An evening of cocktails, dinner and performance celebrating La MaMa as a creative home for artists. Honoring Olympia Dukakis and Daniel L. Kurtz.
A hardly literate, hard hat construction worker escorts a high tone, college educated and liberated young lady to a plush restaurant. They met and fell in love at a demonstration during which he cracked her skull with a two by four. A comedy by Obie-winning playwright
Hawthorne Valley Farm & Art is a mixed-media exhibition of works inspired by life on our 400-acre biodynamic farm in rural Columbia County, NY, on display for three weeks at La MaMa La Galleria in the Bowery neighborhood of Manhattan.
Participating artists include: Pamela Dalton, Dan Devine, Leif Garbisch, Jill Jakimetz, Harry Lazare, Thomas Locker, Abe Madey, Shelia Mahut, Jason Middlebrook, Martina Muller, Patrick Stolfo, Lawre Stone, Laura Summer, Helen Suter, and the Hawthorne Valley Waldorf School Class of 2017.
A special concert performance to launch Tammy WhyNot’s debut album. The “Tammy” in question is former famous country and western singer turned performance artist Tammy WhyNot. She is also the creation of artist, writer, director, scholar and activist Lois Weaver. Tammy will be giving a special performance to launch her musical exploration into aging, desire, pleasure and intimacy.
An expressionistic Halloween time trip into the mind of a disturbed vaudeville ventriloquist. Written by Dick Zigun, the un-official Mayor of Coney Island.
FREE RESERVATIONSCurator: Michal Gamily / Moderator: Alisa Solomon Panelists: Peggy Shaw, Lois Weaver, Moe Angeles Performers: Ariel “Speedwagon” Federow & Katie Goldstein (Man Meat Collective) About Split Britches Split Britches was co-founded by Peggy Shaw and Lois Weaver with Deb Margolin, in 1981. Their collection of scripts, Split Britches Feminist Performance/Lesbian Practice, edited by Sue Ellen […]
A mixed bag of comedy, burlesque, theater, and social justice-ing.
There will be laughs, there will be tits, there will be tears, and one day, justice. Come join award-winning and critically-acclaimed Una, Morgan, Julia, and Michi for a very special one-night-only never-again cabaret. You’ve been asking, and they’ve been evasive, but it’s finally here: sisters in real life and sisters of the road, they will awe you with a taste of their solo work in dance, burlesque, comedy, storytelling, and theater. Sexy-funny-sad, given where you are, this is where you want to be, seriously.
An inter-generational workshop that explores experiences of the past in order to imagine the future. Participants will engage in simple theatre exercises to talk about climate change.
Inspired by a true story from the Korean Chronicles of the Three Kingdoms, Mokwha Repertory Company’s The Tempest is set in 5th century Korea, infusing Shakespeare’s text with elements of traditional Korean folklore.
Four actors employ Grotowski method acting techniques to play 22 different characters. Based on the true story of Izolda Regenberg, a young Jewish woman trapped in the Warsaw ghetto with her husband family during World War II.