Day of Remembrance Exhibition

March 12, 2017

Admission is Free On February 19, 1942 President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066. Be a part of the 75th anniversary as we reflect on the events surrounding the imprisonment of over 120,000 Japanese Americans during WWII – approximately 2/3 of whom were American citizens. The event is open and encouraged for all ages, ethnic backgrounds, and […]

He’s Our President / He’s Our Problem

February 20, 2017

  A Performance Action Event Curated and Hosted by Nicky Paraiso A series of DIY performance events held around the country and the world on February 20, 2017 – that aims to mobilize our ongoing resistance and channel our anger into art and activism! We are calling for radical inclusive, disruptive, provocative, ridiculous, enraged and […]

Poetry Electric: Voices of the New Resistance

February 20, 2017

Against the President on President’s day!The New Resistance Hosted by  Jane LeCroy & Kaila Mullady Money gives us its paper cuts from which we are bleeding to death. How will we save the world?  Diversity, Inclusion, Acceptance. NYC poets and beatboxers demonstrate the art of the new resistance. FEATURING: | John S. Hall | Heide Hatry | […]

Experiments 17: Before Evening Comes

February 27, 2017

Written by Philana Omorotionmwan Directed by Nehprii Amenii With his 13th birthday around the corner, Totome is excited to meet “the butcher” and finally become a man. His mother, however, hopes to keep him whole for just a little while longer. Before Evening Comes is a poetic exploration of what becomes of black boys and men in […]

The Mountain Bird

March 2, 2017 - March 5, 2017

Grusomheten Theatre – Norway Directed by Lars Øyno Original Score by Filip Sande Theater | US Premiere Performed in the original Norweigan with English supertitles Run Time: 85 Minutes The Mountain Bird (“Fjeldfuglen”) is an evening-length staging of Henrik Ibsen´s 1859 unfinished opera libretto, which received its world-premiere in 2009 by the Grusomhetens Teater (Theater […]