May Day Precarity
text performance, 30 minute, Poetry Project, New York City.

To introduce Sarah is to make a confession. She is the type of person one might steal language from. Just a line, or two, as it emerges not exactly as art. There is something about Rodigari’s mind, and the way it gets delivered to us that is the most satisfying humor. It’s an academic in drag. It’s a jellyfish of satire, the commentary delicate, beautiful, but holding the power to sting. (Ariel Goldberg, Curator, Friday Night’s at the Poetry Project, 2015)