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Works & Process, the Performing Arts Series at the Guggenheim, Announces Spring 2019 Season

 

Highlights:

  • New commissions by Caleb Teicher and Conrad Tao, and by Reid Bartelme and Harriet Jung

  • Behind-the-scenes views of new commissions by Houston Ballet and Washington Ballet

  • First looks at theatrical productions Be More ChillDownstateGary: A Sequel to Titus AndronicusOctet,and The Secret Life of Bees

  • Previews of Glimmerglass Festival's Blue and Santa Fe Opera's The Thirteenth Child

  • New productions in conjunction with exhibitions Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future and Implicit Tensions: Mapplethorpe Now

  • Artist receptions in the rotunda following evening performances

 

"An exceptional opportunity to understand something of the creative process." -The New York Times

 

Works & Process at the Guggenheim is pleased to announce its spring 2019 season. Since 1984 the performing arts series has championed new works and offered audiences unprecedented access to leading creators. Programs explore the artistic process through stimulating discussions and riveting performance highlights. Each 70-minute program takes place in the intimate Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Peter B. Lewis Theater. Additional information is available at worksandprocess.org.

 

New this season:

Ticket holders are invited to mingle at the The Wright restaurant during happy hour from 5:30-7:30 pm before evening performances, and meet the artists at receptions in the rotunda following most evening programs. 

 

Lead funding for Works & Process is provided by the Florence Gould Foundation, the Christian Humann Foundation, Mertz Gilmore Foundation, Stavros Niarchos Foundation, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, and Evelyn Sharp Foundation, with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and the National Endowment for the Arts. 

 

Spring 2019 Season Schedule

DANCE AND MUSIC COMMISSION 

Caleb Teicher & Co. with Conrad Tao: More Forever

Sunday, January 6, 3 and 7:30 pm

Monday, January 7, 7:30 pm

A new Works & Process commission featuring Caleb Teicher & Company and Lincoln Center Emerging Artist Conrad Tao's in collaboration for their first evening-length work, More Forever. On a stage covered by a thin layer of sand, dancers explore American dance traditions such as vernacular jazz, tap, and Lindy Hop, set to Tao's new contemporary score for piano and electronics. 

 

Leadership support for this Works & Process program provided by Charles and Deborah Adelman, with music commissioned by the Charles and Joan Gross Family Foundation.

 

DANCE * LIGHTING

The Choreography of Light by Brandon Stirling Baker 

Friday and Sunday, January 18 and 20, 7:30 pm

Explore the past, present, and future of lighting for ballet with visual artist and Boston Ballet lighting director Brandon Stirling Baker. A frequent collaborator with choreographer Justin Peck and a diverse group of artists including Anthony Roth Costanzo, Benjamin Millepied, Sufjan Stevens, Jamar Roberts, Michelle Dorrance, Emery LeCrone, and Shepard Fairey, Baker will present this world premiere developed through the Center for Ballet and the Arts at New York University. Inspired by the close relationship between choreography and lighting design, this program will feature an excerpt of brand-new choreography by Justin Peck for an upcoming Houston Ballet premiere performed by Chun Wei Chan, Harper Watters, and Jessica Collado; new music by Sufjan Stevens; and new choreography by Jamar Roberts performed by Patricia Delgado, Sarah Daley, and Taylor Stanley. New York Times dance writer Marina Harss will moderate the discussion.

 

DANCE

Houston Ballet: Sylvia by Stanton Welch

Saturday, January 19, 3 and 7:30 pm

Prior to the premiere in February at Houston's recently renovated Wortham Theater, join artistic director and choreographer Stanton Welch as he shares his creative process for his new ballet Sylvia, set to Léo Delibes's famous score, with costume and scenic designs by Jerome Kaplan and projections by Wendall K. Harrington. Six company dancers will perform excerpts from the classic story of the powerful mythological heroine, the huntress Sylvia, and her love for a mortal shepherd, showcasing a constellation of figures from Greek mythology woven together in a tapestry of three love stories.

