EARL DAX is an independent producer and curator of live performance based in Brooklyn. He conceived and produced the acclaimed theatrical cabaret "Weimar New York" which has played to sold-out houses at Joe's Pub, Spiegeltent and - according to Curator of Public Programs Frank Smigiel - provided "the DNA of the Live Art series" at SFMOMA with 2 performances in the museum's Grand Atrium in February 2008. With Travis Chamberlain he co-curated Schoolhouse Roxx at PS 122 (2005-2006), and he served as the Festival Director (2009) and Curator (2006) for HOT! Festival at Dixon Place, the longest continuing festival of queer performance and culture in the world.
Recently Dax curated a week-long program on the theme of Queer Conscience as part of the "New Voices in Performance" at CPR - Center for Performance Research in Brooklyn, and presented his performance-driven nightclub PUSSY FAGGOT! as part of the Queer Up North Festiva in Manchester, UKl. Dax has received broad press attention for his work in print and online publications including the New York Times, New Yorker, Time Out New York, Village Voice, Art Forum, San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Weekly, and LA Times. He is also a contributor to East Village Boys where he has published interviews with dancer/choreographer Miguel Gutierrez and multi-media theater company Big Art Group.