Featuring Sing Felt! by Alexandra Tatarsky, These Animals Don’t Have Faces by Millie Kap, Quick Change by Felix Bernstein
Multi-Media Installation deconstructing the creative process of playwright Mike Gorman.
Viet Rock is widely considered to be the first rock musical written and performed in the United States, as well as the first protest play about Vietnam.
NYU/Tisch School of the Arts/Department of Drama/StageWorks Presents: Political Snorts by Elizabeth Swados
Political Snorts is a revue filled with characters songs and sketches that examine, rip apart, and destroy events taking place in our world. The comedy is dangerous so come wearing a vest.
An adaptation of William Shakespeare’s The Tempest By Motus Theatre.
A fun-filled, immersive performance by La MaMa resident artists. Embracing puppetry, music and theatre – A unique holiday event for the whole family!
Just in time for the holidays, La MaMa E.T.C. presents Nicky Paraiso as the master of ceremonies for the ultimate holiday cabaret, in our intimate 99-seat cabaret space. Each night there will be a holy host of characters singing, dancing, gender-bending, and merry making, all to get you into the East Village spirit of the season.
Artists that have worked at La MaMa throughout the past 5 decades contribute a piece of artwork, with no media restrictions. The result is a salon style exhibit that truly represents the La MaMa spirit.
A new theatre piece featuring the Koliadnyky, an ensemble of winter song singers from Kryvorivnia (a Ukrainian village in the Hutsul region of the Carpathian Mountains) and Yara artists. The event will feature traditional winter songs from the Koliada rituals and scenes from contemporary Ukraine.
Conceived and directed by Martha Tornay, Artistic Director, East Village Dance Project
Co-director: Victoria Roberts-Wierzbowski (East Village Dance Project)
Returning to La MaMa for its second year, THE SHELL-SHOCKED NUT upends the classic structure of E.T. Hoffman’s Nutcracker, relocates it in the East Village, and uses a cast of lively characters to explore themes of loss and recovery.