All Seeing Eye Productions and Madison Young Bring the Edgy and Sexy Theater Experience ‘Reveal All Fear Nothing’ to New York on May 18th and 19th and June 8th and 9th

Feminist Porn Icon Presents Modern Adaptation of the Legendary Annie Sprinkle’s ‘Post Porn Modernist’ in Brooklyn

Brooklyn, NY  Author, radical feminist performance artist, and feminist porn director Madison Young offers an alternative to your typical night at the theater with her new one woman show, “Reveal All Fear Nothing: A Journey in Sex, Love, Porn and Feminism” May 18th and 19th, directed by Sophia La Paglia and co-written and developed with the legendary Annie Sprinkle.

“Reveal All Fear Nothing: A Journey in Sex, Love, Porn and Feminism” is a multimedia performance and experimental theater piece, written and performed by Madison Young, and developed in collaboration with the legendary Annie Sprinkle. The piece is a modern adaptation of Sprinkle’s wildly successful and internationally toured theater piece, “Post Porn Modernist,” and aims to crack wide open the sexual underground worlds of BDSM, pornography, and kink, all while demystifying and celebrating these often misunderstood, and misrepresented, communities and movements.

Young and Sprinkle have developed a modern-day version of “Post Porn Modernist,” which brings to life Young’s own unique sexual journey into kink and pornography as a feminist, through fearless performance art. The graphic body-based performance art includes an anal fisting performance piece, a blow-job ballet, and a climactic orgasmic sex magic ritual, which has been handed down from Sprinkle to Young.

Academy Award winner Diablo Cody says of Young’s work, “Young brings some universal truths to light”; actress and thought leader Margaret Cho adds “[Young is]…an incredible and singular force in the world of art…her individualism, innovation, insight and innate intelligence…is downright inspirational.”

“Reveal All Fear Nothing: A Journey in Sex, Love, Porn, and Feminism” will enjoy its short run in New York May 18th and 19th at Hacienda Studio (, which will include an intimate soiree Q&A  with Madison Young after each performance for all guests, and June 8th and 9th at The Tank ( Tickets ($25 – $80) must be purchased in advance. This is a 18+ only event.

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About Madison Young:

Feminist porn icon and body based performance artist dedicated to creating space for radical love, Madison Young grew up in the suburban landscape of Southern Ohio before moving to San Francisco in 2000. Young’s work spans from documenting our sexual culture, in her 44 Internationally screened and award-winning feminist erotic films, to founding the forward-thinking nonprofit arts organization Femina Potens Art Gallery. Young has curated over 500 performance art and visual art exhibitions through out the country in the past decade, including exhibitions at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Highways Theater in Santa Monica, and The Body Archive in New York City. Young has exhibited Internationally with her performance art, video art installations, and photography. Young has taught workshops, lectures, and acted as a panelist, on the topics of sexuality, feminist porn studies, the politics of BDSM, and queering the body within the arena of performance art, at Yale University, Hampshire College, Northwestern University, University of Toronto, University of Minnesota, and UC Berkeley. Young is the founder and facilitator of the Erotic Film School, an annual 3-day erotic film training program; she is also on the board of Earth Lab, an eco-sex art and activism organization founded by Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens. Her writings have been published in books such as The Ultimate Guide to Kink; Coming Out Like a Porn Star; Best Sex Writing of 2013; and Johns, Marks, Tricks, and Chickenhawks. Her memoir, Daddy, was published in February 2014 through Rare Bird Lit; followed by the release of  The DIY Porn Handbook: Documenting Our Sexual Revolution (Greenery Press) and The Ultimate Guide to Sex Through Pregnancy and Motherhood (Cleis Press)  released in late 2016. Young has been featured for her expertise in sex-positive culture on such media outlets as BravoTV, Huffington Post,, New York Times, and HBO. For more information, visit and

About Hacienda Studio:

Hacienda Studio is Brooklyn’s sexiest home for events, private parties, and workshops in communication, sexual health, BDSM, kink, and polyamory. Located in Bushwick, it is part of the Hacienda Villa intentional community that celebrates sex founded by Andrew Sparksfire, a real-estate entrepreneur, investor, and activist, and world-renowned sex educator Kenneth Play. The Villa has fourteen full-time members, fifteen bedrooms, thirteen bathrooms, three kitchens, as well as a basement event space, backyard fire pit, hot tub, gazebo, and outdoor bar and lounge. The members come from diverse backgrounds, relationship practices, and professions. They celebrate all safe, consensual sexual expression among adults. As an intentional community, they live together deliberately by principles of inclusivity, compassionate communication, stewardship, self-actualization, and social responsibility. The Villa is a home first, and they practice responsible hedonism, with the belief that they can indulge all our pleasures while being considerate of everyone’s needs and boundaries. Hacienda Villa has been named one of the “Reasons to Love New York” by New York Magazine, and featured in The Huffington Post, BUST, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Time Out New York, Gothamist, The New York Daily News, The New York Post, Bustle, as well as on CBS News, The Young Turks Network, and BRIC TV. Learn more at 

About The Tank:

The Tank is a Manhattan-based multi-disciplinary arts presenter and producer. Our mission is to remove economic barriers from the creation of new work by artists launching their careers and experimenting within their art form. Our goal is to do this in an environment that is inclusive and accessible to all. The heart of our services is providing free performance space, and we also offer a suite of other resources such as free rehearsal space, artist fees, and promotional support. We keep ticket prices affordable and view our work as democratic, opening up both the creation and attendance of the arts to all.

Under the leadership of Co-Artistic Directors Rosalind Grush and Meghan Finn, in September of 2017, the company moved to our new home in the Theater Building at 312 W 36th Street where we took full control over two theaters: a 98 seat proscenium and a 56-seat blackbox theater. We anticipate that this year we will serve over 2,000 artists presenting 800 performances by emerging artists from throughout the five boroughs.

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