SHOWS: Show Listing

Current HERE shows

  • Trade Practices

    August 31 — September 21 | tickets $18 + $2 ferry ride

    A historic building on Governors Island is transformed into a living market through this immersive site-specific event.

  • Is Anybody There ?

    September 4 — October 25

    The work in this exhibition shares a sense of time suspended. Or, perhaps, of time simply not taking place.

  • Work by John Mosher

    Principles of Invisibility

    October 30 — December 13

    Principles of Invisibility, is a two-person show that places art at the junctures between subjective experience and objective reality, between the metaphysical and the physical, and between fact and fiction.

  • Winter’s Child

    January 13

    Set in a Southern gothic landscape, Winter’s Child is a world of rough earth, quiet prayer, and a mother’s fight to change her youngest daughter’s fate.

  • Aging Magician

    January 11 — January 13 | tickets $20, $75 VIP

    A new music-theatre work, Aging Magician is a composite of sonic and visual elements that paints an allegory on time, youth, and the peculiar magic of ordinary life, and, perhaps, the ordinary of a peculiar life.

  • The Scarlet Ibis

    January 8 — January 17

    Based on the 1960 short story by James Hurst, The Scarlet Ibis is a new American opera that explores the pain and wonder of childhood. The piece fuses singers, puppets, and nimble, multimedia stagecraft to evoke a primal, dreamlike landscape where two brothers struggle over the meaning of normal.

  • Kansas City Choir Boy

    January 8 — January 15

    Kansas City Choir Boy is a theatricalized concept album about explosive young love tested by cruel fate. Epic and romantic, it is a love-story for the music-video age.

  • Timur and the Dime Museum

    January 11

    The 2013 PROTOTYPE smash hit dark glam opera band Timur and the Dime Museum returns for a one-night-only presentation at Joe’s Pub. Playing songs from their Requiem for the planet, Collapse (in a preview for the NYC premiere coming up in fall 2015), originals and fan-favorite cover tunes, this will be a night not to be missed.

  • Toxic Psalms

    January 8 — January 11

    World renowned for its unconventional choral storytelling with opera, drama, and movement, Carmina Slovenica brings Toxic Psalms, with gripping music performed by 34 young women that mirrors the unspeakable violences and victimizations across our world today.

  • Sunken Cathedral

    January 14 — January 17

    A musical and archetypal journey through the subconscious, Sunken Cathedral is a multimedia performance by Korean-American composer, sonic surrealist and TED fellow Bora Yoon, fusing voice, electronics, and instruments from various cultures and centuries with evocative video design.

SubletSeries shows

  • DRY LAND

    September 6 —
    September 27

    A play about girls, abortion, bath salts, bathing suits, rashes, love, and what happens in one high school locker room after everybody’s left.

  • This Lingering Life

    September 12 —
    October 4

    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.

  • The Powwow Highway

    October 10 —
    October 25

    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.

  • Over There

    October 15 —
    October 18

    “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.” 

  • You Got Older

    October 29 —
    November 22

    Page 73 presents a brutally funny and tender world premiere about illness, cowboys, and how we cope when our lives fall apart, written by Clare Barron, directed by Obie award-winner Anne Kauffman.