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LEVIAH  | Open: 10/23/18 Close: 10/24/18
Theaterlab presents the US premiere of Leviah, Reut Shemesh's visual memoir about vulnerability, power, and powerlessness.

“My very tight uniform has become a symbol; a symbol of lost dreams and sexual confusion.”

Choreographer Reut Shemesh shares a collection of memories from her service in the Israeli military and brings into awareness a phenomenon that has not often been spoken about: the emotional difficulties and despair that female soldiers experience in junior positions. Many of them suffer from a loss of control, eating disorders, and endure sexual harassment. The work tests the borders between vulnerability and control, the transition from human to mechanic and the collision between present and past. LEVIAH brings into light the effect of political processes on the individual’s psyche.

Winner: Cologne Tanz- und Theaterpreis 2017.

Winner: audience prize Festival 638 KiloTanz Essen.

»Leviah« is big, dark, brave, personal, but not private. Reut Shemesh allows dance to handle the art of dealing with vulnerability without portraying the victim as small and powerless”
– M. Suchy TanzMagazine August 2016

Music: Simon Bauer 
Scenography: Ronni Shendar 
Costume: Dario Mendez Acost
Dramaturgy: Daniel Rademacher
Managemen:t Sabina Stücker 
Camera & Photography: Ronni Shendar
Photography: Sasa Huzjak

BOYS OF A CERTAIN AGE  | Open: 02/08/17 Close: 02/25/17
Willow Theatricals will present Dan Fingerman’s Boys of a Certain Age, directed by Dan Dinero, February 8-25 at Theatrelab (357 West 36th Street, 3rd Floor) with performances on Wednesday, February 8 & 22 at 7:30pm, Thursdays at 7:30pm, Fridays at 8pm, Saturdays at 2pm & 8pm, and Sundays at 3pm. Tickets ($25) may be purchased in advance at or by calling 866-811-4111. The performance will run approximately 100 minutes, with no intermission.

Ira and Larry were Hebrew school classmates who took different paths in life. Ira came out and moved to the city; Larry got married, had a family and came out later in life. Now, following the 2016 election, they're spending one memorable weekend together with Larry's son Bryan, Ira's nephew Christopher and a whole lot of gay history.

The cast will feature Brian Gilgor* (Mark in the international tour of RENT), Joseph J. Menino* (Edward R. Murrow in Murrow with Phoenix Theatre Ensemble) Marc Sinoway (Hunting Season on, and R. Scott Williams* (1st National Tour of Adventures of Tom Sawyer). The creative team wil include Set Design by Joe Burkard and Lighting Design by Scott Nelson. *Actor appears courtesy of the Actors Equity Association

Boys of a Certain Age originally premiered at the 2016 Fresh Fruit Festival.


“Challenging, intelligent, witty and full of surprises.” Boy Culture

“Manages to be both funny and heartwarming, which is no easy feat.” GayLetter

Works by Women Parity Party  | Open: 10/18/15 Close: 10/18/15
Join us at TheaterLab in Midtown Manhattan for an evening of
performances, networking, light food, beverages, a 50/50 raffle,
and a silent auction to raise awareness and funding toward our goal of
reaching gender equality in the theatre by the year 2020.
Monday, February 17, 2014, 6-8 PM

Presidents Day: Celebrating LPTW Presidents and Founders!
The Ultimate Give and Get!!!!

President Billie Allen 1984-1988
President Lynda Sturner 1988-1992
President Shari Upbin 1992-1999
President Isobel Robins 1999-2003
President Harriet Slaughter 1999-2003, 2005-2007
President Joan Firestone 2005-2007
President Lynne Rogers 2007-2009
President Rachel Reiner 2009-2011
President Kristin Marting 2011-2013
President Lorca Peress 2011-2014
President Maxine Kern 2013-2015

Moderators: Richarda Abrams and Romy Nordlinger

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Event Held Monday, February 17, 2014, 6-8 PM at:

357 West 36th Street, 3rd Floor
(Between 8th Avenue and 9th Avenue)
New York, NY 10018

Non-Members: $15
For more Information: 1-800-838-3006

Brought to you by your LPTW Networking Committee:
Richarda Abrams and Romy Nordlinger, Co-Chairs
Ivy Austin, Jill Du Boff, Victoria Hale,
Dorothy Leeds, Frances McGarry, Wendy Peace,
June Rachelson-Ospa, Cynthia Robinson, and Rachel Sussman

And C&S International Insurance Brokers, Inc.


