon: roles (Vice Viceroy / Lopez & Madame / Mother Superior)

               Peak Performances, Montclair, NJ; The Walker Arts Center, Minneapolis, MN;

               The Kitchen, New York, NY

2009       ‘The Golden Legend’; choreography by Christopher Williams (St. Anthony Abbott), Dance Theater Workshop, New York, NY

2007       ‘Lecture On The Weather’, by John Cage, director: Laura Kuhn, role: (soloist);

               Fisher Center, Bard College, NY

2006-07 ‘Orpheus X’, by Rinde Eckert, director: Robert Woodruff, (Jon/Persophene);

               Edinburgh International Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland; American Repertory

                Theatre, Cambridge, MA; Hong Kong Arts Festival

2005     ‘Dido, Queen Of Carthage’, by Christopher Marlowe, director: Neil Bartlett, role:

                 (Cupid); American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge, MA

2003       ‘Carmilla’ (Montebank): La MaMa ETC, New York, NY

2001-02  ‘James Joyce, Marcel Duchamp, Erik Satie: An Alphabet’, by John Cage,

               director: Laura Kuhn, role: (Narrator); Edinburgh International Festival;

               University of Illinois, Champaign, IL; Zellerback Hall, Berkely, CA; Perth

               International Arts Festival, Perth, Australia; Hebel Theatre, Berlin, Germany;

               Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland;

1999-00  ‘James Joyce’s The Dead’, adaptation/director: Richard Nelson, role: (Bartel

                D’Arcy); Belasco Theatre, New York, NY; Playwrights Horizon’s, New York, NY;

               Ahmanson Theater, Los Angeles, CA; Kennedy Center, Washington DC

1998       ‘Drawn To Death’, by Art Speigelman,  (Mr. Crime);

               Art at St. Ann’s, Brooklyn, NY

               Hopkins Center, Dartmouth University, NH

1990       ‘Dyonisius Filius Dei’, author/director: Ellen Stewart, (Dyonisius/Semele);

               La MaMa ETC, New York, NY

1988       ‘Miraccolo D’Amore’, author/director: Martha Clarke, (Pulcinella);

               The Public Theatre, New York, NY

               The Spoleto Festival, Charleston, SC

1983       ‘Titus Andronicus’, by William Shakespeare, director: Kestitus Nakas, role:

               (Bassianus); The Pyramid Club, New York, NY

1982-86  ‘Chang In A Void Moon’, author/director: John Jesurun, role: (Picablo);

               The Pyramid Club, New York, NY; Café Einstein, Berlin, Germany; Dany Keller

                Galerie, Munich, Germany


2010   ‘The Clerks’ Tale’, directed by James Franco

2010   ‘Fade To White’, by video artist Janet Biggs

2009   ‘John Kelly Dances On A Pool Table’, collaboration with video artist Shelly


2005   ‘The Pathological Passion Of The Christ’, director Dario D’Ambrosio

2005   ‘Romance and Cigarettes’, director John Tuturro

2000   ‘Circles Short Circuit’, director Caspar Stracke

1996   ‘Cater Waiter’, director Eric Lane

1995   ‘Wigstock’, The Movie, director Barry Shils

1992   ‘Robert’s Movie’, director Genan Gerede

1992   ‘Stolen Tango’, director David Moore

1991   ‘Sublet’, director Chus Gutierrez

1991   ‘Fake Fur Is Growing On Me’, director Simon Grome

1991   ‘Study Of A Plant’, director Simon Grome

1990   ‘Son of Sam and Delilah’, director Charles

1986   ‘Wigstock’, director Tom Rubnitz

1985   ‘Revenge Of The Dearest’, director Anthony Chase

1984   ‘The Pyramid Story’, director Tom Rubnitz

1983   ‘Psycho 3, The Musical’, director Tom

1983   ‘The Mona Lisa’, director Anthony Chase


2011   The New School, NY

2010   Pratt Institute, NY; Yale University, CT

2007   ‘Slow Art; Time Symposium’, Institute For Advanced Study, University of Minnesota

2007   Visiting Artist, Master Program in Fine Arts (PennDesign) program, University of Pennsylvania

2005-06   Guest Lecturer on Dramatic Arts, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

