Something To Write Home About: Singapore Arts Festival in New York

September 12 - September 22, 2015

BRINGING TOGETHER THE LITTLE RED DOT AND THE BIG APPLE ☄ WE’VE ALL EXPERIENCED WHAT IT’S LIKE TO BE FAR FROM HOME, TO MISS FAMILY, FRIENDS, OR OUR FAVORITE FOODS. AT THE SAME TIME, BEING AWAY FROM HOME CAN BE AND HAS BEEN A SOURCE OF INSPIRATION, ADVENTURE AND SELF-DISCOVERY FOR MANY OF US IN THE SINGAPOREAN […]

InNprogress Collective/Afshin Varjavandi | toPRAY

May 05 - May 06, 2016

“Whosoever knoweth the power of the dance, dwelleth in God.” ~ Jalāl ad-DīnRumi, Poems   There is moment for everyone when we learn to look inside ourselves: only our own eyes can have that vision. toPRAY tells the point of view from which we observe ourselves. toPRAY is a passage. Sometimes the journey to reach the human soul is […]

News From Fukushima: Meditation On An Under-Reported Catastrophe By A Poet

September 11 - September 13, 2015

Free Admission | Reservations: 270-307-6233 News From Fukushima is a pensive and provocative theater work with dance, poetry, music and film from Tokyo-based writer Yuri Kageyama. Fukushima is the worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl. Radiation is still spewing from the multiple meltdowns, reaching as far as the American West Coast. Some 100,000 people were displaced […]

Lanotte

LANOTTE+VERSO

September 10 - September 13, 2015

LANOTTE is an assertively absurdist dance romp about being a woman. VERSO is the B side of LANOTTE; a reaction to ourselves and the change in our own creative process. LANOTTE +VERSO are inextricably linked: LANOTTE, a dark journey of the female mind, and VERSO, a fast paced succession of dancescapes. Each dance relies on […]

Laramie Project

The Laramie Project

August 21 - August 23, 2015

Directed by: George Papamichael The Laramie Project is a play by Moisés Kaufman and members of the Tectonic Theater Project (specifically, Leigh Fondakowski, Stephen Belber, Greg Pierotti, Barbara Pitts, Stephen Wangh, Amanda Gronich, Sara Lambert, John McAdams, Maude Mitchell, Andy Paris, and Kelli Simpkins) about the reaction to the 1998 murder of University of Wyoming […]

Drive East

Drive East: Indian Classical Music and Dance

August 10 - August 16, 2015

20 Concerts7 days1 theater From August 10–16, join Navatman for Drive East as we bring together artists from all over the globe for one of the most ambitious—and lauded—congregations of Indian classical music and dance. Whether you are a seasoned patron or interested in learning more, there is an experience for everyone in this extraordinary […]

Shared Evening: B.S. Movement & Jumatatu Poe

May 07 - May 08, 2016

Machine Affect by: BS Movement (Shaina Branfman & Bryan Strimpel) Our instinctual nature tends to be concerned less with compassion and more with connection…” Machine Affect brings its viewer to the point of intersection between abstract physical design and the range of human response. B.S. Movement is a body of people researching the function of physical […]

Ellen Stewart International Award

Applications Now Closed The new Ellen Stewart International is an Award given to an individual theater artist or theater company whose work promotes social change, and community participation with a particular focus on the engagement of young people. Named for La MaMa founder Ellen Stewart, The International award celebrates her remarkable lifetime achievements in the theater and her […]

Eighth Annual ALUMNIGHT

October 26 - October 28, 2015

Curated by Zishan Ugurlu ALUMNIGHT Eighth Annual EventCelebrating the work of playwright Adrienne Kennedy Adrienne Kennedy is an influential playwright whose work has been produced since the 1960s. Her surreal, lyrical dramas explore the violence racism visits upon people’s lives, transcending plots and character through radical experimentation. Featuring Lang Alumni:Fernando Arruda, Daniel Benhamu, Emelia Benoit-Lavelle, […]