SHOWS: Show Listing

Current HERE shows

  • Processed Landscapes

    January 21 — March 5 | tickets FREE

    In this exhibition, three artists explore the complexity of our relationship to nature, walking the fine line between the wild and the tamed, the framed and the overflowing, the threatened and the overpowering.


    March 2 — March 12 | tickets $15

    Beautifully produced, yet still in development, CULTUREMART provides a platform for current and former Resident Artists to blur the boundaries between dance, theatre, music, new media, puppetry, and visual art, melding these forms to support their adventurous visions.

  • CULTUREMART 2016: CasablancaBox

    March 2 — March 3 | tickets $15

    With an intricately woven multi-narrative script and video score, CasablancaBox is an imagined “making of” and an immersion into the glamour, war, censorship, sexism, racism, addiction and violence of 1940s Hollywood.

  • CULTUREMART 2016: Discrepancies

    March 5 — March 6 | tickets $15

    Featuring a lone human performer against a tide of geometric performing objects and a chorus of indifferent puppeteers, Discrepancies submerges the audience in a series of meditations about our dependence on technology, the allure of blind faith, and the question of whether participation is even a choice.

  • CULTUREMART 2016: Soundstage

    March 5 — March 6 | tickets $15

    Using the language of cinema, Soundstage reflects and refracts a meditation on the muse and her remedy for loneliness. The piece projects different realities blending and dissolving in an alchemic journey where time, gender and reality transform.


    March 5 — March 6 | tickets $15

    A puppet, movement, and music-filled ride down a whirlpool of all things natural and unnatural, both poetic and scientific, above and below, through a great drain beneath the ocean floor, and out the other side.

  • CULTUREMART 2016: Venice Double Feature

    March 5 — March 6 | tickets $15

    Venice Double Feature collides literary sources Death in Venice by Thomas Mann and Watermark by Joseph Brodsky into two individual, yet codependent and simultaneously experienced, live films, whose worlds bleed into and out of and shape the destinies of one another and of the eternal city that unites them.

  • CULTUREMART 2016: Thomas Paine in Violence

    March 8 — March 9 | tickets $15

    Thomas Paine in Violence is a text-dense psychedelic opera, taking place in a cosmic radio station, and inspired by Thomas Paine’s most radical writings, political soapboxing, swearing, censorship, slam poetry, Henry Fonda, and shock jock punditry.

  • CULTUREMART 2016: ThisTree

    March 8 — March 9 | tickets $15

    ThisTree is a multi-media performance exploring family and remembrance while contemplating the circumstance of leaving no genetic legacy.

  • CULTUREMART 2016: Assembled Identity

    March 8 — March 9 | tickets $15

    Exploring ethnic ambiguity, race and identity, this duet uses original and found text, live cinematography, and contemporary music to explore the science of identity, including genomics, genetics, eugenics, and cloning, all of which impact our culture.

  • CULTUREMART 2016: Elements

    March 8 — March 9 | tickets $15

    Elements will be an evening-length “chamber opera” that explores the aesthetics and wonder of mathematics.

  • CULTUREMART 2016: Stairway to Stardom

    March 11 — March 12 | tickets $15

    Inspired by the 1980s public-access television series by the same name, Stairway to Stardom is a mixed media dance-theatre tour of shattered dreams.

  • CULTUREMART 2016: American Weather

    March 11 — March 12 | tickets $15

    American Weather is a new work of material theater about disparate individuals working in the shadows of the American empire as it crosses over its apex.

  • In Case of Emergency

    March 10 — April 30 | tickets FREE

    SONAE AREBA UREI NASHI: “If you are prepared, you will have no worries”
    In Case of Emergency explores disaster-preparedness and our helpless human actions to endure, revealing our struggle and desperate hope to survive each moment, together.

  • Science Fair

    April 13 — April 24 | tickets $20

    Science Fair is an opera singer’s love-song to science, melding Science and Opera into a witty evening of songs, slides, and live experiments.


    April 28 — May 21 | tickets $25

    This hybrid response to The Idiot by Dostoevsky features gestural choreography, original text, and innovative video, invoking a complex and penetrating brain scan of Prince Myshkin’s “truly beautiful soul.”

SubletSeries shows

  • O, Earth

    January 23 —
    February 20

    O, Earth floods the stage with a panorama of characters from gay popular culture, theatre history, and radical NYC. Inspired by Our Town, Casey Llewellyn’s epic play imagines the boundless possibilities within everyone, every day.

  • Embodi(ED)

    February 11 —
    February 21

    Embodi(ED) is a documentary theatre and dance piece about eating disorders and the billion dollar diet industry.

  • Now in its 14th year, THEATER @ Downtown Urban Arts Festival (DUTF) is becoming New York’s premiere winter/spring theatre event showcasing independent theatre artists. The three-week festival, produced by Creative Ammo, Inc., provides writers from America’s burgeoning multicultural landscape the opportunity to share their stories that interpret our history and our times.