 

MUSICAL

Be More Chill by Joe Iconis and Joe Tracz, with Stephen Brackett, Chase Brock, 

and Robert Klitzman

Monday, January 21, 7:30 pm

Written by Joe Iconis and Joe Tracz, based on the acclaimed 2004 novel by Ned Vizzini, and directed by Stephen Brackett, with choreography by Chase Brock, Be More Chill is a musical about Jeremy Heere, an average teenager. That is, until he finds out about "The Squip"-a tiny supercomputer that promises to bring him everything he desires most: a date with Christine, an invite to the raddest party of the year, and a chance to survive life in his suburban New Jersey high school. A truly hilarious, honest, and invigorating look at the lengths one will go to get the girl, Be More Chill is set to some of the most vibrant and exciting songs in musical theater today. At Works & Process, the creators discuss their creative process and, in a twist, Dr. Robert Klitzman, Director of the Masters of Bioethics Program at Columbia University, explores the bioethical implications of the musical. Cast members will perform highlights prior to the production's Broadway premiere.

 

THEATER

Steppenwolf and the National Theatre: Downstate by Bruce Norris

Monday, January 28, 7:30 pm

Following the world premiere at Steppenwolf in Chicago and prior to the London premiere at the National Theatre of Great Britain, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and Steppenwolf ensemble member Bruce Norris (Clybourne Park) discusses his provocative new play Downstate. Set in downstate Illinois, in a group home shared by four sex offenders negotiating their place in a world that doesn't want them, Downstate pushes moral boundaries as it questions what happens when society deems anyone unworthy of forgiveness. For the first time in New York, Steppenwolf ensemble members, including Glenn Davis, K. Todd Freeman, Francis Guinan, and Tim Hopper, will perform highlights from the play.

 

OPERA

The Glimmerglass Festival: Blue by Jeanine Tesori and Tazewell Thompson

Monday, February 11, 7:30 pm

Blue centers on the hopes and fears of a young black couple as they raise a son in 21st-century America. Prior to the world premiere, Glimmerglass Festival artistic and general director Francesca Zambello moderates a discussion with the work's creators, Jeanine Tesori and Tazewell Thompson, with members of the cast performing highlights from this new opera.

 

MUSIC * PHOTOGRAPHY * THEATER

ArKtype: Triptych (Eyes of One on Another) by Bryce Dessner and Korde Arrington Tuttle, with Daniel Fish and Roomful of Teeth

Sunday, February 17, 3 and 7:30 pm

Thirty years after the artist Robert Mapplethorpe's death, in conjunction with the Guggenheim'sImplicit Tensions: Mapplethorpe Nowexhibition, Triptych (Eyes of One on Another) is a new music theater work, taking the artist's critically acclaimed and controversial photographs as a point of departure. Prior to the work's New York premiere at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, composer Bryce Dessner, librettist Korde Arrington Tuttle, director Daniel Fish, and Roomful of Teeth, with a live chamber orchestra, discuss their creative process and perform highlights from their new collaboration. Through music, projection of Mapplethorpe's images, and use of both theatrical and photographic lighting techniques, Triptych (Eyes of One on Another) puts the audience inside the artist's bold and voracious view of how human beings look, touch, feel, hurt, and love one another.

 

Triptych (Eyes of One on Another) is the first live/theatrical performance of its kind to integrate the work of Robert Mapplethorpe. Produced by ArKtype / Thomas O. Kriegsmann, the work features a libretto by Korde Arrington Tuttle with poetry by Essex Hemphill and Patti Smith, music direction by Brad Wells, lighting by Yuki Nakase, and costumes by Carlos Soto.

