All Together Now Review -- Disson Produces Winning Women's Night


KT Comkowycz, Nicole Disson, Shelby Duncan,  Jacqueline Suskin   Photo:Oliver Newell

Shelby Duncan, Nicole Disson, KT Comkowycz, Jacqueline Suskin Photo:Oliver Newell


Space 15 Twenty hosted the night. Described as a “mixed-media event introducing emerging female artists”. But, really it’s more. Produced by Nicole Disson, it’s a cultured Hollywood event displaying a solid feminine unity, but also a strong experimental tone.

It’s a Friday night in the City of Angels much like any other evening, except there’s a tease of rain in the humid air. Enough that some might re-think an outside festival. But no, from a block away you hear the music. Not the thump of a nightclub, but rather a harmony. And a colorful, blissful, single harmonized theme describes the entire evening. ...

Nicole Disson is a name you’ll hear often this evening. Along with producing tonight’s event and performing in it, she’s many things. Talented, photogenic, precise, shrewd. She welcomes the crowd in a high energy manner that’s reminiscent to anyone who’s seen her work at the Open Fist Theater.


Jacqueline Suskin, Nicole Disson, Shelby Duncan    Photo:Oliver Newell

Jacqueline Suskin, Nicole Disson, Shelby Duncan Photo:Oliver Newell


The night ends with performance art. Nicole Disson and Jacqueline Suskin ascend the stage. Over the next burl of time, we see these two women work the platform. Passionate as they were, the audience’s eyes were fixed. ...

... And that’s entirely what Nicole Disson did. She produced an event that brought it all together. A group of women collaborated and found a thriving, interested and ultimately engaged audience.


To read the complete review, written by by Joe Wehinger, click Here.