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60-in-Sixty: Fast and Furious MMXIX

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About 60-in-Sixty

60-in-Sixty: Fast and Furious MMXIX
60 artists. 60 seconds each. Squared.

Fusebox’s annual, high-octane performance extravaganza is back! 60-in-Sixty 2019 races through the North Door on Saturday July 27th with a turbo-charged evening of performances from actors, musicians, dancers, painters, thinkers, and beyond, delivered at lightning speed! Our artists are behind the wheel, who knows where they’ll take us.

Shows at 7:30pm and 10pm.

Proceeds from the evening go directly towards 2020 Festival Artists and keeping Fusebox Festival free to attend.. Tickets for both shows are sliding scale.  $20, $30, and $50.

Your extra contribution goes to support Fusebox and is very much appreciated!

The North Door is wheelchair accessible at the Brushy street entrance.
Wheelchair and mobility-assisted seating locations will be available in the venue.
An ADA restroom is located under the stairs in the lounge.

For questions about accessibility, please contact Anna at anna@fuseboxfestival.com


60-in-Sixty  was inspired by Nameless Sound’s “60 Minutes of Minutes,” The Neo-Futurist’s, and Cinematexas.


This year we’ve got some 60-in-Sixty legends you know and love as well as several amazing first-timers.


Adam Sultan
Alex Robinson: Learn more about Alex’s work at alexandrarobinsonart.co
Alexa Capareda: Follow Alexa at instagram.com/acapareda/ .
Alexandra Bassiakou Shaw: Learn about Alex’s work / The Rude Mechs here.
Alfredo Rios
Allison Kelly
Andie Flores
Angelique Rosales Salgado: Learn more about Angelique’s work here.
Annie Miller: Learn more about Annie’s work at anniebmiller.com.
Aron Taylor: Check out Aron’s sculptures in the upcoming show Grageriart @ CrashBox on July 28th.
Arthur Simone
Bob Hoffnar: Learn more about Bob’s music here.
Brittani Sonnenberg
Brooke Johnson: Learn more about Brooke’s work at brookejohnson.format.com
Buzz Moran
Cami Alys
Caroline Reck
Carolyn Hoehle: Carolyn will be part of LOLA Austin‘s event “Diva Cage Match” on October 5th. She is also a contractable soprano who performs any & everywhere! Learn more at www.carolynhoehle.com and follow her @chojotoho.
CB Goodman: CB’s diot feminist duet show based on Snow White called “Bite Me” will be premiering May 2020 at the Vortex. Learn more at www.cb-goodman.com.
China Smith
Christie Blizard: Learn more about Christie’s work at www.christieblizard.com.
Christine Hoang: Follow Christine’s artistic non-profit Color Arc Productions on social media at @1christinehoang and @colorarcproductions.
Christopher Petkus: Learn more about Christopher and his music at dwlb.bandcamp.com.
Cyndi Williams
Dallas Tate
Ellen Bartel
Emily Lee: Emily’s upcoming projects include: “My Shell Makes Itself” exhibition collaboration at 5-50 Gallery with The Material Girls (November 2019); “Transmission” artistic-curatorial project with Partial Shade and Co-Lab Projects (October 2019); monthly Crit Club nomadic critique group facilitator (@critical_club). Learn more here.
Giselle Marie Munõz: See Giselle in Dance Nation at the Long Center Aug 29-Sept 15,  and don’t forget to submit to Austin Arthouse Film Festival at AFS Cinema Oct 21!
Graham Reynolds: Learn more about Graham’s work at www.grahamreynolds.com.
Haley Hill: Learn more about Haley’s work at www.haleyrhill.com.
Hope Irish
Indigo Rael: Learn more about Indigo’s company Glasshalffulltheatre.com.
Jaime Salvador Castillo
Jay Roff: Jay has an album release at the Sahara Lounge on July 25th with his band Hermit Kingdom. Find the event on Facebook!
Jeff Mills
Jesse Martinez
Jillian Summar: Jillian is the lead singer for Milktoast Millie & the Scabby Knees, a queer femme fronted punkgrass band. They just released their first full-length album and have a big album release party on August 9 at Hard Luck Lounge. More info at milktoastmillie.com
John R. Christopher
Jorge Sermini: Learn more about Jorge’s film collective Blue Paper Film here.
J.R. Zambrano
Kaci Beeler: Learn more about Kaci’s work at www.kacibeeler.com.
Kate Caldwell
Katherine Catmull: Learn more about Katherine’s work at katherinecatmull.com.
Kelli Bland
Kelly Hasandras
Khali Sykes: Catch Khali in her next role in Heartland Theatre Collective’s upcoming production of The Vineyard.
Khristián Méndez: Find out more about Khristián’s work at khristianmendez.com.
Leng Wong: Learn more about Leng’s work with Lucky Chaos theatre company.
Liz Rodda: Learn more about Liz’s work at www.lizrodda.com.
Luis Zapata:  Check Luis’ work with Rock Lectures, a History of Latinx in Rock Music.
Luxy Banner
Mark McCoin
Mark Stewart
Matt Teodori: Learn more about Matt’s work with Line-upon-Line Percussion here.
Max Green: Follow Max on Instagram @meexverde
M.E. Laursen: Learn more about M.E.’s work at www.melaursen.com.
Megan Marie Tabaque:  Megan’s next project will be at the Rite Out Loud Play Festival August 16-18th. More info at megantabaque.com
Michelle Keffer
Natalie George
Olivia Warner
Rachel Dendy
Rachel Meador: Learn more about Rachel’s company Ventana Ballet here.
Rosalyn Nasky
Rudy Ramirez
Sean Ripple: Learn more about Sean’s work at www.seanripple.net.
Sierra Bodoin
Sonnet Blanton
Sonya Gonzales: Catch Sonya perform at  MeMerMo event at Volstead on August 5th. For more info visit sonyamgonzales.com
Symply Courtney: Follow Symply on Instagram and Twitter at @Boogiesquatch or Symply Courtney on Facebook.
Stephen H Fishman
Ted Carey: Learn more about Ted’s work at briefbird.com.

Todd Mein
Virginia Honig: Learn more about Virginia’s work at www.honig.design.
Vladimir Mejia
Wayne Allen Brenner: Learn more about Wayne’s work at www.brnnr.net.
Zac Crofford
Zach Muhn: Follow Zach on Instagram at @zachmuhn.
Zenobia Orimoloye

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