 

THEATER

Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus by Taylor Mac, with Nathan Lane, Andrea Martin, and George C. Wolfe

Monday, February 18, 7:30 pm

Prior to the Broadway opening and world premiere of Pulitzer Prize-finalist and MacArthur Fellow Taylor Mac's new comedy, three-time Tony Award-winning actor Nathan Lane and two-time Tony Award-winning actress Andrea Martin perform highlights from the play and join five-time Tony Award-winning director George C. Wolfe and Mac for a moderated discussion. Set just after the blood-soaked conclusion of William Shakespeare's Titus AndronicusGary intersects Mac's singular world view with Shakespeare's first tragedy. Taking place during the fall of the Roman Empire, the years of bloody battles are over, the country has been stolen by madmen, there are casualties everywhere, and two very lowly servants, Lane and Martin, are charged with cleaning up the bodies. It's the year 400-but it feels like the end of the world.

 

MUSICAL

Jerome Robbins' Broadway

Sunday, February 24, 3 and 7:30 pm

Monday, February 25, 7:30 pm

In 1989, choreographer and director Jerome Robbins created a celebration of his work and contributions to the Broadway musical. Titled Jerome Robbins' Broadway, the show consisted of dances and songs from Broadway musicals he choreographed and directed over the years including On the TownWest Side StoryFiddler on the RoofGypsy, and Peter Pan. To celebrate Jerome Robbins' centennial and the 30th anniversary of Jerome Robbins' Broadway, author Steven Suskin will moderate a discussion with original cast members and creatives. The conversation will also include screenings of rare archival videos and live performances of original numbers by American Dance Machine for the 21st Century, Rosie's Theater Kids, New York City Ballet soloist Georgina Pazcoguin, and American Ballet Theatre soloist Calvin Royal III. Jerome Robbins' Broadway original cast member and Tony Award-nominee Robert LaFosse will also restage selections for this special event.

 

MUSICAL

Signature Theatre: Octet by Dave Malloy, with Paige Evans and Annie Tippe

Sunday, March 3, 7:30 pm

Three-time Tony Award-nominee Dave Malloy (Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812) begins his residency as Signature's first musical theatre writer with the world premiere of Octet, a musical directed by Annie Tippe (Ghost Quartet). Featuring a score for an a cappella chamber choir and an original libretto inspired by internet comment boards, scientific debates, religious texts, and Sufi poetry, Octet explores addiction and nihilism within the messy context of 21st century technology. Artistic director Paige Evans moderates a discussion with Malloy and Tippe, with cast members performing highlights prior to the premiere.

 

Leadership support for this Works & Process program provided by Nina Matis.

 

DANCE

The Washington Ballet: Julie Kent with Dana Genshaft and Ethan Stiefel

Sunday and Monday, March 10 and 11, 7:30 pm

The Washington Ballet artistic director Julie Kent, a champion of new choreography, discusses newly commissioned work with choreographers Dana Genshaft and Ethan Stiefel. Company dancers perform exclusive highlights prior to their April 3rd premieres in Washington, D.C.

 

Leadership support for this Works & Process program provided by Monica B. Voldstad.

 

OPERA

The Santa Fe Opera: The Thirteenth Child by Poul Ruders and Becky and David Starobin, with Darko Tresnjak and Rita Ryack

Sunday, April 7, 7:30 pm

The composer of The Handmaid's Tale, Poul Ruders,takes you behind the scenes of his latest work, The Thirteenth Child. Explore this new opera with Ruders, librettists Becky and David Starobin, director Darko Tresnjak, and costume designer Rita Ryack in anticipation of its world premiere at The Santa Fe Opera. A "down-to-the-wire" thriller inspired by the Brothers Grimm. The tale begins when paranoid king banishes his twelve sons in favor of Lyra, the thirteenth child. When Princess Lyra learns about her long-lost brothers, she embarks on a quest to find them, starting on adventure with an enchanted forest, riddles, a handsome prince, a horrible mistake, and a nearly-impossible feat for Princess Lyra to perform if everything is to be put right. The creators will discuss their artistic process and highlights will be performed.

