Bloowst windku [bloom-twist-windmill-haiku] is an hour-long performance for three dancers in which sound, light, and movement are compositional equals. Within a glowing room constructed from hundreds of used security envelopes collected over three years, the familiar is rendered strange as the performers shift with dream-like logic from basic pedestrian movement to highly abstracted forms within an equally mutable sound score by Zach Layton, and lighting design by Kathy Kaufmann.
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We have some great new pics from CULTUREMART 2015 by Benjamin Heller and Maria Baranova! Click here.
Rick Burkhardt (Co-Librettist) studied music composition at Harvard University, the University of Illinois, and the University of California, San Diego, where he earned his Ph.D. in 2006. His original chamber music, theater, and text pieces have been performed in over...
Rehearsals continue for CULTUREmart. Tina now dances with two men! And there'l be more.
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.
Peruvian puppeteers Hugo & Ines bring Short Stories to HERE April 21-25. Click here for tickets!
Click here for a video slideshow of HEREart gallery exhibit: Beige!
Short Stories is a picturesque parade of colorful characters, in the brief moments of its existence on the scene, that try to catch those little poetic moments hidden in everyday life.
SAVE THE DATE: 6.1.2015. Join us for a night on the edge of tomorrow featuring gastronomic delights, envelope-pushing entertainment, and an after hours bash sure to live on in posterity.
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!
SOLDIER X follows a young African American social worker who falls for a returning veteran, and the subsequent love triangle that ensues when he decides he is in love with his fallen comrade’s sister.
South African-American storyteller morphs into 20 characters offering poignant insights on family, culture, and life to challenge her jaded Bronx high school students’ skepticism. They land at hope.
HERE’s hybrid performance series, SubletSeries: Co-op, offers bold artists space for up to one week in our Dorothy B. Williams Theatre.
Beige! is a group exhibition featuring works that fall into that slightly vague description of “beige” using texture, form and process as the highlight of their work over brightness of color or contrast.
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!
HERE is currently accepting applications to our Summer SubletSeries: Co-op – this hybrid performance series offers bold artists space for up to one week for 2-3 technical rehearsals and 3-5 performances in either our 69 seat Dorothy B Williams theatre in selected weeks from June 8 - August 30 or our 99 seat Mainstage theatre August 17-23.
We are especially interested in receiving dance applications for the August dates.
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 19,000 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 that evening's box office between HERE and Artist.
Applications are due at noon on Thursday, April 23rd. Decisions will be announced on Monday May 4.
Click here to apply now.