A musical and archetypal journey through the subconscious, Sunken Cathedral is a multimedia performance by Korean-American composer, sonic surrealist and TED fellow Bora Yoon, fusing voice, electronics, and instruments from various cultures and centuries with evocative video design.
The Helix Queer Performance Network gathers some of the most exciting new voices from NYC’s queer performance world, accompanied each night by a Guest of Honor — an established legend of their form! Come celebrate the legacy of community theatrics and multiple generations of queer genius.
Art and culture in and from Spoleto.
Celebrate with us and learn about La MaMa Umbria, our summer artists program in Spoleto, Italy.
An exhibition of paintings by Eileen Doster created pre and post Hurricane Sandy that explore our visual relationship to our rivers, oceans and water as a source of life, beauty and also as a destructive force.
Mirage Theatre Company’s Cedars is a passionate and raw play based on contemporary Native American poetry, depicting the struggles of indigenous people as they are adapted into modern-day society and honoring Native American culture.
Follow the adventures of Seucy, a brave little girl who meets amazing creatures from the Amazon Jungle. With the help of her friends, she protects the plants and animals of the rainforest from harm, exploitation and the terrible monster, Mapinguari.
Talking Band celebrates their Fortieth Season with an episodic music-theater work that traces the shifting identities of its characters over time and changing circumstances.
Tanner’s work abstracts immortality, ephemera, transformation and rebirth. His materials; metal leaf, glitter, beads and sand on wood, paper and glass keep a direct dialogue going on with each viewer as the light changes when they pass in front of each piece |Opening reception: Thursday, January 29th 6-9 pm
Book, Music & Lyrics by Richard E. Waits. Directed by Paul Stancato. A Solo Performance Art/Experimental Play With Music about ROSE WAITS, a woman from Buffalo who could have ruled the world… If they had let her.
An adapation of Oliver Sacks’ non-fiction bestseller, Musicophilia, by award-winning German author Norbert Niemann and Meta Theatre (Munich).