“Catch him as his star climbs”- Time Out New York

3RIAN KING is a singer, songwriter, and performer acclaimed for his gender-defying voice Whoopi Goldberg once said was the last sound she wanted to hear before bed to ensure she had beautiful dreams. Through original songs and monologues, 3rian invites audiences to meditate on love, religion, sexuality, and identity. Their song “Cold Rain” was covered by New Orleans Soul Queen, Irma Thomas, on her Grammy-nominated “Simply Grand” earning the track high praise in Rolling Stone, USA Today, The Village Voice. With the band What Time Is It, Mr. Fox?, King delivers smoky cabaret and soul-noir as if Tom Waits and Annie Lennox were performing in a secret French cafe. The band consistently packs venues in Boston, NYC, and beyond, from intimate jazz clubs to musical circus extravaganzas with songs accompanied by aerialists, dancers, and animation. What Time Is It, Mr. Fox? also features Nathan Cohen on violin & trumpet, Joe Cardoza on upright bass, Dennis Monagle on drums, and Renee Dupuis on piano, melodica, & voice. For the latest news and music visit http://www.whattimeisitmrfox.com

MEDUSA RECLAIMED (70min) 3rian wrote and coproduced this multimedia play reenvisioning the Greek myth of Medusa incorporating live music, dialogue, animation, shadow puppetry, and aerial theater in various interations. The story addresses issues of gender, heteropatriarchy, sexual assault, and colonialism.http://www.medusareclaimed.com




GRAVITATIONAL FOOL (80 min) How often do we play The Fool? Throughout history society has often relegated the queer to the role of the clown, from sad Pierrot to the sissy, the funny fop to the lonely dandy. Through make-up, costume, monologues and original music, 3rian and his band of musicians and circus performers examine the ways these archetypes both empower and limit our identities and relationships. From soul-searing ballads to hilarious songs about sex with the ex, Gravitational Fool will cure you of your clown phobia. www.gravfool.com


PREMIERED AT THE 2014 AFTERGLOW FESTIVAL, PROVINCETOWN MA (founded by Quinn Cox & John Cameron Mitchell) 

OBERON (ART) Cambridge MA, (2017) and ENDICOTT COLLEGE, Beverly MA (2018