Witness Relocation / Dan Safer | Surveys the Prairie of Your Room

May 18 - May 19, 2019

Directed, Choreographed and Performed by Dan Safer Co-Created and Performed by Ae Andreas Original Music by Heather Christian Original Text by Kate Scelsa Dan Safer, a downtown maverick and the Artistic Director of Witness Relocation, returns to the stage, in this original work, a duet co-created and performed with leading Witness Relocation company member, Ae […]

Bobbi Jene Smith | Lost Mountain

May 16 - May 19, 2019

Directed by Bobbi Jene Smith Lost Mountain draws inspiration from the catastrophic and sublime machinations of geological forces to create an abstract and emotionally visceral narrative. A series of vignettes with live music brings together twelve remarkable artists from around the world including former Batsheva and Punch Drunk performers.  Bobbi Jene Smith’s “work refuses to […]

Hari Krishnan / inDance | SKIN, Mea Culpa, Uma and Holy Cow(s)

May 11 - May 12, 2019

By Hari Krishnan/inDANCE Described as a “maverick gadfly who is aggressively iconoclastic and a Very Naughty Boy who scoffs at tradition, turns things upside down and shakes out all the cobwebs….”, choreographer Hari Krishnan presents an unmissable evening of high energy dance and complex choreography with a powerful queer, socio-political subtext in a mixed bill of four subversive works, […]

Yin Mei | Peony Dreams: On The Other Side Of Sleep

May 09 - May 10, 2019

Concept & Choreography by Yin Mei Yin Mei Dance brings this inspired new take on The Peony Pavilion, one of the most revered plays in Chinese literature. A surreal and epic self-portrait set amidst the violence of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, Peony Dreams: On the Other Side of Sleep follows a young dancer who is […]

Colleen Thomas | but the sun came up and we were here

May 03 - May 05, 2019

Directed by Colleen Thomas Choreography by Colleen Thomas with the performers Music by Robert Boston What are the limits – or possibilities – of a sense of belonging amid rising fear and tension in an unsteady world? In her newest work, internationally acclaimed choreographer Colleen Thomas delves into the embodied experience of self, perception and […]

Culturehub: Refest

March 14 - March 16, 2019

Refest is CultureHub’s annual festival that brings artists, activists, and technologists together to envision our role in re-shaping the future. Through exhibitions, performances, and conversations, Refest 2019 explores how we create, resist, and redefine gender within an evolving technological landscape. Presented in collaboration with Center for Constitutional Rights, Magnum Foundation, and NYU Interactive Telecommunications Program. […]

Jack Reynolds: language like lava at Spring/Break Art Show

March 05 - March 11, 2019

La MaMa Galleria presents Jack Reynolds: language like lava @ SPRING/BREAK Art Show NYC Exploring ideas of representation and information, while playing with expectations based on historical formatting, Jack Reynolds situates imagery within a complicated space of language, form, and mark-making. This exhibit will be at BOOTH W31 SPRING/BREAK Art Show is an internationally recognized exhibition […]

Experiments 19: They Call Me Wally

March 11

A play with music By Alexandra Zelman-Doring With: Gore Abrams Laura Troshynski Carol Lambert Anne O’Sullivan Tom Martin Scott Shirk Allison Anderegg Leo DeFriend About the Author Alexandra Zelman-Doring’s plays have been presented at The Flea Theater, Access Theater, The Edinburgh Fringe, 59E59th, Dixon Place, HERE Arts Center, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and The New […]

Poetry Electric: Shhh…and Beats

March 11

Shhhh… and Beats is an ongoing collaboration between poet Daniel Carlton and tap dancer Alex MacDonald. Blending elements of spoken word, tap, and jazz, the work seeks to chronicle the vibrations of NYC and the never-ending quest for quietude. Special guests include bassist Steve Whipple, pianist Jesse Elder, and tap dancers CK Edwards, Liberty Styles, […]

Mia Habib | All – a physical poem of protest

May 03 - May 05, 2019

Choreographed by Mia Habib Norwegian choreographer Mia Habib’s ALL – a physical poem of protest investigates the protesting body, the human mass and its force through the meditative action of walking and running in circles.  “The score is epic because it is open enough to respond to any occasion and resonate with human struggle, protest […]