La Galleria: Some Small Fever

April 13 - May 13, 2017

Opening Reception: Thursday, April 13th | 6pm-8pm Some Small Fever is an ongoing body of work centered around Bryson Rand’s experiences as a gay man and his relationship to queer communities. Working in both private spaces and the spaces we have created for ourselves, the work reveals the intersections between past and present; pain and […]

ADITL: A Day In The Life

April 14 - April 15, 2017

Written and performed by Akpore Uzoh ADITL ‘A Day In The Life’ is a new one man play which explores the injustice within the justice system through the lens of a young black man wrongfully arrested and the tumultuous journey that ensues following his subsequent conviction. In pursuit of social justice, giving a voice to the voiceless. ADITL Bitesize ADVERT […]

Poetry Electric: Women’s Poetry Happening Voices of Resistance

April 17

Poetry Electric gathers some unique women artists to share their wonderful spoken words. Performances by HD Artemis, Phyllis Capello, Heather Eatman, Heide Hatry, Nicole Goodwin, Aimee Herman, Jane LeCroy, Indigo Moon (Kate Hess), Clea Rivera, Ilka Scobie, Sandy Simona, & Susan Spangenberg About the Artists HD Artemis – Priestess, Poet, Producer. A relational artist, primarily exploring the intersection of experiences between subject and […]

Day of Remembrance Exhibition

March 12

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 […]

Kate Bornstein: On Men, Women, and the Rest of Us

April 21 - April 30, 2017

Written and Performed by Kate Bornstein Come spend a cosy evening with your very own Auntie Kate, who promises you’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you’ll gasp out loud as she speaks about the last thirty years of her life as a non-binary identified queer trans dyke. This is an evening of her most favorite heartwarming […]

Coffeehouse Chronicles #141: Dzieci Theatre’s 20th Anniversary

April 22

Michal Gamily – Series Director Arthur Adair – Educational Outreach Panelists: Dr. Carolina Franco, Reverend Renee House, John Osburn, Robert Prichard with Matt Mitler, Yvonne Brechbuhler, Ryan Castalia, & Golan Performances by: Megan Bones, Yvonne Brechbuhler, Ryan Castalia, Felicity Doyle, Golan, Jesse Hathaway, Chris Krivanek & Matt Mitler Special Guest Performers: John Norman (Dzieci Ensemble 2001-2013, […]

My Heart is in the East

June 08 - June 25, 2017

Written by Jessica Litwak Performed by Jessica Litwak & Raji Ahsan Inspired by Ancient Cordoba, My Heart is in the East is a duet between a Jewish American woman and an Iraqi Muslim man. Bound together by circumstance, these two people from such different walks of life confront their insecurities, fears, and desires. Exploring these tensions […]

Grand Rounds

April 27 - May 14, 2017

Choreographed and Directed by Tamar Rogoff World Premiere In the 1950s world of Grand Rounds, a 10-year-old inspired by the adventures of Cherry Ames, nurse and amateur sleuth, turns her perceptive gaze on the rituals of family life. What goes on behind closed doors and on the radio is fodder for her scientific reckonings. Rogoff […]

Tangled Up

April 24

A Staged Reading Written by Roderic Wachovsky Directed by Gama Valle A cynical lawyer haunted by the burden of memory of his dead lover, finds the entanglement of love, sex and terror have enduring resonance in the radically changing New York City of 1993.      Cast: Howard Collado | Nikki Ferry | Joe Loper | Joshua Pyne About the […]

Kidnap Road

April 27 - May 14, 2017

Written by Catherine Filloux Directed by Elena Araoz World Premiere While Ingrid Betancourt, a former senator and anti-corruption activist, was running for President of Colombia in 2002, she was kidnapped by the Marxist revolutionary terrorist organization the FARC. This story is a theatrical re-imagining of those events. The Woman narrates this story, through “intrusive memory,” […]