BEL!EF - A FullStop Fundraiser  | Open: 01/25/14 Close: 01/25/14
Join FullStop Collective as we raise funds for The Belief Project!

Saturday, January 25th - Doors at 8 PM
357 W 36th St, New York, NY 10018 (btwn 8th & 9th Ave)

Featuring Live Music By
Elizabeth Seldin
Alexis Thomason
Chris Norwood
Lord Lorax
Emily Rupp

Booze - Jello Shots - Baked Goods - Raffle Prizes

Tickets are $10 in advance - $15 at the door
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The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov at Theaterlab  | Open: 01/16/14 Close: 01/19/14
Theatreplots presents the 110th anniversary edition of Anton Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard directed by Stebos.

How can beauty thrive without sensible business practices?
Is beauty even possible without exploitation?
What price are you ready to pay for a piece of that beauty?

Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard premiered exactly 110 years ago at the Moscow Arts Theatre and its core theme is still a burning topic for any arts organization immersed in today's society.
Come see an ensemble of thirteen actors boldly embody the forces at play in this touching and funny story of redemption through awareness, friendship, tears and laughter that speaks to all ages.

James Allerdyce, Morgan Billings Smith, Melody Gray, Larry Gutman, Morgan Hooper, Claire Jamison, Nichole Jorgensen, Lorenzo Landini, Samuel Muniz, Emily Nash, Clinton Powell, Gregory Wilson, Fred Winkler

Design: Sara Baldocchi
Movement: Michael Raine
Lighting design: Haejin Han

16-18 January 2014 @ 7:30 pm
19 January 2014 @ 2:00 pm and 7:30 pm
Theaterlab 357 West 36th Street 3rd floor New York 212.929.2545

$18 / $15 students

Duration: 2 hours 20 minutes including a 15 minutes intermission

Theatreplots is a theatre ensemble dedicated to the staging and reinterpretation of engaging classic plays that are relevant for contemporary audiences. It fosters new translations of drama and embraces the cultural and ethnic diversity of New York City.

Stebos (director, producer) is resident director at The Flea Theater in New York City. In April 2013 he was a resident artist of collaborate:create at Theaterlab. He is the founder and artistic director of Theatre Plots Productions and the European School of Dramatic Art.
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Children Of The Future Age  | Open: 03/28/12 Close: 04/01/12

MANHATTAN, NY- Calliope Theatre Company is proud to present the world premiere of Children of the Future Age, a new play with music. Set in an abandoned building, the play follows three runaways as they compete to usher the second coming of the poet William Blake through vision and songs.


Children of the Future Age is written and directed by Knud Adams; with original music by Nick Lerangis; set design by D. Schuyler Burks; lighting design by Nick Houfek; costume design by Mia Bienovich; assistant directed by Lydian Blossom; and produced by Kevin Holloway. Featuring Will Dagger, Molly McAdoo, and Raphael Sacks.

About the Company: Calliope Theatre Company

Established in 2011 by Kenyon College alumni, Calliope is a new company aspiring to bring a fresh face to an age-old tradition of storytelling. In one big circle of inspiration, ambition, and collaboration, they aim to create a place to play that is uniquely their own--one of truth, mystery, and epic exploration. Calliope Theatre Company is comprised of Kate Hamilton, Drew Lewis, Maria Krovatin, and Will Dagger.

Heart-wommmen-3  | Open: 02/22/12 Close: 02/25/12
Heart-wommmen-3 is Jacques Perdigues's multidisciplinary piece -- painting/video/theater. HW3 is a voyage into the core of words, emotions and the body. A voyage into the universe and time. An exploration of the heart from all sides, dimensions and scales, in order to re-establish the heart as an emotional and physical center, as an engine to all actions, as a pillar to all sentient life.

Based on FEMMME, by CHRISTIAN RULLIER, HW3 is the raw, poetic perspective of a man through the eyes of a woman, exposing the genesis, the mother, the culture, three childhood, the fusion, the feeling of being in love, while trapped by the enclavement of the body.

