tom o'organ

Coffeehouse Chronicles #148: Tom O’Horgan

June 16

Michal Gamily – Series Director  Arthur Adair – Educational Outreach Coffeehouse Chronicles honors Tom O’Horgan and his long career with panelists, live performances and archival material from the La MaMa Archives. Featuring: Victor Attar, Marc Cohen, Paul Foster, Jeffrey Johnson, Thomas Kopache, Albert Poland, Jim Rado, Amanda Schussel, Tyler Waage, Suki Weston   The La MaMa Troupe: Marilyn Joan Roberts, Jacque Lynn Colton, Beth […]

La MaMa Receives 2018 Regional Theatre Tony

La MaMa values the vision of its founder, Ellen Stewart, in presenting and supporting art that communicates to all, regardless of culture, race or language. La MaMa E.T.C. is so honored to be recognized by The Tony Awards in our 56th Season of dedication to to the artist and all aspects of the theatre. We […]

Days of Remembrance & Resistance

April 20 - May 04, 2018

Days of Remembrance and Resistance is an exhibit and series of events coordinated by New York City Day of Remembrance Committee to shed light on the incarceration of Japanese Americans during WWII and to build alliances to with Muslim and Latinx communities targeted by anti-immigrant sentiment today.   The exhibit is open April 20 – May […]

The Abyss of the Birds

June 14 - June 17, 2018

In association with The Cuban Cultural Center of New York Presented by Teatro Obstáculo Written & Directed by Víctor Varela Music by Pedro Pablo Pedroso Lights by Bibiana Scholnik An Unauthorized View Of History Or The World As A Concentration Camp The legendary founder of Teatro Obstáculo returns with a new production that oscillates between Cuba and […]

Mindanao: The Story of Tabunaway, Mamalu and Their Descendants

June 21 - June 24, 2018

“If you remember the resilience of your ancestors, you can never be conquered.” Concept, Direction and Choreography by Potri Ranka Manis Mindanao will focus on the resilience of the indigenous peoples of the southern Philippines as passed through generations of oral tradition. Kinding Sindaw will bring you into the lives of these two brothers who nurtured the […]

THIS DANCERIE | New Love, 1910: World Out of Kilter

May 11 - May 13, 2018

New Love: 1910…and Paris, 1938 are the first two projects of This Dancerie, a multi-event, multi-site, multi-media cycle of works exploring Paris as the site of same sex desires, creating a queer century despite prohibitions against the manifestation of those desires. These works are being produced in partnership with Obscura Broadcasting Company and Association Errances. A Performance/Installation by Tony […]

Shared Evening: Parijat Desai | Paz Tanjuaquio | Angie Pittman

May 17 - May 18, 2018

O.O.F. (studies in the opposite of fear) Choreography by Parijat Desai Performed by Parijat Desai Station II Station By Paz Tanjuaquio & Topaz Arts Dance Productions Leaning On Made by Angie Pittman Performed by Angie Pittman About the Performances O.O.F. (studies in the opposite of fear) Choreography by Parijat Desai Performed by Parijat Desai Music/Sound […]

Lang Spring Theater Production: A Respectable Wedding

April 12 - April 14, 2018

Directed and Choreographed by Dan Safer The Eugene Lang Theater Program at The New School Presents: A RESPECTABLE WEDDING An orchestrated catastrophe, a party gone WRONG, A nightmare dressed up as a comedy of manners, with drunken toasts, and a near total collapse of a good time. Starring: Sabrina Wu, Ashton Garcia, Sarah-Grace Donnelly, Daniel […]

Dance and Film 1960-80 Film Screenings

May 26 - May 27, 2018

Film Screenings in partnership with POOL – INTERNATIONALES TanzFilmFestival BERLIN / DOCK 11 (Berlin, Germany) At Douglas Dunn Studio, 541 Broadway, Third Floor Free Admission The screenings are dedicated to the film-choreographic experiments of the New York dance and film scene and follow the traces of the avantgarde movements from the early 60s to 80s. Each […]

Free Panel | Secret Journey: Stop Calling Them Dangerous

May 19 - May 20, 2018

La MaMa in partnership with Movement Research  Location: Movement Research room G05 at Abrons Arts Center [ 466 Grand St, New York, NY 10002 ] A Panel Symposium with long-table discussions over two days. The Panel Symposium includes conversations between Deniz Atli (Ankara, Turkey), Yoshiko Chuma (New York/Berlin/Japan), Adham Hafez (NYC/Berlin/Cairo) with Gamar Markarian (Lebanon/ US), Mahinour Badrawy (Egypt/ US), […]