Allegra Meshuggah is an Oakland, Calif., native and performer at the House of Yes. She was performing in Australia for the venue’s offshoot project Blunderland when she got word of the impact COVID-19 was making on the lives of those in the U.S.

Allegra Meshuggah is an Oakland, Calif., native and performer at the House of Yes. She was performing in Australia for the venue's offshoot project Blunderland when she got word of the impact COVID-19 was making on the lives of those in the U.S.

Allegra Meshuggah is an Oakland, Calif., native and performer at the House of Yes. She was performing in Australia for the venue’s offshoot project Blunderland when she got word of the impact COVID-19 was making on the lives of those in the U.S.

New York City, New York — June 27, 2020: Allegra Misonznick-Davidson, an Oakland, California native and performer at the House of Yes, was performing in Australia for the Brooklyn venues offshoot project “Blunderland” when she got word of the impact COVID-19 was making on the lives of those in the states. Allegra, who goes by her stage name “Allegra Meshuggah” is the leader of the clown troop Fou-York, an East Coast franchise to the Fou Fou Ha! clown organization based in California. Since arriving back in Brooklyn, Allegra has used the time to reflect on ways to create art that can provide an impact presently in our time. CREDIT: José A. Alvarado Jr for NPR