New York Theatre Workshop presents a musical about how Abigail and Shaun of the folk-rock duo the Bengsons met and fell in love, and how that unleashed their fear of mortality. Previously seen at the Under the Radar.
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.
The Tank and international mask theater company The Krumple present this movement-heavy exploration of the "yōkai," a class of strange, mischievous, and sometimes malevolent apparitions from Japanese folklore.
Contemporary dance troupe Monica Bill Barnes & Company and WP Theater join forces for this world-premiere work, which celebrates the ephemeral nature of everything, including our own abilities.
A hybrid performance–part documentary, part conjuring, part performance art–this multimedia piece is a tribute to the late Dennis Palmer, a self-taught, avant-garde musician and painter of the American South.
The Flea presents this semi-autobiographical coming of age story about a high school student's pursuit of freestyle rap. The play is told largely in freestyle, working off of audience prompts rather than scripted text.