2005   Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Cambridge, MA

2002   Visiting Artist, Cal Arts, Los Angeles, CA

1998   Guest Lecturer, Tyler University, Philadelphia, PA


Joan Acocella, Critic’s Notebook: ‘Reconstruction’, The New Yorker, Nov. 24, 2011

Lucid Culture, ‘John Kelly’s Escape Artist Cheats Death’, April 22, 2011

Ben Brantley, ‘Egon Schiele Seen From Many Angles’, The New York Times, Dec. 12, 2010

Scott Brown, ‘Artist Meets Artist in John Kelly’s Pass the Blutwurst, Bitte’, New York Magazine, Dec. 6, 2010

Elizabeth Kley, ‘Alter Egon’,, January 2011

Nick Curley, ‘Egon, Baby, Gone’, New York Press, Nov. 30, 2010

Chrissie Iles, Art Forum, ‘Blue (John Kelly) Best Of 2009’ December 2009

Carol Diehl, Art In America, “John Kelly / Alexander Gray”, November, 2009

Ariel Levy, The New Yorker: Talk Of The Town, Homage Dept: ‘Being Joni’, Aug. 17, 2009

Band Of Thebes, ‘The New Yorker on John Kelly: "An Aesthetic Octopus Like Me"’. August 3, 2009

Holland Cotter, “THE MIRROR STAGES: SELF-PORTRAITS 1979-2009”, New York Times, June 25, 2009

Morgan Falconer, ‘John Kelly: Alexander Gray Associates, New York, USA’ Frieze, July 14, 2009

Dale's MySpace Blog,, August 1, 2009

Robert Sokol, ‘John Kelly Looks At Life From Both Sides Now’, Bay Area Reporter, San Francisco, July 30, 2009

Steve Murray, ‘Paved Paradise Redux - John Kelly Sings Joni Mitchell’, Rrazz Room, Hotel Nikko, San Francisco, July 31,  2009

Patrick Lee, “Just Shows To Go You” (interview), June 24, 2009

Patrick Leader (the library), ‘Paved Paradise Redux: The Art of Joni Mitchell’, June 21, 2009

Elizabeth Vincentelli, “Joni, But Not Phony”, New York Post, June 22, 2009

Patrick Lee, “Paved Paradise Redux”( review), TheaterMania, June 22, 2009

Eva Yaa Asantewaa, “John + Joni = !”, NFINITEBODY, June 19, 2009

Planet Homo, ‘Paving Paradise’, January 6, 2009

Colin McEnroe, “Shadows And Light”, HartfordCourant,com, January 25, 2009

John Adamian, “The Art Of Being Joni”, Hartford Advocate, January 25, 2009

Louise Kennedy, Review: From Out On Th Edge to the Center of Joni Mitchell’s World, The Boston Globe, November 3, 2007

Matthew Gilbert, Article: A Case Of Her: John Kelly Moves Audiences and the Singer Herself, The Boston Globe, October 28, 2007

Brian Jewell, Article: John Kelly Brings Joni MItchell To “Out On The Edge”, Bay Windows, November 1, 2007

William Henderson, Article: Paradise Found: A Stunning Theatrical Interpretation, In Newsweekly, October 31, 2007

Lightsey Darst, Review: Consumed By The Hungry Air: "Solo" At The Southern, May 9, 2006.

Phil Trager, “Faces”, Steidel, 2006, cover, 2, 9, 31, 33.

Roberta Smith, “Looking Back At the Flurry On the Far Side”, The New York Times, Dec. 10, 2004

Lance Esplund, “Life Among the Village People”, December 10, 2004

Sharon Lerner, Interview, WNYC Radio, Studio 360: Parody: Johnny Loves Joni, Oct. 16, 2004.

Susan Yung, Review: Altogether Out Of The Past: “John Kelly's 'Skin' Games”, Flash Review (online), Sept. 9, 2004.

Charlie Dyer, Interview, SIRIUS, Radio, NY, OutQ  Last Call #149, June 24, 2004.

David Garland, Interview, WNYC Radio, NY, Spinning On Air, May 21, 2004.

Culturebot, Online Review Woman Of Heart And Mind, May 21, 2004.

