This Lingering Life follows the journeys of a woman with tragic hair, feudal warriors, a mother whose son was kidnapped, a blind beggar, dead lovers, a pathetic old man in love with a teenager, a boy whose father is an arrow, and other sentient beings as they seek answers to Life’s biggest questions.
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A quick tango workshop for Mata Hari, Thank you Tina and Joshua for embracing the challenge of improvising text, singing and dancing all at the same time. A big Thank you to Sonia and Christian for your passion and expertise.
A play about girls, abortion, bath salts, bathing suits, rashes, love, and what happens in one high school locker room after everybody’s left.
The work in this exhibition shares a sense of time suspended. Or, perhaps, of time simply not taking place.
When Philbert, a local misfit, is asked to travel with Buddy to rescue Buddy’s sister from jail, the unlikely pair set out on a roundabout journey from the Cheyenne Reservation in Montana to New Mexico. Powwow Highway is a funny and heartfelt story about being there for each other and finding ones faith where you least expect it.
“I found you. You’re here. And I was over there. But now I’m over here. I’m here. You’re my brother. I love you.”
Co-produced with Beth Morrison Projects, PROTOTYPE is the annual celebration of daring opera-theatre and music-theatre from around the world in NYC.
The third edition of PROTOTYPE, running from January 8–17, will feature two world premiere co-productions—composer Stefan Weisman and librettist David Cote’s The Scarlet Ibis, and Korean-American artist Bora Yoon’s multimedia music-theatre work, Sunken Cathedral. The festival also includes Toxic Psalms, an international co-presentation with Slovenian vocal theatre company Carmina Slovenica and St. Ann’s Warehouse; Kansas City Choir Boy, a theatricalized concept album by Todd Almond, at HERE; two work-in-progress presentations of Beth Morrison Projects operas in development: Winter’s Child, by Ellen Reid and Amanda Jane Shank, co-presented with Trinity Wall Street, and Aging Magician, by Paola Prestini, Rinde Eckert, and Julian Crouch, co-presented with Park Avenue Armory and Opera America’s New Works Forum; and a one-night-only performance by Timur and the Dime Museum at Joe’s Pub. Check back soon for more details and to purchase tickets to PROTOTYPE 2015!
Through the HERE Artist Residency Program (HARP), HERE commissions, develops, and produces new hybrid works over a 1- to 3-year period. Our artists work across disciplines, disrupting conventional expectations as they cast new molds of collaborative works. HERE Residents show works-in-progress, develop workshop productions, and mount full-scale productions.
We are currently accepting submissions for HARP. The deadline is February 3, 2015.
CLICK HERE for the application.