Inspired by the classic tale of "Romeo & Juliet," this new dance theater piece is about the division of families, friends, and a community of people, as authorities decide to build a wall between them.
Based on the exposé that shocked the world, “Ten Days in the Mad-house,” IVP and Wildrence’s newest immersive show gives you the opportunity to join Nellie as she navigates the halls of Blackwell Asylum.
The New York Neo-Futurists present an ever-changing lineup of short plays, each written by a performer, honed by the ensemble, and randomly collaged with high-energy audience participation.
Set in a secret bunker far in the fascist future, this new, immersive, queer nightclub musical explores a world where little more than sequins, reality television, and the complete works of Oscar Wilde have survived.
Bated Breath Theatre Company invites you to experience the Belle Époque through the eyes of legendary post-impressionist painter Henri de Toulouse Lautrec in this immersive, environmental production.
Company XIV presents this new baroque burlesque re-imagining of the creation myth of Adam, Eve, and the fall of man. Note: this performance contains adult content and is suitable for audiences 21+.
Ma-Yi presents an encore staging of "Suicide Forest," a bilingual nightmare play excavating the Japanese-American consciousness and its looming relationship with sex, suicide, and identity.
This absurdist, gender-bending farce explores our current selfie society’s relationship with consumerism and modern technology through one night in the life of a disordered family on the road to ruin.
Mabou Mines presents a celebration of legendary playwright María Irene Fornés, featuring the NY premiere of Philip Glass’s opera based on her five-page play "Drowning" and a version of Fornés’ acclaimed "Mud. "
In this experimental theatrical clown fable, a family embarks on an adventure into a foreign land. What awaits them is predictably strange and surprisingly familiar. Good for ages 7 and up.
Target Margin continues its multi-year exploration of 'The One Thousand and One Nights,' grappling with 'The Porter and the Three Ladies of Baghdad'–a series of tales that confront issues of power, sex, and the body.