Otion Front Resident Nile Harris will be presenting their residency showcase at Secret Project Robot on May 29th.


OFSAIR Presents:


Nile Harris




‘The Rise and Fall of the Huxtable Family’ is a performance created and performed by Nile Harris brought to you live and in living color (but not produced by NBC). It’s a personal investigation of broken black identity, the faults of syndicated television and the demands to perform your identity. If in 2014, Raven Symoné can claim she’s not African-American, then what am I? Tune in to see.


Reserve tickets by sending $10 via VENMO to otionfront@gmail.com

or purchase at the door while they last.


More information on Nile Harris below: 


Otion Front Studio is a physical space dedicated to the exploration of movement through a poetic means of processing information. As we delve deeper into constantly changing paradigms, Otion Front aims to invoke experimental ontologies in art, performance, dance and sound. We primarily offer personal rehearsal space as well as various workshops, events and a monthly residency program exploring performative arts. 

Established in March 2014