Wick Boyle, Article:  “A Queen With Substance: John Kelly Plumbs The Politics Underlying Joni Mitchell’s Music”, Gay City News  March 18, 2004.

Jed Ryan, Interview: “John Kelly Brings Joni Mitchell To Fez!: The Performance Artist Talks About His New Show, His Past Body Of Work, And The State Of Gay Culture”, March 2004.

Deborah Jowitt, Review: “O For A Muse Of Fire: Choreographers Enter History, Bringing It To Bear On The Present And The Personal”, The Village Voice, Jan. 14, 2004.

Jennifer Dunning, Review, “Having A Play Date With ‘The Children Of Paradise”, The New York Times, Jan. 8, 2004.

Frances Sorensen, Interview, WPS1 Radio, NY, Transister Radio #2, 2004.

David Frankel, Article: Photo Play: John Dugdale & John Kelly, Aperture 173, Winter 2003, 66-79.

Steve Wiecking, Article: “A Case Of Her: John Kelly Is Joni Mitchell—And She Couldn't Be Happier”, Seattle Weekly, Sept. 10, 2003.

Shields Remine, Review: “The Paradise Project”, Ballet Review, vol. 30, no 4, winter 2002, 7-8

Interview, WXPN QZine Radio, Philadelphia, Oct. 27, 2002.

David Warner, Interview, “Kelly’s Girl”, Philadelphia City Paper, Oct. 24-30, 2002.

Susan Yung, Flash Review,  “Paradise' Found: Vintage Kelly On A Classic Film”, Sept. 26, 2002.

Emily Harney, Article:  “Divine Provenance: Performance Artist John Kelly Is Cooking Up ‘Paradise’ At The Kitchen”, Gay City News, Sept. 12, 2002.

C. Carr, Article: “Silence = Life: John Kelly Represents In Mime”, The Village Voice, Sept. 11, 2002.

Ben Brantley, Review: “Greasepaint On The Pillow: Becoming A Mime In Dreamland”, The New York Times, Sept. 7, 2002.

Joseph Hurley, Review: “Kelly’s Mitchell: Bold But Brittle”, Irish Echo, Jan. 8, 2002, 28.

Interview, WNYC Radio, NY, “New York State of Mind”, Dec. 31. 2001 & Jan. 1, 2002.

Ann Powers, Selective Listing: “Shiny Hot Nights”, The New York Times, Nov. 16, 2001.

Preview: John Kelly: Shiny Hot Nights’-More Songs Of Joni Mitchell, Time Out NY, Nov. 8, 2001.

Mitch Rustad, Interview: “Court Her Spark”, HX Magazine, November 2001, 32-33.

Ned Vizzini, Listings, New York Press, October 16, 2001.

Paul Power, Review: “By The Time He Got To Wigstock”, The Irish Times, Dublin, June 12, 2001.

Gerry Ryan Show, Interview, Dublin Radio, June 15, 2001.

Linda Yablonski, Article: Off-Off Color: Obie-Winner John Kelly Tunes Into Modern Love With ‘Brother’, Time Out New York, May 17, 2001.

Tony Phillips, Big Brother: An Interview with John Kelly & David Del Tredici, Next Magazine, 2001.

Dan Bacalzo, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, Theatremania.Com, May 15, 2001.

Greg Sandow. Review: Silence And Eccentricity, Wall Street Journal, March 19, 2001.

Dance Insider, Brother, Flash Review 2001.   

Chris Dohse, Review: Brother's Blues: Listing Towards The Gist Of Middle Age with John Kelly and David Del Tredici, Dance Insider 2001.

Andrew Druckenbrod, Del Tredici & Kelly Evoke Gay Life, Love, Hardships In Art Songs At Warhol, The Post Gazette, May 14, 2001.

Mayte Iracheta, Article: John Kelly: y Donde Empiezan Los Siete Colores, Complot, Sept. 2000, 39-43.

David Roman, Comment: Theatre Journals 2000.

Greg Varner, Review: Both Sides Now: John Kelly Worships A Diva By Inhabiting Her Persona, The Washington Blade, Jan. 14, 2000.

D.C. Culbertson, Review: Dolls And Divas, The Washington Alternative, Jan. 2000.