Jacques Perdigues is the recipient the premier Prix Christian Dior. His credits includes assisting Thierry Mugler and Galliano, designing sets and costumes for Victoria Chaplin, doing art direction for french cabaret star Jean Guidon and directing his own theater piece Femme 3 at the "Maison des Métallos" in Paris.

Text : Christian Rullier
Conception/direction : Jacques Perdigues
Distribution : Nanette Stanley, Julia Wilkins, Jacques Perdigues

Bloody Fire...unchaste Desire!  | Open: 01/14/12 Close: 01/14/12
Bloody Fire is a hybrid production using  scenes from Shakespearean inspired operas, intertwined with text from the plays themselves. Participants all have experience performing in operas and Shakespearean productions in the U.S. and Europe.  

Stage Director-Julie S. Halpern

Musical Director-Tamara Cashour

Pure War / The Madness Of The Day  | Open: 12/07/11 Close: 12/17/11
The Alchemical Theatre presents their enigmatic examination of the coupling of metabolic speed and technological speed, and its inevitable consequences on consciousness, human appearance and the perception of one's "place" in the world.

The texts are drawn from urban theorist Paul Virilio’s book Pure War, which questions the accelerating developments of technology; and French author/critical theorist Maurice Blanchot’s short story "The Madness of the Day" which introduces us to the character we consider the protagonist par excellence for our time: The Disappeared One. The piece is devised through a reciprocal reading of Blanchot's text through the lens of Virilio and vice versa.

Individually the actors become Blanchot’s protagonist and together conspire to create a series of exhibits, confessions and briefings as a simulation of the relationship between technology and the human body.  The actors employ techniques of "jazz acting" and biomechanics in a series of micro-narratives and vignettes.

Pure War / The Madness of the Day is set in a “box full of speeds” and images, and functions in the context of a public hearing. The actors place themselves under public scrutiny in order to engage the audience in a para-theatrical experience about the terms of appearance between actor, character and audience, pointing to the societal value of theatre as a technology of human recognition and interaction.

We live in a society where the substance of self is negated. The Age of Reason is transforming; and technology has become a contemporary prosthesis on consciousness. We are nearing that point of exhaustion in both the Enlightenment and ourselves where each of us disappears. The question “Who am I?” becomes increasingly eclipsed by the question "How do I appear?"

"...and if seeing was madness, I madly wanted that madness!"  – Maurice Blanchot

"The speed of light, the light of speed. We have gone from the aesthetics of appearance, stable forms, to the aesthetics of disappearance, unstable forms. ...Too much speed is like too much light. It's blinding. It's blinding. It's blinding."  – Paul Virilio

Acedia  | Open: 10/26/11 Close: 11/05/11
Acedia - describes a state of listlessness or torpor, of not caring or not being concerned with one's position or condition in the world. It can lead to a state of being unable to perform one's duties in life.  Acedia was originally noted as a problem among monks and other ascetics who maintained a solitary life.

Acedia is set in an alternate present where personal and public humiliation has become so ubiquitous that governments worldwide have criminalized any act of malicious humiliation. Society is more afraid of public embarrassment than personal harm.

Six characters have been charged with criminal humiliation and they must spend the night deciding if at the end of their incarceration - they will decide to stand up to the responsibility of their actions or escape through anonymity.

Acedia is the result of a collaborative instigation to explore and devise a play about Group Apathy within our current generation.

Please come to one of eight work in progress showings of Acedia at TheaterLab on 14th Street in Manhattan; a new devised play created by Jillian Lynn Johnson, written and performed by Keiko Green, Will Neuman, Carolyn Rossett, Katherine Stults, and Nora Jane Williams. Lights by Kirstin Kapustik, Music by Gene Baker.

Chain  | Open: 06/09/11 Close: 06/12/11

CHAIN tells the tale of a sixteen-year-old crack addict, Rosa Jackson, whose parents take matters into their own hands. Their solution: to keep their daughter chained inside their home for seven days.  In this desperate attempt to keep their daughter away from drugs and the violence of their Harlem community, Rosa teeters between discovering her self worth, the admiration for her boyfriend, Jesus, who introduced her to the drug, and the reality of her addiction.

This one-woman show not only explores “urban” violence and the impact of drugs on the African American community but the affects of peer pressure and how far parents will go to protect their children. 

Opus D'amour  | Open: 12/16/10 Close: 12/19/10
Did you ever think about how music masterpieces emerge?

