CURRAN AND
STANFORD LIVE PRESENT

TAYLOR MAC

A 24-DECADE HISTORY
OF POPULAR MUSIC

In association with Magic Theatre
and Pomegranate Arts

September 24

Genre
Extravaganza
Runtime
360 minutes


A 24-DECADE HISTORY OF POPULAR MUSIC is Taylor Mac’s multi-year effort to chart a subjective history of the United States through is a unique mash-up of music, history, performance, and art that were popular throughout the country, and in its disparate communities, from 1776 to the present day.

The concert will be presented as four six-hour chapters, together making the first complete presentation since Taylor’s historic 24-hour marathon performance at Brooklyn’s St. Ann’s Warehouse last fall. Tickets can be purchased as single chapters, or audience members can purchase a four performance series - the pièce de résistance in it’s entirety, an experience that The New York Times’ Wesley Morris called “one of the great experiences of my life.”


Chapter IV is performed on September 24 from 2-8pm

1956-the present: Bayard Rustin’s March on Washington leads to a queer riot, sexual deviance as revolution, radical lesbians, and a community building itself while under siege.

Purchase tickets to other chapters or learn more about Taylor Mac's full four-chapter performance here.