Nicole Lewis, Article: The Man Who Would Be Joni: John Kelly Makes Himself A Homage, Washington Post   Jan. 2000.

Gordon Rogoff, Vanishing Acts: Theater Since The Sixties By Gordon Rogoff, Yale University Press, 2000, Future Leider: John Kelly, 26-28.

Bill Hayward, Bad Behavior, Rizzoli, 2000, 54-55.

John Schaefer, Interview WNYC Radio, Around New York, July 14, 1999.

Roselee Goldberg, Performance: Live Art Since 1960, Harry Abrams, 1999,187.

Holly Brubach, Photographs By Michael James O’Brien, Girlfriend, Random House, 1999, 60-61.

Nick Meyer, Preview: Dancing On The Moon, New York Magazine, Jan. 18, 1999.

James Hamilton, The New York World, The New York Observer, Jan. 18, 1999.

Robert Hilferty, Preview: Lunar Tunes: Sarah Rothenberg and John Kelly Wax Eloquent about Moondrunk’s Bizarre Inspiration, Time Out New York, January 1, 1999.

Justin Davidson, Preview: Classical Music Has a New Look, New York Newsday, Jan/ 14, 1999.

Don Shewey, Article: ‘John Kelly Plays Pierrot’, New York Times, Jan. 10, 1999.

Stabller, Review: ‘Orpheus Satire Hits a Tragic Note’, The Oregonian, May 23, 1998.

Steffen Silvis, Article: ‘Orpheus Descending: John Kelly's Talents Are So Numerous That, Like Cocteau, He Can Only Be Described As A Poet’, Portland Willamette Week, May 21, 1998.

Cliff Chase, Article: ‘Performance Artist John Kelly Plays With Every Boy’s Favorite Color’, Poz, May1998.

aRUDE, Number 11, 1998, 3 & 86-90.

Stephen Holden, In Performance: Pop Review: ‘Casting Singer As Shaman With High-Minded Humor’, The New York Times, Nov. 18, 1997.

Stephen Holden, Review: ‘For The Love of Joni’, The New York Times, Sept. 25, 1997.

Wendy Liberatore, Review: ‘Poetry In Motion’, The Schnectady Daily Gazette, March 21, 1997.

David Frankel, Review: ‘John Kelly: Performing Artist’, Art Forum, Jan. 1997.

Dona Ann McAdams, ‘Caught In The Act: A Look At Contemporary Multimedia Performance’, Aperture, 1997, 100-103.

Patsy Tarr, Dance Ink: Photographs, Chronicle Books, 1997,166-175.

Frank H. Jump, Joni Mitchell: The New York Times, December 1, 1996, Dec. 5, 1996.

Ann Daly, Article:  ‘Becoming Artaud: Solo Performances at Drawing Center Expand MOMA Exhibit’, The Village Voice, Nov. 26, 1996, 90.

Michael Feingold, Preview: ‘Paved Paradise’, The Village Voice, vol. xli, no 45, Nov. 5, 1996, 1.

John Heilpern, Review: ‘Horse Camp, Joni in Drag, and Izzard the Wizard’, The New York Observer, Oct. 7.1996, 35.

Richard Tayson, Review: ‘Every Picture Has It’s Source of Light: An Evening With John Kelly’, LGNY, #38, Oct.6, 1996, 16.

L.C. Cole, Review: ‘Sometimes The Muse Is Weird’, New York Native, Sept. 30, 1996, 40.

Stephen Holden, Review, ‘For The Love of Joni’, The New York Times, Sept 25. 1996, C15.

Mary Talbot, Review, ‘Kelly's Joni: Hardly A Drag ‘Blue Notes’: His Inspired Take On Mitchell Makes For A Fine Night In The City’, New York Daily News, Sept. 17, 1996.

James Hannaham, Article: I'll Be Your Mirror: John Kelly Gives Joni Mitchell A Drag Send-Up, Spin Magazine,1996.

Wendy Liberatore, Review: ‘Poetry In Motion: Orpheus Legend Told Through Movement And Music’, The Daily Gazette Schnectady, NY  1996.

Amy Eddings, Interview, WFUV Radio, City Folk, Sept. 24, 1996.