Are they created under the influence of the events of life, or on the contrary, do composers aspire to relinquish everyday life?

The answers to these questions may be found in the correspondence of the great Russian composer Alexander Scriabin with his lover Tatiana and in his music. Without these stories of love, the music may not have been born…

Presented with Muses - an Art exhibition from Chelsea-based artist Patrick Collins

with Haleigh A Spasojevich (Tatiana), Ty Hewitt (Alexander) and Anna Forsythe (piano).
Directed by Nadia Foskolou

Presented as part of the Open Frames Series at Theaterlab, which is supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs

"they Do Not Know Me Says The Lord" Jeremiah 9:3"  | Open: 12/09/10 Close: 12/12/10
My people bend their tongues like bows to shoot out lies. They refuse to stand up for the truth. They only go from bad to worse: They do not know me, says the Lord Jeremiah 9:3
This project explores the identity struggles of Black Women and Men in America. This show explores the things that define a Black woman in America by looking through the lens of her relationships to Black men and to other Black women. Challenging stereotypes, "They do not know me says the Lord Jeremiah 9:3", brings new light to the positive things that Black Americans represent and also discusses the impact that they have on the world. Fast paced and engaging, this show is a multimedia piece composed of filmed and staged scenes, projections, monologues, songs, and movement pieces.

Starring Joshua Boone, Crystal Boyd, Karisma Jay, Denise Wesch, Jazmyn Richardson, Camille St. James & Ronald Peet

Presented as part of Theaterlab's Open Frame Series, which is supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs

Speaking To The Dead  | Open: 12/02/10 Close: 12/05/10
Award-winning playwright Sharon Fogarty brings the dead to life in this new comedy featuring a young woman who refuses to date the living.  Fogarty's works include Bride of Frankenstein ~ an experiment in intimacy, The Overdevelopment of Scott and Portrait of the Artist as a Dumb Blonde.  Book, music, and lyrics by Sharon Fogarty featuring Kaira Kuebler and Jeff Wills. "Fogarty has mixed humor and terror with a deft hand." -- BACK STAGE. Presented as part of Theaterlab's Open Frame Series, which is supported by the New York City of Department of Cultural Affairs.

Featuring Tony DiSante, Kaira Klueber, Sarah Ecton-Luttrell*, Matthew Porter*, Danny Stix, Renee Torriere, Karen Christie-Ward, T.D. White, Jeff Wills* & David Zhonzinsky*

Theaterlab 5th Anniversary Fundraiser  | Open: 10/24/10 Close: 10/24/10

THEATERLAB will celebrate its fifth anniversary with a fundraiser, hosted by noted comedian Reno on Sunday, October 24, 2010 from 6:00 pm until 9:00 pm at its downtown Manhattan complex. 

Drink – Food – Music – Entertainment – Very Cool Silent Auction!

Theaterlab is an artistic laboratory dedicated to research into the nature of live performance and providing affordable space to the artistic community at large for the development of new works.

Since 2005, Theaterlab has presented daring new pieces, primarily in the fields of theatre, music and performance art, such as:

•Three Sisters Come and Go, a stunning theatrical production drawing from the texts of Anton Chekhov, Samuel Beckett and Julia Kristeva. Critics hailed it as a “breathtaking experience” and a “mesmerizing feast for the eyes and the mind.”

•EXCAVATION, a two-year action painting cycle featuring the painter Naoki Iwakawa and composer Carlo Altomare.

•MMiX Festival of Interactive Music Technology, featuring cutting edge digital music performances by Todd Reynolds, Luke DuBois, Bora Yoon and more. Curated by Patrick Grant and Jocelyn Gonzalez.

•Appearance – A Suspense in Being, a theatre piece that explores new directions in the art of acting.

In addition to its in-house productions, Theaterlab hosts visiting local artists as well as residencies for international performers and teachers. Some of our most recent resident artists include:

•Carolina Morais Fonseca (Portugal), Gypsy and Flamenco Duende, who will present her latest piece, A Poet in New York, based on Federico Garcia Lorca’s text, November 17 – 20.  She is currently teaching dance classes three times a week.

•Celebrated Dutch movement theatre artist Linda Olthof.  She completed her third residency in August, presenting a new dance-theatre work, Dreampalace: Let The Right One In, and conducting a very successful workshop.

