Mirage Theatre Company’s Cedars is a passionate and raw play based on contemporary Native American poetry, depicting the struggles of indigenous people as they are adapted into modern-day society and honoring Native American culture.
Talking Band celebrates their Fortieth Season with an episodic music-theater work that traces the shifting identities of its characters over time and changing circumstances.
Book, Music & Lyrics by Richard E. Waits. Directed by Paul Stancato. A Solo Performance Art/Experimental Play With Music about ROSE WAITS, a woman from Buffalo who could have ruled the world… If they had let her.
An adapation of Oliver Sacks’ non-fiction bestseller, Musicophilia, by award-winning German author Norbert Niemann and Meta Theatre (Munich).
Adah Isaacs Menken. The Naked Lady. The Great Bare. Prince Mazeppa. Infelicita. Dolorous. Black. White. Jewish. Catholic. Housewife. Lesbian. Actress. Poet. Equestrienne. World famous. Forgotten. Who was she really? Theatre Askew constructs a biography of the first international superstar in Horseplay: or, The Fickle Mistress.
A pair of immersive performances that blend humor, poetry & audience interaction in order to talk about the basics: love and money. You might leave with a date and a pocket full of cash to pay for it.
Yara Arts Group premieres their latest work, HITTING BEDROCK, a response to the crisis in Ukraine and its effects on the city of Donetsk.
The variety of beatbox performance styles and forms is showcased in this four-day event including an open mike, beat rhyme battles, and vocal wars featuring some of the leading beatbox artists in America. Special appearance by 2013 & 2014 Beatrhyme Battle and Vocal Wars Winner – Kaila Mullady.
In an unnamed city, 4 performance artists mysteriously get jobs with “Noodles Astray,” a puppet webseries for children, and now live in glass towers built on the ruins of their former neighborhood. They must decide if “Noodles” will preach the new gospel of progress, or sing the almost forgotten tune of dissent. A comedy, Noodles Astray uses puppets, sinew, and video to create a world held in the littlest hands.
Elia Schneider is known for hauntingly visual productions that transcend language with strong imagery and a dreamlike fresco of movement and design. In Judgement on a Gray Beach, themes of exile and totalitarianism are explored.