The Trinity/La MaMa Performing Arts Program in New York City provides full immersion in the NYC theater, dance, and performance communities. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis through March 1, 2015
A kaleidoscopic presentation of multimedia happenings dedicated to the great, and always inspiring, Ellen Stewart. The show comprises the book launch of “Posters for Unwritten Plays”, the first publication of its kind in the world portraying images for plays that have not yet been written.
Exploring blindness and invisibility, Dusk Ahead shows the murky fading light of dusk when it is difficult to
discern what is real and what is imagined. Dusk is the hour between dog and wolf, from domestic to wild. This
high-caliber cast of international and Irish performers will also act as the band, playing live music throughout
the piece. Part of La MaMa Moves! Dance Festival 2015
Shared Evening of new work from Gwen Welliver, Eric Geiger & Anya Cloud and Brandon Collwes
CONCEPTION AND CHOREOGRAPHY BY STANLEY LOVE PERFORMED BY STANLEY LOVE PERFORMANCE GROUP Persephone Pomegranate seeds, huny will saturate the space with dance and fill it wall to wall with full-throttle movement, accompanied by an eclectic mix of songs. What these “classics” (ranging from Meredith Monk through Journey to Barry White and beyond) have in common is […]
Mulan is the classic story of a Chinese peasant girl who disguises herself as a man so that she can take her ailing father’s place as a soldier in the emperor’s war against the Huns.
So Long, Willy (Let’s Go Home), opens the door to a utopian world of sterilized love, physical difference, and material sameness. Surrounded by 90’s animated classics and animal adventure romps (including that movie where Michael Jackson frees a whale with the power of music), I AM A BOYS CHOIR glimpses into a future in which intimacy is increasingly difficult, but, with a little bit of help from Britney and Celine Dion, this dance theater piece will try to find it anyway.
by Jean Genet / Directed and translated by Nancy Jones. Genet’s 1947 drama centers on two maids, Claire and Solange, who engage in ritualistic, sadomasochistic “games” while their employer, known only as Madame, is away. In this intimate three-person piece, with repetitive action and dialogue that ranges from ornate to crude, Genet delves into issues of class, power, sexuality, and gendered performance.
The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond focuses on understanding what racism is, where it comes from, how it functions, why it persists and how it can be undone. This training is tailored specifically to cultural organizers, artists of all kinds, and arts administrators.