•Jef Johnson, renowned principal clown of Slava’s Snowshow.

•And this year's Obie Award winning Secret City, which concluded its third year of monthly events at Theaterlab. 

The 5th Anniversary Fundraiser will feature live performances by Carolina Morais Fonseca (Gypsy & Flamenco Duende from Portugal) and Theaterlab co-founder Carlo Altomare as well as a silent auction of artwork, theater tickets, amazing spa packages, handbags and more.

Three Sisters Come And Go  | Open: 09/29/10 Close: 10/10/10
A tragicomedy drawing on the texts of Anton Chekhov, Samuel Beckett & Julia Kristeva

"Nothing is funnier than unhappiness, I grant you that."
– Nell, Endgame

THREE SISTERS COME AND GO follows the lives of the three archetypal women of Chekhov's plays read through the lens of Beckett's comic take on the existential dilemma, and Julia Kristeva's insight regarding the transformation of despair and loss into joy and acceptance. Bound to living together, each of the sisters is comically obsessed with being the most unhappy of the group.

Dramaturgy: Orietta Crispino and Marco Casazza
Directed by Orietta Crispino
Assistant Director - Marco Casazza
Costumes and Curtains: Sara Baldocchi-Byrne

Performed by Liza Cassidy, Claire Helene & Jackie Lowe

Advance tickets: $15 at or (212) 352-3101. At door: $20

Theaterlab (137 West 14th St., between 6th & 7th Ave.; Subway: 1/2/3 or F or A/C/E to 14th St. or L to 6th Ave.)

September 29 – October 10, 2010 at Theaterlab
Wednesday - Saturday at 8pm
Sunday at 3pm
Additional performance Sunday, October 3rd at 7pm.
There is no performance on Friday, October 1st.


Feminea -- White Frame  | Open: 07/08/10 Close: 07/10/10
Theaterlab presents the U.S. premiere of Rome-based theatrical group Teatro Deluxe.

Conceived for these New York dates, FEMINEA – WHITE FRAME is a performative project, a multimedia study that relates a live performance with pre-existing video (produced by Teatro Deluxe in 2009) named FEMINEA – FIRST ANIMATION. The inspiration for this work comes from the first phase of the FEMINEA project (the video itself and photographic series that gave origin to it) and the discussions it stimulated, even beyond the authorial intentions.  FEMINEA – WHITE FRAME offers a study of the relationship among different media (video-photo-body) and an invitation to ponder the identity of the contemporary body.

The first frame, then, is white. It’s tabula rasa like the mind of a newborn, a new life that has nothing but instinct, which is essential to the body to overcome its limitations. The beginning of life is characterized by unconscious gesture; this project transports the audience to that part of their own lives that they don’t remember, characterized as collective non-memory, although the body of each of us retains memory, more or less. FEMINEA – WHITE FRAME queries the body of a newborn, trying to re-locate the sense and the route to reach the self-consciousness. It is, therefore, a search as well as an attempt to analyze the way in which the living being becomes conscious of existing.

FEMINEA – WHITE FRAME was conceived by Claudio Oliva and Vera Michela Suprani and features Vera Michela Suprani and musician Alessandro Oliva under the direction of Claudio Oliva.

Three Sisters Come And Go  | Open: 05/12/10 Close: 05/27/10
THREE SISTERS COME AND GO is a stunning new piece directed by Orietta Crispino (Piccolo Teatro, Milan). It is inspired by French philosopher Julia Kristeva, who argues that we live under a crisis of disappearance and representation which compels us toward silence, paralysis, and ultimately a melancholia of longing.  She speaks in favor of "jouicance" (joy) to be discovered through a new vision of being – perhaps through the paradox of the actor’s art.

Set between the apparently opposite poles of Chekhov and Beckett, the piece follows the lives of the three archetypical Chekhovian women and their desire to reconstitute their lives beyond their sense of profound loss.  They inhabit a space in which "character" is the very thing that they cannot escape. Yet, in the still geometry of Beckett's Come and Go the narrative escapes the stage, opening a door to ambiguity, inviting both actor and audience to examine a trajectory of refreshed desire.