Donn Russell, ‘Avant-Guardian’ 1965-1990: A Theater Foundation Director’s Twenty-Five Years Off-Broadway, Dorrance, 1996, 421-445.

Deborah Jowitt, Review: ‘When Words Count’, The Village Voice, October 31, 1995.

Henry Baumgartner, Review: ‘Constant Stranger, Dancing On a Line’, Oct. 15, 1995.

D.J.R. Bruckner, ‘Theater Review: How A Boy Grew Into The Man He Became’, The New York Times, Oct.13, 1995.

Preview: Dance, Time Out New York, Oct. 11-18, 1995.

Jordan Levin, Article: ‘John Kelly Straddles Line Between Absurd and Profound’, Miami Herald, May 1, 1995.

Jordan Levin, Review: ‘John Kelly Paints Vivid Portrait of Anguished Artist’, Miami Herald, May 2, 1995.

Henry Baumgartner, Online Review ‘Constant Stranger’, Oct. 15, 1995.

Pamela Gordon, Review: ‘Unbearable Lightness of Being’, Miami New Times, April 27, 1995.

Lester Strong, Article: ‘I Compose Bodies On Stage’, Metroline, Vol. 18, no 5, March 2, 1995, 14, 35

Ben Brantley, Review: ‘As Egon Schiele Observes Himself Observing Himself: An Anatomy Lesson That Brings The Artist To Life’, The New York Times, Jan 7, 1995.

Jan Stuart, Review: ‘A Moving Portrait Of An Artist’, New York Newsday   Jan. 3, 1995.

Georgina F. Keenan, Vasari Diary, Review: ‘Moving Portraits’, Art News 1995.

John Dugdale, ‘Lengthening Shadows Before Nightfall: Pictures by John Dugdale’, Twin Palms Press, 1995.

Sara K. Schneider, ‘Concert Song As Seen: Kinesthetic Aspects Of Musical Interpretation’, Pendragon Press, 1994, Deconstructions Of The Recital, 61-70.

Stephen Holden, Review: ‘John Kelly as a Parisian Legend’, The New York Times, Nov. 12, 1993.

Jennifer Dunning, Article: ‘Dancing On A High Wire Of Inspired Lunacy’, The New York Times, Nov 7, 1993, 1, 6.

Jonathan Wald, Article: ‘John Kelly, Poet On A Flying Trapeze’, American Theatre Magazine, Nov 1993, 1

Dennis Harvey, Review: Symphony of Death and Memory, San Francisco Weekly, Sept. 30, 1993, Vol. XI, no. 31.

Jesse Hamlin, Article: ‘Just Don’t Call His Joni a Drag’, San Francisco Chronicle, June 29, 1993, E2.

Article: ‘The Color of Envy’, The New York Times, May 16, 1993.

Alexis Greene, Review: Serious Fun!, Theatre Journal, Vol. 45, No. 2, May, 1993, 256-258.  

Joseph Andrew Phillips, review:  ‘Divine Promiscue’ Creative Challenge, The Daily Gazette (Capital Region), Feb. 16, 1993.

Claude Peck, ‘Walker’s Bad Boy’, Minneapolis-St. Paul Magazine, December 1, 1002

Steven Winn, Review: Artist’s Self Portrait Solo Mio Standout, San Francisco Chronicle, Sept. 23, 1992.

Robert Hurwitt, Review: Solo Mio Festival On The Move, San Francisco Examiner, Sept. 1992.

Aileen Jacobson, Review: Victory In Persistence, New York Newsday, July 25, 1992.

Michael Feingold, Review: Naked Ambition, The Village Voice, July 1992.

Stephen Holden, Review: Mona Lisa (Eating Pasta) and Other Muses, New York Times, July 25, 1992.

Stephen Holden, Article: Two Solo Performance Artists Confront The Limits of Personal Experience, The New York Times, July 17, 1992.

Article: John The Divine: John Kelly’s Imitation of Life, QW No. 38,, July 29, 1992.

Article: Inside Arts, Vol. 4, No. 1, March 1992.

Mel Gussow Review: Akin: A Medieval Troubadour Is Brought To The Present, The New York Times, Feb. 25, 1992.

