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 Wooster Group presents this piece based on performer Eric Berryman’s interest in the LP, 'Negro Folklore from Texas State Prisons,' recorded in 1964 by folklorist Bruce Jackson.
The McKittrick Hotel invites guests on a mysterious journey into the subconscious, where enigmatic hosts titillate the audience with surreal live performances and tantalizing fare.
This new drama explores the emotional violence of segregation through the playing of a forbidden basketball game between black and white teens in the pressure cooker of 1950's Jim Crow Alabama.
In Craig Lucas’s new play, Ash has a blessed life, thankful every day for the gifts of his family, his addiction, and his son’s Deafness. But on one fateful day, everything is taken from him.
In Argentinean playwright Arístides Vargas's drama, two women in exile find themselves on strange land where the past, present and future all collide. LATEA Theater presents this English-language world premiere.
This immersive piece invites you to look beneath the asphalt ground and glistening, metallic mountains, to hear the untold history of a land its people both foreign and Native: the island of Mannahattan.