Felicia Holman
  • Female
  • Chicago, IL
  • United States

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Felicia Holman is a native Chicagoan and, by trade, a certified personal trainer with the National Strength & Conditioning Association. However her lifelong affinity for performance and expression have helped sustain her prolific artistry.

Felicia is also co-founder of two Chicago-based women’s performance collectives: Thick Routes Performance Collage (“TRPC”;c. 2001) and Honey Pot Performance (“HPP”; c. 2009). Credits include ‘Bag Ladies:Carrying A Diaspora Colored Black’(2001), ‘On My Table’(2002), ‘Race Travels’ (2004),‘Househedz’ (2007), ‘The Ladies Ring Shout’ (2011) and ‘Price Point’(2012) .

Venues include Links Hall (Chicago, IL), Northwestern University (Evanston, IL), University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill, NC), Collaboraction (Chicago, IL), Outer Space (Chicago, IL), Experimental Station (Chicago, IL) and Defibrillator (Chicago, IL).

Felicia’s fundamental artistic process consists of deep reflection, play, collaboration and experimentation. With both TRPC and HPP, Felicia has enjoyed crafting evocative interdisciplinary performances that explore such notions as quality of life, gender, social justice and history.

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2nd 'Price Point' Review; Veronica Precious Bohannon

Posted on June 10, 2013 at 1:43am 0 Comments

 "Ohhh My Goodness, I went to church at 12pm today. Church was the Honey Pot Performance, PRICE POINT. The poesy of real talk and the energy of the pieces were honest and accessible! The poignancy of the pieces and the timing were also refreshing. The topics were current and reflected Black womyn....and the movement was intentional and completed their words.…
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REVIEW: 1st preview of 'Price Point' at SKETCHBOOK 13

Posted on June 6, 2013 at 6:30pm 0 Comments

“Price Point is aptly named- the price that you pay for the point of the production is a relative measure of your own understanding and experience of economy and society against the show’s melodically intertwined stories, monologues, poems, media and all points in between. The show is punctuated by definitions of economic terms that become open portals through which the explorations of our financial and cultural climate take place. You can’t pin down the attitudes or emotions…

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Extended Crisis Mode: The Making of 'Price Point'

Posted on May 18, 2013 at 2:32pm 0 Comments

*This post was originally published by Felicia Holman (co-founder, Honey Pot Performance) on Collaboraction's blog for the 2013 Sketchbook performance festival in Chicago, IL. Here we get an inside look about the process and importance of making their latest work,"Price Point".*

    Let me begin with…

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