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.
Elevator Repair Service presents a sharp-witted parody of Edward Albee’s classic drama 'Who's Afraid of Virgina Woolf?", both as a loving homage and fierce feminist take-down.
Set in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, the Public Theater's new drama breaks the boundaries of time and narrative to explore the astonishing things we create in the face of devastation.
Third Rail Projects – the immersive theater-makers behind 'Then She Fell' and 'Ghost Light' presents their newest and most intimate work to date, which is designed for just two people at a time.
Inside 20,000 square feet of vacant downtown office space, the pioneering site-specific company En Garde Arts presents a transportive new work asking: who has the right to tell a story and why?
Based loosely on the Russian novel 'Moscow Circles,' this new drama follows a poet-drunkard called Vienya as he traverses Soviet Moscow in an attempt to catch a train to visit his beloved in the distant suburb of…
Abrons Art Center presents an immersive video and sound installation built around the painstaking recreation of a now-lost shopping haul video that was posted to YouTube on Labor Day 2013.
The renowned Swiss mask theater troupe conjures a magical world, full of possibilities, without uttering a word. Featuring some of Mummenschanz's most popular sketches, as well as new creations.
A double bill comprised of a short Latin-themed, Surrealist movement piece and a solo show about an actress who has to decide between her pregnancy and her career. Part of the 2018 Planet Connections Festivity.
By using Japanese Butoh, contemporary dance, and other theatrical elements, this piece explores and expresses life itself physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. Part of the 2018 Planet Connections Festivity.