The epic story of Mary Brown, an iconoclastic and wickedly funny Irish immigrant. In this beautiful one-woman play, Obie-award winner Winsome Brown channels her mother and family, bringing to life the homesickness and humor of an Irish expatriate.
Pioneers Go East Collective creates a new installation of it’s Docudrama theatre work about child labor in the
early 20th century textile industry in the Southern United States. Video and photography re-create the experience of mill workers, as live artists perform folk music and interview excerpts inspired by original audio recordings from textile workers.
Curator: Michal Gamily | Moderator: Anne Berryl Corotan Naguit The dances of Kinding Sindaw originate from the royal court dances of the Maranao Sultanate- a repertory of the sacred, classic, and secular combining grace and vigor, dances that directly reflect their rich natural environment. Dancers imitate the graceful movements of birds, fish, butterflies, rivers, streams, and ocean […]
La MaMa Moves! Dance Festival celebrates it’s 10th Anniversary Season, featuring work by: Alexandra Beller, Yoshiko Chuma, Anya Cloud and Eric Geiger, Brandon Collwes, Jane Comfort and Company, Junk Ensemble, Jon Kinzel, Stanley Love Performance Group, John Scott, Ani Taj, Thierry Micouin & Gwen Welliver
A brief look back at La MaMa’s 2014-2015 Season.
By Thierry Micouin. The third part of a triptych that began with a solo piece about the problem of identity building, Double Jack sets a challenge for performers: an interactive sound installation composed of five electric guitars reacts instantaneously to the movements of the dancer.
La MaMa’s 53rd season has come to a close and another fiscal year has ended! We would like to thank all of the 1000+ artists from all over the world who set in motion more than 80 productions that brought in over 32,000 visitors this season! Special thanks goes out to our individual 2015 donors this […]
Music by Sara Galassini and Yukio Tsuji.
Series Director – Michal Gamily Educational Outreach – Arthur Adair Judith Malina is an actress, writer, director, and co-founder of the Living Theater. Founded in 1947 as an imaginative alternative to the commercial theater by Judith Malina, the German-born student of Erwin Piscator, and Julian Beck, an abstract expressionist painter of the New York School, The […]
Series Director – Michal Gamily Educational Outreach – Arthur Adair Tom Murrin (1939–2012) was best known as a pioneering performance artist of the East Village scene, turning trash into treasure in his uniquely entertaining shows. But he began as one of the first generation of La MaMa playwrights and continued to write and present plays throughout […]