La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club

66 East 4th Street
(btw Bowery & 2nd Ave)
New York, NY 10003

Office: M–F 11a–6p
Box Office: M–Su 12–6p

Coming Soon

La MaMa Puppet Slam: Call for Applications

June 20 – August 18, 2014

The La MaMa 2014 Puppet Slam seeks short works of genius! Short works should be between three to seven minutes. We seek condensed works for puppetry that are: compelling, brilliant, witty, tragic, funny, stunning,startling, ironic, exotic, political, lyrical, musical, beautiful, intellectual, experimental, wild…. but always demonstrate genius in a matter of minutes!Original Work! Nothing longer than 7 [...]

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Join the La MaMa Junior Committee today and become part of a thriving community of artists and professionals with access to the best downtown theatre has to offer. The Junior Committee is a critical link between La MaMa’s past and future. Committee members are ambassadors to the next generation of theatre-goers, with exclusive access to our programs, [...]

Summer Shares: So Long, Willy (Let’s Go Home)

August 21 – August 23, 2014

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.

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Summer Shares: The Maids

August 25, 2014 at 8pm

by Jean Genet Directed and translated by Nancy Jones With Erica Chappell, Peter LaPrade, Les Gibbs First Floor Theatre 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 [...]

Summer Shares: Make HERstory

August 29 – August 30, 2014 at 8pm

First Floor Theatre “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.

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