New York Shakespeare Exchange
TONIGHT'S PERFORMANCE OF TITUS ANDRONICUS (1/26) AND TOMORROW'S KENTUCKY CANTATA (1/27) HAVE BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO THE STORM. PLEASE CONTACT TICKETS@HERE.ORG FOR EXCHANGES.
When violence is always the solution, how to survive becomes the biggest problem! New York Shakespeare Exchange presents TITUS ANDRONICUS.
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Mata Hari rehearsals have begun in preparation of our showcase for HERE's CULTUREmart Festival in March. Here we have Tina Mitchell (Mata Hari) and Jeff Gavett (Captain Bouchardon) nimbly twirling in the foxtrot promenade.
Why not pledge your allegiance to your favorite OFF-OFF place to see art and save some cash while you’re at it? Our OFF-OFFten Club is an opportunity for you culture-lovers to get your fix!
In an innovative performance, actors and musicians share the stage to tell the story of a young actress who leaves her rural Kentucky home for New York, where she is raped in a parking lot.
The video works by Jessica Hankey and Erin Colleen Johnson presented in Set Pieces explore the unstable relationship between location, image, and perception.
Co-produced with Beth Morrison Projects, PROTOTYPE is the premier global festival of daring opera-theatre and music-theatre in New York City.
The third edition of PROTOTYPE, which ran from January 8–17, was a striking celebration of opera and artists, featuring new works by Stefan Weisman/David Cote, Bora Yoon, Carmina Slovenica, Todd Almond, Ellen Reid/Amanda Jane Shank, Paola Prestini/Rinde Eckert/Julian Crouch, and Timur and the Dime Museum. Click here to learn more and join the mailing list to be the first to hear what's to come for PROTOTYPE 2016!
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.
HERE provides space, equipment, box office services, and technical support. HERE will include the series on our website and in a weekly e-blast to our 16,000 subscribers.
Artists are responsible for production expenses, artist fees, marketing and any additional staff required for their show. Due to programming restrictions, the show should be no longer than 80 minutes.
Tickets are $15. For each performance, the first 20 tickets are a guarantee to HERE, followed by a 50% / 50% split of the box office that evening between HERE and Artist.
Applications are due Friday, February 13 at 12 noon. Artists will be notified by Monday, February 23.