π= 3.14.. NOTHINg, or EVERYTHINg – With dry tech endless peripheral border – Fukushima – Kabul – Amman – Ramallah – Berlin BY YOSHIKO CHUMA & THE SCHOOL OF HARD KNOCKS CONCEPTION AND DESIGN BY YOSHIKO CHUMA π =3.14… NOTHINg , or EVERYTHINg is based on a true story which moves along without any direct incident. And, as […]
Summons, a collaborative project with Jack Reynolds, Theo Cote, and Emma Rae Norton, combines their respective works of paint, video, and digital imagery to create a new piece of art. Each allows their own work to play a significant role throughout the process. The show is as much about making a final piece as it is about discovering new contexts for each other’s work.
ORIGINAL SCORE BY ROBERT POSS LIVE MUSIC BY ROBERT POSS AND KATO HIDEKI PERFORMED BY CARLY BERRETT PLAGIANKOS, LEA FULTON, EDWARD RICE, SIMON THOMAS-TRAIN milkdreams strips the performers of their veneers of ego, agenda, and shame, laying bare their need, their contentment, and the authenticity of their present moment. Both the process of creating the […]
Poets who embody activism within their practice and performance of poetry.
The epic story of Mary Brown, an iconoclastic and wickedly funny Irish immigrant. In this beautiful one-woman play, Obie-award winner Winsome Brown channels her mother and family, bringing to life the homesickness and humor of an Irish expatriate.
Theatre auteur Arthur Adair returns to La MaMa in a highly anticipated musically-charged theatrical installation. A live sound-scape underscores a “man vs. self vs. nature” narrative woven from a mash-up of classical, scientific and original contemporary text, utilizing theatre, dance, music, and visual art in its storytelling.
SEUCY AND BOTO:ADVENTURES FROM THE AMAZON JUNGLE is an episodic series for kids about the adventures of Seucy, a brave little girl who battles any obstacle in order to keep the Amazon Jungle safe! Ages 4 and up!
A performance about militant female sexuality in a small community, with lots of sultry dialogue, jealousy and emotional violence. The text by Rob de Graaf will be alternated with performances by female artists from 1964 to 2014.
Pioneers Go East Collective creates a new installation of it’s Docudrama theatre work about child labor in the
early 20th century textile industry in the Southern United States. Video and photography re-create the experience of mill workers, as live artists perform folk music and interview excerpts inspired by original audio recordings from textile workers.