Jan Stuart, Review: A Trip of Transformation, New York Newsday, Feb. 25, 1992, 45.

Damon Wright, Review: Where Hope And Death Dwell Together, The New York Times, Feb. 23, 1992.

The Theatre, Preview: Goings On About Town, The New Yorker, March 1992.

Daniel Mendelsohn, We Are Family: John Kelly's Structures Of Kinship At La Mama, NYQ, Mar 29, 1992.

Deborah Jowitt, Review: Silence and Stillness, The Village Voice, February 26, 1992.

Robert Greskovic, Article: Dance And Aids, Shrill Tantrums, Dance USA Journal, Spring 1992.    Jennifer Dunning, Dance View, Choreographing Deaths Of The Heart In A Singular Age, The New York Times, March 22, 1992.

John Yohahem, Article: Time-Traveling Troubadour: Performer John Kelly Has Endless Facades And Talents To Display, The Advocate, 1992.

Robert Greskovic, Review: Fathers and Sons, New York Native, March 23, 1992, 47.

Phil Trager, Dancers: Photographs By Phil Trager, Bullfinch Press: Little Brown, 1992, 71-72.

Alisa Solomon, Review: Love Me Tender, The Village Voice, March 5, 1991.

Mel Gussow, Review: Sleepwalking Through a Too Brief Childhood, The New York Times, Feb 19, 1991.

Jean Battey Lewis, John Kelly’s Stage Alchemy Melds Many Arts Into One, Washington Times, 1991.

Jennifer Dunning, Review: Ideas And Reflections On Time And Memory, New York Times, Aug 4, 1990.

Review: Timeless Entertainments About Cupid, Jesus and Death, The New York Observer, July 8,1990.

John Rockwell, Review: An English Masquerade Opera At The Academy, New York Times, June 29, 1990.

Performing Arts Journal 30, Volume X, No. 3, 38-41.

Mike Steele, Review: Classical Recital Uplifted By Singer’s Enactments, Star Tribune MN, Nov 17, 1990.

Robert Greskovic, Review: Fall And Recovery, The New York Native, Nov. 5, 1990.

Marcia B. Seigel, Review:  Lyrical Despair, New York Press, Oct. 24-30, 1990.

Gordon Rogoff, Review: Future Leider, The Village Voice, October 23, 1990.

William Norwich, Poetic Justice Serves Downtown Talent, NY Daily News, Oct. 22, 1990, 30.

Allan Kozinn,Review: Schumann And Antics Of A Sad Poet, The New York Times, Oct. 14, 1990.

Alan M. Kreigsman, Article: The Performance Artist, Finding His Voice: John Kelly and His Multimedia Works, The Washington Post, 1990.

Mike Steele, Review: John Kelly’s Falsetto Frolic in Mezzo Arias is Funny, Tender, Star Tribune Minn., Jan. 20, 1990.

Interview, Minneapolis Public Radio, Take Out, January 17, 1990.

Isabelle Hofmann, Review: Merk-wurdiger Schiele-Adend: John Kelly und seine Truppe im Malersaal, Tagesschau Morgen Post, June 23, 1989, 41.

B.N,, Review: Malersaal: Collage uber Egon Schiele, Hamburger Abendblatt, June 23, 1989, 14.

Carmen Montessuit, Review: Pass The Blutwurst, Bitte>>: trop technique, Le Journal De Montreal, May 26, 1989, 35.

Anne-Marie Lecomte, Review: Peinture D’Epoque, Voir Montreal, Vol. 3, no 35, May 24, 1989, 25.

Robert Levesque, Review: Un naufrage en mer de Schiele, Le Devoir, Montreal, May 26, 1989, 11.

Jean St. Hilaire, Review: Pass The Blutwurst, Bitte>>: un peu froid, le boudin…, Le Soiell, Quebec, May 26, 1989, E-3.

Ann Daly, Review: Ode To A Cube, High Performance Magazine, Nov., 1988.

Marcia B. Seigel, Review: Performance: Mono Music, New York Press, Oct. 28, 1988.

Mel Gussow, Reviews/Theater: Transformations: John Kelly, Alone, As Anyone Else, The New York Times, Oct. 27, 1988.

