I Am Here

October 11, 2014

I AM HERE is a devised performance which grew out of a yearlong process that linked Catherine Filloux’s play, SELMA ‘65, with students from USC Lancaster.

Make HERstory

August 29, 2014 - August 30, 2014

“MAKE HERstory”, a one woman show written and performed by Alisa Brock, is a tale wrapped up in many tales of imagination used to survive abandonment and abuse. It is reality’s laughter and a gumbo of true stories that never had the chance to be told – until now.

WET CLUTCH: Dance Cartel

May 28, 2015 - May 30, 2015

By The Dance Cartel Choreography by Ani Taj Known for delivering “boundary-stretching…haute-performance theory with a house party vibe” (The New York Times) Ani Taj and The Dance Cartel creates experiences that break the expectation of a “dance performance” in order to bring movement to a broad and diverse audience. Inspired by Hollywood cinema’s female heroes from […]

Poetry Electric: Seriously Though

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A mixed bag of comedy, burlesque, theater, and social justice-ing.
There will be laughs, there will be tits, there will be tears, and one day, justice. Come join award-winning and critically-acclaimed Una, Morgan, Julia, and Michi for a very special one-night-only never-again cabaret. You’ve been asking, and they’ve been evasive, but it’s finally here: sisters in real life and sisters of the road, they will awe you with a taste of their solo work in dance, burlesque, comedy, storytelling, and theater. Sexy-funny-sad, given where you are, this is where you want to be, seriously.

La Galleria: Summons

20150604 - 20150621

Summons, a collaborative project with Jack Reynolds, Theo Cote, and Emma Rae Norton, combines their respective works of paint, video, and digital imagery to create a new piece of art. Each allows their own work to play a significant role throughout the process. The show is as much about making a final piece as it is about discovering new contexts for each other’s work.

YOUR WAR’TRY GRAVE

20150612 - 20150621

Theatre auteur Arthur Adair returns to La MaMa in a highly anticipated musically-charged theatrical installation. A live sound-scape underscores a “man vs. self vs. nature” narrative woven from a mash-up of classical, scientific and original contemporary text, utilizing theatre, dance, music, and visual art in its storytelling.