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Poetry Electric: Ω▽ Ohmslice and The Children

May 02

Ω▽ Ohmslice — Composer/original instrument maker, Bradford Reed & poet/singer, Jane LeCroy (Sister Spit, Nu Voices, The Icebergs), joining forces to make New Psychedelic Sounds conveying transcendental messages transmitted from the cosmos, providing you with truly transportive XperiMENTAL grooviness. Get your electrical resistance on with Experimental, Improvisational, Music and Literature bathed in extraordinary extras of special […]

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InNprogress Collective/Afshin Varjavandi | toPRAY

May 05 - May 06, 2016

Whosoever knoweth the power of the dance, dwelleth in God. Jalāl ad-DīnRumi, Poems     There is moment for everyone when we learn to look inside ourselves: only our own eyes can have that vision. toPRAY tells the point of view from which we observe ourselves. toPRAY is a passage. Sometimes the journey to reach the human soul is […]

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Shared Evening: B.S. Movement & Jumatatu Poe

May 07 - May 08, 2016

Machine Affect by: BS Movement (Shaina Branfman & Bryan Strimpel) Our instinctual nature tends to be concerned less with compassion and more with connection…” Machine Affect brings its viewer to the point of intersection between abstract physical design and the range of human response. About the Artists B.S. Movement is a body of people researching […]

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Coffeehouse Chronicles #135 — Genji Ito

May 07

Spend an intimate afternoon celebrating the life and work of composer, Genji Ito. The event, moderated by George Ferencz, features panelists George Drance, Tavia Ito, Tim Schellenbaum, Virlana Tkacz, Zishan Ugurlu, and Marybeth Ward, with live performances by Shiela Dabney, Yukio Tsuji, Perry Yung, and screenings of archival material. Moderator: George  Ferencz Panel members: Zishan  Ugurlu, Virlana Tkacz, Marybeth Ward, Tim Schellenbaum, Tavia […]

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Material Witness

May 12 - May 29, 2016

in association with Spiderwoman Theater and Aanmitaagzi, A Loose Change Productionby Spiderwoman Theater Directed by Muriel MiguelWritten by Cherish Violet Blood, Penny Couchie, Donna Couteau, Angela Loft, Gloria Miguel and Tanis Parenteau with Muriel Miguel In Material Witness, Spiderwoman Theater, regarded as one the most influential Native theatre companies “in the history of the country” (Oskar Eustis, […]

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Tiffany Mills Company | After the Feast

May 12 - May 15, 2016

After the Feast is an evening-length project that fuses movement by Tiffany Mills, dramaturgy by Kay Cummings, music by Jonathan Melville Pratt, visual design by Dennis O’Leary, costumes by Mary Kokie McNaugher, lighting by Chris Hudacs and performance by six ferocious dancers. This new work imagines an urban dystopia caused by vanishing resources. Mills’ highly physical […]

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AL SON SON – FLAMENCO|Sonia Olla

May 12 - May 13, 2016

Sonia Olla and her husband Ismael Fernandez (Flamenco Cantador-Singer) continue to spread the heart beats of Flamenco with New York Audience and New York Flamenco community.  The fantastic duo was the first to combine Flamenco dancing with Cante singing to enrich the rehearsals and lessons. Sonia Olla is not only a superb dancer, choreographer but also a true […]

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Cardell Dance Theater | Supper, people on the Move

May 14 - May 15, 2016

“Supper, People on the Move is about mobility and decisions moving you: an action starts with a clear intention and it is carried away by a tide of impulses.” -Silvana Cardell, choreographer From choreographer Silvana Cardell, a new dance performance inspired by themes of migration, Supper, People on the Move explores the complex experience of […]

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3rd Class Citizen/Luis Lara Malvacias & Jeremy Nelson

May 19 - May 20, 2016

Concept, creation and performance: Jeremy Nelson and Luis Lara Malvacías / 3RD CLASS CITIZEN Music: Ivo Bol “B” as in Becoming or the constant transformation of someone or something. “E” as in Events. Work created from the assembly of re-contextualized shorter events, resulting in a unique and final whole. Both works are still in the […]

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Cherchez La Femme (the musical)

May 20 - June 05, 2016

 It’s reckless.   It’s rhythmic.   It’s romantic.  Set in New York City and the Caribbean in the 1980s, Cherchez La Femme is a  musical extravaganza that tells the story of one man’s loss and another man’s gain and the powerful women who make it all possible. The show explores dark themes (abandonment, sibling rivalry, unrequited love) and […]