Richard Meros, B.A. is the Machiavelli of the Millenials. In this anarchic journey into the hot and heavy heart of Western Civilisation, Meros will prove, step by barkingly-logical step, that Hillary Clinton not only wants a Young Lover, but needs one to initiate a Golden Age of American culture and society. Furthermore, the only possible candidate for this coveted position is, by rational necessity, him.
Eleven Reflections on September is a spoken word, multi-media performance on the Arab American experience, Wars on/of Terror, and “the constant, quiet rain of death amidst beauty” that each autumn brings in a post-9/11 world.
Presenting three panels on different periods of Chuma’s work. Yoshiko Chuma has been an innovator in New York City’s Post-Modern Dance scene since 1982.
A night of poetry on the theme of consent. Featuring: Timothy DuWhite, Lauren Whitehead, Justin Woo, Nicole Goodwin, Sarah Duncan, Taylor Steele, Carol Brown, Teniece Divya Johnson, Alyssa Kerec Harley & Anna/Kate.
Free panel, performance & screenings on the work of Tadeusz Kantor, Polish avant-garde theater director. Part of The Coffeehouse Chronicles series.
Trash Cuisine is a play about violence and, in particular, about the ability of society, a group or an individual to take the life of another. Belarus Free Theatre was founded in 2005 under Europe’s last surviving dictatorship; the company is one of the most outspoken critics of Belarus’s repressive regime.
An experimental theater work in which four people form an “encounter support group” that sings about “post meaning” and living “content free.” On the cutting edge between entertainment and self-help, they inspire each other with idiosyncratic gestures and atonal harmonies. Written by the late downtown theater legend Jim Neu, The Floatones return to The Club at La MaMa after 25 years with a new generation of downtown performers.
My Heart is in the East is a theatre piece that uses history as a model for present tense conflict transformation. The play is a duet performed by two actors who play many roles, with puppets, in present day conflict zones and 11th Century Cordoba.
Honoring Ellen Robbins for her creative achievements in teaching dance. With tributes to The Harkness Foundation for Dance, Mertz Gilmore Foundation and The Jerome Robbins Foundation for supporting La MaMa Moves! since its inception. Proceeds from the benefit will greatly assist La MaMa in producing the 10th La MaMa Moves! dance festival this May 21 – June 21, 2015. The festival has showcased the work of approximately 400 emerging and seasoned choreographers since its beginnings.
A kaleidoscopic presentation of multimedia happenings dedicated to the great, and always inspiring, Ellen Stewart. The show comprises the book launch of “Posters for Unwritten Plays”, the first publication of its kind in the world portraying images for plays that have not yet been written.