The piece was devised through a collective process among director Orietta Crispino (who conceived the piece), Italian dramaturg Marco Casazza, and the three actresses:Liza Cassidy (Patricia Wilson’s Zia Dance Company), Claire Helene, and Jackie Lowe (Broadway: The Tap Dance Kid, Ain’t Misbehavin, Eubie, The First, and Wind in the Willows). All of the text is drawn from Beckett's Come and Go, and the voices of the women from Chekhov's major plays. 

THREE SISTERS COME AND GO is made possible in part with public funds from the Manhattan Community Fund, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and administered by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.  Come and Go is presented through special arrangement with Georges Borchardt, Inc. on behalf of the Estate of Samuel Beckett.




Brilliant Traces  | Open: 12/09/09 Close: 12/20/09
A door swings open on a darkened cabin in the Alaskan wilderness. Seeking refuge from a blizzard, a lost and bewildered young bride storms in, throwing herself on the mercy of the cabin's owner. After days of sleep the bride awakes, trapped with her unwitting host in the harshest and most isolated of places. They savagely attack and tenderly console each other, exploring the circumstances which led them both there. By turns vicious, ecstatic and heartfelt, Brilliant Traces follows the journey of two lonely and fractured people desperate to connect despite the strangest of settings and all that has come before.

"Even if Ms. Johnson had few other talents - and she seems to have many - one couldn't dispute her ability to grab an audience's immediate attention." -- Frank Rich, The New York Times

Cast: John Golaszewski and Erin Mallon
Stage Manager: Jasmin Sanchez
Lighting Designer: Christina Watanabe
Set Designer: Rachel Kenner
Technical Consultant: Phil Foleen
Fight Choreographer: Ian Roettger

APPEARANCE - A Suspense in Being  | Open: 05/06/08 Close: 05/17/08
At its heart, "Appearance - A Suspense in Being" is a performance piece about acting. In that respect it is unusual, since so much experimental theater is now devoted to movement theater and multimedia. Altomare and Crispino have devised a performance structure which focuses primarily on the actor's work, as revealed to the audience in a series of solo "exhibits" and group improvs. There is a stiff dose of Meyerhold in it, since Carlo Altomare is one of the few experts in Meyerhold's Biomechanics worldwide. Its centerpiece text is taken from the poetry of Octavio Paz, expressing the issue of the experience of being, the self, and the other. Other verbal and nonverbal texts are drawn from the actors' unconscious and their reporting in real time about their experiences and intentions.

What is it, about the art of acting, that touches us so deeply? It is, after all, an inherent deceit, in which the actor convinces us that they are someone else. What is the discourse between who we are and what we do? Why is that distance so compelling and moving within the self?

"It is new, but building on the work of Meyerhold, Artaud, The Living Theater, The Open Theater and Grotowski. It takes their work to the next plateau. I was mesmerized by the four performers. They were exposed yet in command, vulnerable yet empowered by the techniques that Carlo Altomare and Orietta Crispino have evolved at the Theaterlab, their home on 14th St. " – Larry Loonin

"The magnificent actresses of the ensemble shine in something that I can only call a mixture of Alexander Moissi and Jim Carey. Sentences cut in half, caricaturing our post-modern need, always more and more of what we want in this insatiable society. " – Gerald Thomas

APPEARANCE - A Suspense in Being  | Open: 11/29/07 Close: 12/09/07
"Between stillness and motion the great beat of being." -Octavio Paz

We set out to make a piece about the theatre itself, A poetic drama about the enigma of living human presence – to get to the soul of live acting, the presence of the actor. We want to show you what we found beneath the character, the narrative, and the technologies of representation Through an unfolding sequence of solo exhibits and ensemble scenes, four actresses approach acting in the way that jazz musicians approach music. The mostly non-verbal forms are dynamic and rhythmical, composed of micro-narrative fragments drawn from the actors immediate experience.

Appearance was created through a five month workshop process. It began with technique training in Meyerhold's Biomechanics and extended into a kind of "jazz acting". Its about velocity and perception and the enigma of human experience in a techno-spectacular culture, a world in which real-time human presence struggles to appear.

We invite you to join us in our beautiful white-box performance space to witness this one hour jewel of a piece.

Appearance includes music by Carlo Altomare and Joerg Burger and the film: "Loretta" by Jeanne Liotta

Limited seating Reservations recommended. Tickets $15 -- Students $10