A NEW FILM from The New Group Off Stage in association with No Studios and Frank Marshall.
Award-winning actress and filmmaker Chloë Sevigny returns to the director’s chair bringing her own instinctual depth and glamor to the short film Lypsinka: Toxic Femininity, a singular work centering around downtown legend Lypsinka, the surrealist and iconic stage creation of John Epperson. Inhabiting the words of Hollywood icons from Judy Garland to Joan Crawford trapped in an airless world of old-fashioned TV glamor, Lypsinka guides us through her fever dream as she grapples with her psyche as a celebrity.
Lypsinka: Toxic Femininity is presented in association with NŌ Studios and Frank Marshall. Executive Producers: David Matlin, Medusa Productions, Jana Shea, White Horse Pictures, LLC
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Generous support for The New Group Off Stage provided by Abby Merrill.
Generous support for The New Group is provided by The Shubert Foundation and The Howard Gilman Foundation. The New Group’s productions are supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council. The New Group’s productions are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature.