Monsieur Le Fever, The Bastard of Tomorrow
Born of no mother and no father, fallen farthest from the tree of life. A hounds tooth plainsman reveling in contradiction; firmly entrenched in the gutter, cosmos swirling in his eyes. Bespoke with spoken word fashioned into velvet, glitter and lace; a shock of lipstick as a trace of what once was before all the sparrows flew home.
Step into a dirty pretty world as The Bastard leads you room by room through the shadow self along a complex tapestry of scars, a baroque history of a thousand years a hundred lifetimes. Plumb the depths, soar into the heights with a master of the quadruple entendre; you will come undone. This baudy gentleman will leave you unmapped.
P R O F E S S I O N A L B I O G R A P H Y
Christian Georgescu was born in Bucharest, Romania and emigrated to New York City at the age of five. A writer, performer and visual artist, his written work is anthologized in Hell Strung and Crooked, It's Animal but Merciful and Selfie among many others. His visual art can be found in DADA Maintenant Journals. In 2016, he created the multimedia, genre-bending solo production, House of ME. Setting off verbal pyrotechnics, Christian performs his signature tongue twisting, pill-popping, foot-stomping romp through the human condition. House of Me featured at Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center, New York’s United Solo Festival and Hollywood Fringe Festival. Pedestal Magazine writes of his work "An exceptionally crafted inside joke, hitting hard with truth that alters perception."