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.
Led by Potri Ranka Manis of Kinding Sindaw.
Meet-Ups give artists the opportunity to schedule meetings with our curators to talk about their work. Meetings are available for artists working in: Dance, Theatre, Performance Art, Puppetry, Children’s Programs, Poetry, Spoken Word and Visual Arts.
An exhibition that blurs the line between sculpture and performance by creating an immersive environment that envelopes an audience as an active participant in a play that can’t quite begin or finish. Coleman’s sculptures simultaneously work with and against one another to create a cacophony of overwhelmed and often times exhausted objects.
krainian poet Taras Shevchenko was imprisoned for ten years and after his release in 1858 he met the African American actor Ira Aldridge. Though they didn’t speak the same languages, they became friends. This world premiere from Yara Arts Group tells the story of that unique friendship.
World-renowned beat box artists Kid Lucky and Kaila Mullady lead fun-filled workshops, where any kid can learn to make beats!
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.
Kyiv artist, Volodymyr Klyuzko will show his “Kylyms,” a kaleidoscopic interpretation of nature in Ukraine, in which photographic images replace the actual threads used in making the carpets. Klyuzko utilizes a photo remix technique to transform representa- tional photography into non-representational geometric patterns.