SHOWS: Show Listing

Current HERE shows

  • Mata Hari

    January 5 — January 14 | tickets $30

    A woman’s tragic existence rife with passion and betrayal takes center stage in Mata Hari. The opera-theatre piece canvasses the legendary namesake femme fatale’s final days and tormented memories of the men responsible for her life and death.

  • anatomy theater

    January 7 — January 14

    Darkly humorous, anatomy theater follows the progression of an English murderess from her confession to execution, to denouncement, and finally to dissection, including an anatomy lesson for curious onlookers.

  • Breaking the Waves

    January 6 — January 9

    Breaking the Waves tells the story of a religious woman, Bess, who’s devoted to her husband Jan, an oil rig worker. When Jan becomes paralyzed, Bess’s vows are challenged resulting in an act of divine grace.

  • Funeral Doom Spiritual

    January 13 — January 14

    Drawing on themes of apocalypse, end times, and rapture found in Negro Spirituals, this new music-theatre work exhumes legacies of racial violence while longing for the forthcoming destruction of the white supremacy world.

  • Silent Voices

    January 14 — January 15

    A multi-media stage work by the Brooklyn Youth Chorus celebrating the power of youth to inspire change and give voice to the marginalized and silenced. With commissioned music by Sahba Aminikia, Jeff Beal, Mary Kouyoumdjian, Toshi Reagon, and DJ Spooky.

  • Means of Attachment

    November 10 — December 29 | tickets FREE

    Part of the HEREart Program. The works in Means of Attachment follow dreamers in uneasy landscapes; and explore their attachment to, and detachment from, the world.

  • Puppet Parlor

    December 21 | tickets $20

    A celebratory Puppet Parlor on the Solstice with performances by Basil Twist, Kenneth Ard, Machine Dazzle, and more.

SubletSeries shows

  • The Winter's Tale

    December 2 —
    December 17

    It’s an old story. The jealousy and fear of one man destroys a kingdom. A generation later - the world is still waiting to heal. This new production explores how to restore a broken cycle.

  • Collaboration: Warhol & Basquiat

    December 2 —
    December 22

    Two of the twentieth century’s Greatest Artists navigate the perilous terrain of Art and Fame as they partake in a historic art-world Collaboration.


    February 9 —
    February 19

    How do we define consent? Why are these definitions blurred in our culture and in our laws? BLURRED LINES examines the normalization of rape culture and draws attention to how girls navigate in a world where 1 In 5 college women are raped.