Party of One (2017)
Natasha Beste and Kristi Faulkner collaboration
“Party of One” plays with the spectrum of feelings about aging – celebrating it, embracing it, manipulating it, and fighting it. Whether we invite it or not, there is still a dread of losing time. “Party of One” addresses issues surrounding youth and desirability that transcends the gender binary but particularly is of concern to queer individuals. It also poses uncomfortable questions about consent and the line between invitation and unwitting surrender.