Joseph C. Koenenn, Review:  ‘Ode To A Cube’: A Unique Voice, New York Newsday, Oct. 25, 1988.

John Howell, Review: Striking Poseur: John Kelly Goes To Hell, 7 Days, April 20, 1988.

Mel Gussow, Review/Theater, Orpheus Myth In A Whirl Of Song, Dance And Décor, The New York Times   April 5, 1988.

Michael Feingold, Review: A Little Bit Of Gluck, The Village Voice, April 12, 1988.

Deborah Jowitt, Review: Past Masters, The Village Voice, April 26, 1988, 95.

Craig Bromberg, Profile: Kelly In Character, Vanity Fair, April 1988.

Thomas Connors, Review: Paved Paradise, Back Stage, May 29, 1987.

Robert Jones, Review: Gripping, Original ‘Blutwurst’ Stands Out In The Crowd, The (Charleston) News & Courier, May 29, 1987.

Patricia Cantwell, Review: Performer Riveting in ‘Blutwurst’, Charleston Post Courier, May 1987.

Pari Morgan, Preview: Kelly Play A Labor Of Love, Charleston Evening Post, May 26, 1987.

Mary Ellen Haus, Review: Vasari Diary: All About Egon, Art News, 1987.

Jordon Simon, Article: The Gentrification of the Avant Garde, Taxi Magazine, April 1987.

Janet Hobhouse, Profile: Egon And The Ecstasy, Vogue, March 1987.

Jennifer Dunning, Review: 2nd Benefit Gala in ‘The Spinal Series’, The New York Times, March 15, 1987.

Elizabeth Zimmer, Review: After Postmodernism: Waiting For The End of The World: Downtown Dance.  What Is It?  Who Does It?  And Why?, Dancemagazine, Feb., 1987.

Jennifer Dunning, Article: Avant-Garde Extravaganzas On The Lower East Side, The New York Times, Feb 6,1887, C1/28

Dennis Cooper, Review: Bold Statement in a Haze of Decadence, New York Native, Dec. 8, 1986.

Mel Gussow, Review: Blutwurst, Portrait of Egon Schiele, The New York Times, Nov. 8, 1986.

Stephen Holden, Article: John Kelly, A Master Of Melange, The New York Times, Nov. 7, 1986.

Jennifer Dunning, Dance Review: Images Of Expressive Dancing, The New York Times, Aug 24, 1986.

John Howell, Review: John Kelly & Huck Snyder: Diary of a Somnambulist, Artforum, May 1986, 140.

Review: Diary of a Somnambulist, Dancemagazine, May 1986.

C. Carr, Review: On Edge, The Village Voice, Vol. xxxi, No. 11, March 18, 1986.

Carlo McCormick, Article: Jersey Boy Makes Good in NYC, Gold Coast, Feb. 1986.

Cookie Mueller, Review: Art And About, Details, Feb. 1986.

Dennis Cooper, Review: Duets With the Statue of Liberty, New York Native, Jan. 13, 1986.

Catherine Bush, Article: Club Performance: The Changing East Village Scene, Theatre Times, Vol. 5, # 2, Jan 1986, 1-3.

Elizabeth Zimmer, Review, Dancemagazine, Aug.1985.

Michael Feingold, Theater Review: Dialect Materialism, The Village Voice, July 2, 1985.

Stefan Lupino, Chi Fa Tendenza, Per Lui, June 1985, 157.

Burt Supree, Review: Irish Stories and Eskimo Songs, The Village Voice, Vol. xxx, March 5, 1985.

Stephen Saban, Review: Paved Paradise, Details, Nov. 1985.

Catherine Bush, Review: Go West Junger Mann, East Village Eye, Nov. 1984.

Tony Heiberg, Review, East Village Eye, July 1984.

William Harris, Review: Wurst Case Scenario, East Village Eye, April 1984.

Kestitus Nakas, The Pyramid Interviews: Behind The Scenes at Manhattan’s Wildest Performance Club, In Touch For Men, 1982.

Nicholas A. Mouffarrege, Review, Arts Magazine, Oct. 1982.

Nicholas A. Moufarrege, Ambisexual Art, New York Native, Aug. 2-15, 1982.