 

OPERA WORLD PREMIERE

HILMA by Benjamin Staern and Mira Bartov with Fredrik and Mette af Klint

Monday and Tuesday, April 15 and 16, 7:30 pm

On the occasion of the exhibition Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future, see the world premiere of an opera about Swedish artist Hilma af Klint, inspired by her unique body of spiritual works. Mette af Klint plays the enigmatic Hilma, while Fredrik af Klint (a relative of the artist) portrays Rudolf Steiner. Composer Benjamin Staern connects tones and timbres with the colors and shapes of af Klint's abstract works. The chamber opera, directed by librettist Mira Bartov with costumes by Ulrika Lilliehöök, highlights pivotal moments from af Klint's life, and features motion generated projections of her work and accompaniment by pianist Stefan Lindgren, violinist Victoria Stjerna, and cellist Andreas Lavothe. 

 

Produced by Mette af Klint in collaboration with Swedish Arts Council, Swedish Performing Arts Agency, and the Swedish Arts Grants Committee.

 

MUSICAL

Atlantic Theater Company: The Secret Life of Bees by Lynn Nottage, Duncan Sheik, and Susan Birkenhead, with Sam Gold

Monday, April 22, 7:30 pm

Set in South Carolina in 1964, Sue Monk Kidd's best-selling novel, The Secret Life of Bees, centers on Lily Owens, a restless white teenager who struggles with her merciless father and the haunting memory of her mother's death. When Rosaleen, her black caregiver, is beaten and jailed for asserting her right to vote, Lily's rebellious spirit is ignited. She and Rosaleen escape on an adventure where they are taken in by a trio of black beekeeping sisters. While Lily tries to unlock the secrets of her past, she and Rosaleen find solace in the mesmerizing world of bees and spirituality in this extraordinary tale of awakening, fellowship, and healing.

 

Prior to the world premiere, two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Lynn Nottage (Sweat), Tony- and Grammy Award-winning composer Duncan Sheik (Spring Awakening), two-time Tony-nominee and Drama Desk-winning lyricist Susan Birkenhead (Jelly's Last Jam), and Tony-winning director Sam Gold (Fun Home) discuss their collaboration and creative process of turning Sue Monk Kidd's novel into a musical. Cast members will also perform highlights.

 

COSTUME AND DANCE COMMISSION

Reid Bartelme and Harriet Jung Design Dialogues with Institute for the Study of the Ancient World's Hymn to Apollo: The Ancient World and the Ballets Russes 

Sunday and Monday, April 28 and 29, 7:30 pm

Inspired by NYU's Institute for the Study of the Ancient World's (ISAW) upcoming exhibition Hymn to Apollo: The Ancient World and the Ballets Russes, the first exhibition to focus specifically on the role of ancient world and the Ballet Russes, costume designers Reid Bartelme and Harriet Jung use original Ballets Russes costumes and designs as their point of departure for this Works & Process costume and dance commission. As part of the dialogue, a performative intervention featuring Bartelme and Jung's new costume designs will infuse the exhibition's opening at ISAW.

 

Location:         Peter B. Lewis Theater

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

1071 Fifth Avenue at 89th Street

Subway: 4, 5, 6, or Q train to 86th Street

Bus: M1, M2, M3, or M4 bus on Madison or Fifth Avenue

 

Tickets:            $45, $40 members

$10 student rush tickets one hour before performance, based on availability 

(for students under 25 with valid ID) 

Priority ticket access and preferred seat selection starts December 10, 2018, for $500+ Friends of Works & Process and Guggenheim members at the Associate level and above.

General ticketing starts December 18, 2018.

For more information, call 212 758 0024 or 212 423 3587, Mon-Fri, 1-5 pm, or visit worksandprocess.org.

