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.
“Jane Comfort is one of the most fertile minds in the theater of mixed forms.” – The New York Times CHOREOGRAPHY BY JANE COMFORT AND COMPANY LIGHTING DESIGN BY JOE LEVASSEUR SOUND AND MUSIC COMPOSITION BY BRANDON WOLCOTT Representing a radical shift from Jane Comfort’s history of text-driven works, Altiplano is an abstract dance that […]
An evening of cocktails, dinner and performance celebrating La MaMa as a creative home for artists. Honoring Olympia Dukakis and Daniel L. Kurtz.
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”, 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.
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 […]
This solo exhibition culls its title from a Paul Klee print that was once in the collection of the philosopher and writer Walter Benjamin.
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.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar, by award-winning children’s book illustrator and writer, Eric Carle is retold on stage in black light.
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.