Morgan Bassichis

Morgan Bassichis is currently in residence at the Artist’s Institute, preparing for upcoming performances at the Kitchen and Abrons Arts Center.

Purchase tickets for “Damned if You Duet,” at the Kitchen here.

Morgan Bassichis is a comedic performer whose shows have been described as “out there” (by Morgan’s mother) and “super intense” (by Morgan). Morgan has performed at Artists Space, MoMA PS1, Poetry Project, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, and the Whitney Museum. Recent projects include a musical adaptation of Larry Mitchell and Ned Asta’s 1977 manifesto-fairytale, The Faggots and Their Friends Between Revolutions, at the New Museum, and More Protest Songs! at Danspace Project. Morgan has received support from Art Matters, BOFFO, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC), Queer/Art/Mentorship, and the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation. Morgan lives in New York City, and has published essays in the Radical History ReviewCaptive Genders, and other anthologies.

Morgan Bassichis responds to Zoe Leonard’s “I want a president,” 2018

Morgan Bassichis in We Have Always Been on Fire, a film by Sasha Wortzel, 2018