 

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For more information, press tickets, and photos, or to arrange interviews, please contact:

Duke Dang, General Manager

Works & Process at the Guggenheim

212 758 0024

ddang@worksandprocess.org

 

Michelle Tabnick, Publicist

Works & Process at the Guggenheim

646 765 4773

michelle@michelletabnickpr.com

 

May Yeung, Publicist

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

212 423 3840

pressoffice@guggenheim.org

 

 

 

 

 

Works & Process Fall 2018 Season  | Open: 09/09/18 Close: 12/17/18
Works & Process,

the Performing-Arts Series at the

Guggenheim,

Announces Fall 2018 Season

 

Highlights:

  • The only New York preview of Akram Khan's Giselle with the English National Ballet

  • "Lost" Jerome Robbins solo reconstructed by Peter Boal on the Pacific Northwest Ballet, in celebration of Robbins's centennial

  • An inside look at the movie Bel Canto's music with Renée Fleming, David Majzlin, Elena Park, and Anthony Weintraub 

  • New music commission by Sarah Kirkland Snider, Conrad Tao, and Charles Wuorinen

  • Peter & the Wolf with Isaac Mizrahi

 

"An exceptional opportunity to understand something of the creative process" 

-The New York Times

 

(NEW YORK, NY - August 2, 2018)-Works & Process at the Guggenheim is pleased to announce its fall 2018 season, which includes new dance and music commissions, and a gala featuring a revival performance of a Works & Process Rotunda Project in the Guggenheim's iconic Frank Lloyd Wright-designed space. Since 1984 the performing-arts series has championed new works and offered audiences unprecedented access to leading choreographers, composers, dancers, musicians, and playwrights, among others. Programs explore the creative process through stimulating discussions with artists and riveting performance highlights. Each 70-minute program takes place in the museum's Peter B. Lewis Theater unless otherwise noted. Additional information is available at worksandprocess.org.

 

Lead funding for Works & Process is provided by The Florence Gould Foundation, The Christian Humann Foundation, Mertz-Gilmore Foundation, Stavros Niarchos Foundation, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, and the Evelyn Sharp Foundation, with public funds from the National Endowment for the Arts and New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

 

Fall 2018 Season Schedule

Emma Portner with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago / Devonté Hynes & Third Coast Percussion, and Anne Plamondon

Sunday and Monday, September 9 and 10, 7:30 pm

Emma Portner, described by Dance Spirit as a young choreographer "changing the dance world," shares highlights from her upcoming Hubbard Street Dance Chicago (HSDC) commission with new music by Devonté Hynes (aka Blood Orange) performed by Third Coast Percussion, and from her duet with Anne Plamondon, commissioned by Fall for Dance North (FFDN), prior to their respective premieres in Chicago and Toronto. Portner also screens her newest dance film, FEMME DEBOUT commissioned by Fondation Beyeler on the occasion of their exhibition Bacon-Giacometti. As part of the program, Portner, Plamondon and HSDC artistic director Glenn Edgerton will discuss their collaboration in a discussion moderated by FFDN artistic director Ilter Ibrahimof.

 

Bel Canto: Inside the Music

Renée Fleming, David Majzlin, Anthony Weintraub, and Elena Park

Sunday, September 16, 7:30 pm

For the new film Bel Canto, based on Ann Patchett's award-winning novel, Renée Fleming provides the soprano voice of Roxane Coss (Julianne Moore), the renowned diva who is swept up, along with wealthy Japanese industrialist Katsumi Hosokawa (Ken Watanabe), in a lengthy hostage crisis in a South American country. This dramatic love story, directed by Paul Weitz (who also cowrote the screenplay), unfolds with an arresting score that features original music by David Majzlin and classic opera arias. Fleming and Majzlin join Bel Canto's Anthony Weintraub (producer/co-screenwriter) and Elena Park (music producer) to talk about the creation of the movie and the musical choices. Performers (to be announced) stage several excerpts from Bel Canto, which debuts in theaters September 14.

 

The Metropolitan Opera: Marnie

Peter Gelb, Nico Muhly, and Michael Mayer

Monday, October 1, 7:30 pm

Prior to the Metropolitan Opera's premiere of composer Nico Muhly's Marnie-a gripping reimagining of Winston Graham's novel, set in the 1950s, about a beautiful, mysterious young woman who assumes multiple identities-Met General Manager Peter Gelb leads a panel discussion with Muhly and director Michael Mayer. Members of the cast perform highlights from the opera.

 

Pacific Northwest Ballet

Jerome Robbins Centennial Celebration: Male Solos with Peter Boal

Tuesday and Wednesday, October 2 and 3, 7:30 pm

Peter Boal, Artistic Director of Pacific Northwest Ballet (PNB) and former Principal Dancer of New York City Ballet, is joined by dancers from PNB to illustrate and perform male solos by acclaimed choreographer Jerome Robbins on the occasion of Robbins's centennial this year. Boal reconstructs a "lost" solo created for him by Robbins, among other works danced by members of PNB.

 

American Ballet Theatre: Jessica Lang

Sunday and Monday, October 7 and 8, 7:30 pm

Since 1940 American Ballet Theatre (ABT) has been a home for emerging choreographers and artists. This season, as part of the ABT Women's Movement initiative, choreographer Jessica Lang teams up with artist Sarah Crowner, who will design the scenery and costumes for Lang's third work for the company. Join Lang, moderator John Meehan, and dancers from ABT for an intimate evening prior to the ballet's premiere.

 

New York Theatre Workshop: Hurricane Diane

Madeleine George

Monday, October 15, 7:30 pm

Pulitzer Prize finalist Madeleine George and cast members Becca Blackwell, Nikiya Mathis, Danielle Skraastad, and Kate Wetherhead present highlights from George's new work Hurricane Diane, coproduced with WP Theater and directed by Leigh Silverman. The production features Diane, a permaculture gardener dripping with butch charm and supernatural abilities owing to her true identity-the Greek god Dionysus. Diane returns to the modern world to restore the Earth to its natural state, taking to her suburban New Jersey cul-de-sac, and leading a bacchanalian catharsis with her neighboring suburban housewives. 

 

St. Ann's Warehouse and Eva Price

Bard SummerScape Production: Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma!

Monday, October 22, 7:30 pm

Director Daniel Fish and choreographer John Heginbotham discuss their fresh and daring reimagining of Oklahoma! Prior to the production's New York City premiere at St. Ann's Warehouse, 75 years after the classic musical's Broadway debut, cast members perform highlights, and the duo talk about making the iconic musical in today's America.

 

WORKS & PROCESS DANCE COMMISSION PREVIEW

Caleb Teicher & Co with Conrad Tao: More Forever

Sunday, October 28, 7:30pm

Caleb Teicher & Company have teamed up with Lincoln Center Emerging Artist Conrad Tao to create their first evening-length work, More Forever, to premiere in January 2019 at Works & Process. On a stage filled with a thin layer of sand, dancers explore American dance traditions such as vernacular jazz, tap, and Lindy Hop, set to Tao's new contemporary score for piano and electronics. 

 

MUSIC COMMISSION

Charles Wuorinen at 80 with Goeyvaerts String Trio

Monday, October 29, 7:30 pm

Celebrate acclaimed Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Charles Wuorinen's 80th year with the premiere of his Second String Trio-a Works & Process commission-and hisseminal String Trio from 1968, both performed by Belgium-based Goeyvaerts String Trio.

 

WORKS & PROCESS GALA

Wednesday, October 31

For one night only, see a revival performance of a Rotunda Project hailed by the New York Times as a "revelatory dance experience" in the article "The Best Dance of 2017." 

 

For more information and tickets, visit worksandprocessgala.org or email ccronson@worksandprocess.org

 

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater at 60

Monday, November 5, 7:30 pm

In honor of the Alivin Ailey American Dance Theater's 60th anniversary, Artistic Director Robert Battle, Artistic Director Emerita Judith Jamison, and choreographer Rennie Harris join in a conversation moderated by journalist Susan Fales-Hill that spotlights what truly makes Ailey so special. Leading up to their season at New York City Center, company dancers perform highlights from signature classics and commissioned works that push dance into new territory.

 

English National Ballet: Akram Khan's Giselle

Sunday, November 11, 7:30 pm

British Bangladeshi choreographer Akram Khan, known for his masterful works that interweave an infectious fusion of contemporary dance and Indian kathak, created a 21st-century Giselle,reimagining this epitomical classical ballet to illustrate the woes of migrant workers and powerful factory owners. The groundbreaking work recently returned for an applauded second run at Sadler's Wells in London, and English National Ballet will bring it to Chicago's Harris Theater for Music and Dance in 2019 for its American premiere. At theonly preview in New York of this critically acclaimed ballet, Khan's first work featuring dancers on pointe,New York Times dance writer Marina Harssmoderates a discussion with Khan,Tamara Rojo, Artistic Director and Lead Principal Dancer of English National Ballet, Patricia Barretto, President and CEO of Harris Theater, and company dancers. Three company dancers and Rojo perform highlights.

 

Peter & the Wolf with Isaac Mizrahi

Saturdays, December 1 and 8, 1, 2:30 and 4 pm

Sundays, December 2 and 9, 2:30 and 4 pm

Friday, December 7, 6:30 pm (Works & Process Young Friends Event)

Isaac Mizrahi narrates and directs Sergei Prokofiev's charming children's classic, Ensemble Signal performs the music, andthe cast, wearing costumes by Mizrahi, performs choreography by John Heginbotham, bringing the 30-minute story to life for the young and young at heart. 

 

For children 5 and up. Enter via the ramp at 88th St and 5th Ave.

 

PREMIUM FRONT ROW TICKETING: $100, $95 Friends of Works & Process and Guggenheim members.

 

Holiday Concert

Sunday and Monday, December 16 and 17, 7 pm

Celebrate the season with the joyous sounds of holiday music and a new Works & Process commission by composer Sarah Kirkland Snider, inspired by the Guggenheim's exhibition Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future. George Steel conducts the Vox Vocal Ensemble in what has become a beloved annual traditionin the museum's iconic Frank Lloyd Wright-designed rotunda.

 

FLOOR SEATING: $45, $40 Friends of Works & Process and Guggenheim members.

RAMP STANDING: $25, $20 Friends of Works & Process and Guggenheim members.

 

Location:       Peter B. Lewis Theater (unless otherwise noted)

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

1071 Fifth Avenue at 89th Street

Subway: 4, 5, 6, or Q train to 86th Street

Bus: M1, M2, M3, or M4 bus on Madison or Fifth Avenue

 

Tickets: $45, $40 members (unless otherwise noted)

$10 student rush tickets one hour before performance, based on availability

(for students under 25 with valid ID)

Priority ticket access and preferred seat selection starts August 7, 2018, for $500+ Friends of Works & Process and Guggenheim members at the Associate level and above. 

General ticketing starts August 14, 2018.

 

For more information, call 212 758 0024 or 212 423 3587, Mon-Fri, 1-5 pm, or visit worksandprocess.org.

 

guggenheim.org/social

#WorksandProcess

 

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For more information, press tickets, and photos, or to arrange interviews, contact:

Duke Dang, General Manager

Works & Process at the Guggenheim

212 758 0024

ddang@worksandprocess.org

 

Michelle Tabnick, Publicist

Works & Process at the Guggenheim

646 765 4773

michelle@michelletabnickpr.com

 

May Yeung, Publicist

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

212 423 3840

pressoffice@guggenheim.org