To the left of the pantry and under the sugar shack

February 12 - February 21, 2016

By Harunalee Theater Company Memory Palace Designed by Gregory Laffey Costumes by Karen Boyer Food from neighborhood vendors will be served. *seating is extremely limited: advance purchase highly recommended To the left of the pantry and below the sugar shack is a Memory Palace. It’s a little bit cosmos and a little bit party, carefully designed […]


February 18 - February 21, 2016

A Production of Eclipses Group Theatre New York and Actors Without Borders–ITONY Oresteia: Agamemnon by Aeschylus Directed by Zishan Uğurlu Performed in Greek with English supertitles Agamemnon is the first play of the trilogy Oresteia written by Aeschylus. The play is a meditation on female revenge, sexual bleeding, male pomposity, self-consuming truth, and a sense of […]


March 03 - March 20, 2016

By The Faux-Real Theatre Company Directed by Mark Greenfield Dionysus: our hero, a gender-fluid god, both loving and murderous. The Bacchae: our heroines, ecstatic followers of the Dionysian cult. Pentheus: our villian, logical; secular. Euripedes: a 5th-century BCE writer who defies modern sensibilities. Is The Bacchae liberation theology or a celebration of religious zealotry? With […]

Yo Miss: Transforming Trauma Into Art

March 04 - March 13, 2016

Written, Performed & Live-Sound Engineered by Judith Sloan Dramaturgy by Morgan Jenness Script Consultant Warren Lehrer Josh Henderson on violin and Andrew Griffin on viola (March 4-6) Andrew Griffin on viola (March 11-13) Includes Original Music Composed by: Frank London, MiWi La Lupa, David Krakauer, Taylor Rivelli, Adam MJ Hill, Red Ukachukwu, Guy Klucevsek, Dave Guy, Touré “Southpaw” Harris, Josh Henderson Collaborating Engineers: Josh Valleau, Deep Singh & […]

The New World Symphony: Dvořák in America

March 10 - March 27, 2016

Czech-American Marionette Theatre Written and directed by Vít Hořejš Music by Antonín Dvořák and Saxophonist/Composer James Brandon Lewis The New World Symphony: Dvořák in America, explores the influence of African-American and Native American music upon the work of the famed 19th century Czech composer Antonín Dvořák and consequently on music development worldwide.  Performed by Czechoslovak […]


March 18 - March 27, 2016

Written and performed by Romana Soutus Directed by Rachel Levens Hyena is an interactive and visceral solo show about the beast within. Hyena examines questions of intimacy, femininity and vulnerability as she attempts to find ways to navigate the painful world in which we live, while toeing the line between her public and private self. […]

The Sixth Annual American Human Beatbox Festival

February 26 - February 28, 2016

Beat Box Festival The Sixth Annual American Human Beatbox Festival The variety of beatbox performance styles and forms is showcased in this three-day event, which includes an open mic, beat rhyme battles, and vocal wars featuring some of the leading beatbox artists in America.   Special Offer: 2 tix for $20 (advance sale only) CLICK […]

The Digger: A Subterranean Allegory

March 24 - April 10, 2016

By Inkfish Written by: Brian Snapp Directed and Designed by: Michael Kelly The Digger: A Subterranean Allegory is a satire about the risks of mankind’s technological obsession. Part man, part machine, The Digger is a new-world pioneer who strives to find the source of life hidden in an underworld dominated by greed, lust, fraud, and treachery. Facing […]

SIX CHARACTERS (a family album)

March 31 - April 16, 2016

La MaMa in association with Skysaver Productions presents SIX CHARACTERS (a family album) Directed, Designed, and Adapted by Theodora Skipitares Music Composed by Sxip Shirey and Jordan Morton Set Design by Donald Eastman Technical Design by Jane Catherine Shaw Dramaturgy by Andrea Balis Featuring: Jan Leslie Harding, Chris Ignacio, Jordan Morton, Jane Catherine Shaw, Thomas Walker, […]

Lemonade by Heather Litteer

April 15 - April 24, 2016

Directed by Elena Heyman Assistant Directed by Callie Jane Farnsworth Dramaturg: Lucy Sexton Script Editor: Mike Albo Heather came to the Big Apple to become an actress. Little by little, part by part, she worked her way up the ladder, playing the hookers, junkies, and strippers — you know, the parts that some actresses are too afraid to play. […]