Join us for the 2nd episode of Seucy and Boto: Adventures From The Amazon Jungle! A puppet performance for kids and families by resident company Loco7.
Nobles & Savages, a group exhibition featuring works by three artists represented by RARE: Johnston Foster, Dionisios Fragias, and Eamon O’Kane. Their works reference the noble side of man as well as a darker side that often obscures and interferes with his better instincts.
Written & Performed by Aisha Josiah A headless cat and an incriminating photo begin an adrenaline-filled quest for revenge through the feminine underworld of small-town England. Narrated by Saff (who’s on the run) and Oli (who should be), unfolds a tale of bizarre sexual conquests, graphic ultra violence and girls behaving monstrously. About the […]
Young artists, poets, and emcees blend Hawaiian chants and Bomba Alaskan style with beat box. Livestreamed from CultureHub on http://howlround.com/tv
o help conceptualize the relationship between human activity and coral reef health, children will role play the different elements of the coral reef ecosystem. Then they will then set up an experiment to test the effects of marine life photosynthesis on ocean acidification.
Presenting three panels on different periods of Chuma’s work. Yoshiko Chuma has been an innovator in New York City’s Post-Modern Dance scene since 1982.
A night of poetry on the theme of consent. Featuring: Timothy DuWhite, Lauren Whitehead, Justin Woo, Nicole Goodwin, Sarah Duncan, Taylor Steele, Carol Brown, Teniece Divya Johnson, Alyssa Kerec Harley & Anna/Kate.
Free panel, performance & screenings on the work of Tadeusz Kantor, Polish avant-garde theater director. Part of The Coffeehouse Chronicles series.
Honoring Ellen Robbins for her creative achievements in teaching dance. With tributes to The Harkness Foundation for Dance, Mertz Gilmore Foundation and The Jerome Robbins Foundation for supporting La MaMa Moves! since its inception. Proceeds from the benefit will greatly assist La MaMa in producing the 10th La MaMa Moves! dance festival this May 21 – June 21, 2015. The festival has showcased the work of approximately 400 emerging and seasoned choreographers since its beginnings.
The Trinity/La MaMa Performing Arts Program in New York City provides full immersion in the NYC theater, dance, and performance communities. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis through March 1, 2015