Liz Swados’ mission is to create engaging theater that is deeply connected to kids’ thoughts and feelings. Through exercises and improvisation, a group of children will come together to form an ensemble.
Curator: Michal Gamily / Moderator: Alisa Solomon Panelists: Peggy Shaw, Lois Weaver, Moe Angeles Performers: Ariel “Speedwagon” Federow & Katie Goldstein (Man Meat Collective) About Split Britches Split Britches was co-founded by Peggy Shaw and Lois Weaver with Deb Margolin, in 1981. Their collection of scripts, Split Britches Feminist Performance/Lesbian Practice, edited by Sue Ellen Case, […]
By Maria Irene Fornes, directed by George Ferencz
First enacted at Washington Square Methodist Church in February 1967 as part of the week-long cumulative protest against American involvement in Vietnam called Angry Arts Week, A Vietnamese Wedding then opened at La MaMa in 1969. Ms. Fornes has won nine Obies for either playwriting or direction.
La MaMa in association with No Visa Production. Orna Akad – author, playwright and theater director. Nominated for the Sapir literature award for her novel “Wadi Mileh,” and winner of the AKUM Prize (Society of authors, composers and music publishers in Israel), divides her personal and professional life between the two societies, Arab and Jews.
A Project of the Experiments Series FROM THE VAULT: a celebration series of Classic La MaMa scripts Project Director: George Ferencz.
THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO MADE OUR GALA SUCH A SUCCESS! Honoring: Olympia Dukakis Award-Winning actress, veteran of stage and screen, director, teacher For her creative achievement in the arts and her work as an activist for social change Dan Kurtz Partner – Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom For his steadfast advocacy on behalf […]
In celebration of Native American History Month, presented by Safe Harbor Indigenous Arts/Theater Collective at La MaMa
Inspired by a true story from the Korean Chronicles of the Three Kingdoms, Mokwha Repertory Company’s The Tempest is set in 5th century Korea, infusing Shakespeare’s text with elements of traditional Korean folklore.
An inter-generational workshop that explores experiences of the past in order to imagine the future. Participants will engage in simple theatre exercises to talk about climate change.
Four actors employ Grotowski method acting techniques to play 22 different characters. Based on the true story of Izolda Regenberg, a young Jewish woman trapped in the Warsaw ghetto with her husband family during World War II.