Timeline 2015












When a group of LaGuardia students embark on a journey of exploration, examining the subject of fear by telling their own stories in their own words, what might happen? Come see this world premiere of what happens when someone looks in the mirror and asks, "What Are You Afraid Of?"
Directed by Garrett Neergaard



















Directed By Handan Ozbilgin
Written by acclaimed Greek playwright M. Efstathiadi.



  Privatopia sheds light on the increasing fear of "otherness" rampant in modern societies. In the tradition of absurdism, Efstathiadi paints a brutal portrait of a gated community in a desperate effort to hold on to their privileges against the "outsiders".


 *First reading took place at BTS  in September 2015







 Special Event (Little Theater)


 IN∙CITE? by Unguarded.


An interdisciplinary performance dedicated to empower the voice of refugees.

 Combo Night (IN-CITE? / Privatopia) Friday Nov 13, 2015 | 7:00PM


Saturday Nov 14, 2015 | 7:00PM

 Friday Nov 13 @4-6pm


Hands on work
An open discussion










An interdisciplinary performance dedicated to empower the voice of refugees.


Combo Night (IN-CITE? / Privatopia) Friday Nov 13, 2015 | 7:00PM

Saturday Nov 14, 2015 | 7:00PM



November 13 Hands-On-Work 

an open discussion 

4-6pm Little Theater.

Free of charge









Combinado Argentino de Danza




This Buenos Aires-based dance company created in 2011 has performed extensively throughout Argentina and internationally in Spain, Brazil and South Africa, where their artistic residency culminated with presentations on the streets of Johannesburg and Soweto. Under the direction of Andrea Servera, the collective’s philosophy is simple: “train, create and spread dance actions” for all spaces and formats, including the non-conventional.” Music by DJ Villa Diamante.
This project is partially funded by a grant from the Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation’s Southern Exposure: Performing Arts of Latin America program.
Combinado Argentino De Danza Workshop
A high energy mix of hip hop with traditional Argentinian Folk Dance
Thursday  Oct 22 (all levels) at 6-7:30pm
Friday Oct 23 (Advanced) 6-7:30pm
Both Classes will be held in LaGuardia Commnuity College
Room C-401
Got questions? Just give us a call (718) 482- 5151








God Lives in Glass






October 15-17
Based on Dr. Landy’s book, “How We See God, and Why it Matters” and inspired by drawings and stories about “God” from children, young spiritual thinkers from every culture, religion, race and nationality all over the planet, God Lives in Glass shows us a reflection of ourselves as it holds up the “glass” as mirror and considers the ancient contemplative meditation, “Who am I?” while also providing a window through which we can view the world with wonder humor and imagination, as seen “through the eyes of a child.”








Beyond Sacred






In this New York Times Critics’ pick created on the LPAC stages, Beyond Sacred is an interview-based theater production by Ping Chong + Company that features the diverse experiences of the Muslim communities within New York City.
















Little Flower



See Mayor Fiorello La Guardia's final days as Mayor of New York City
Tony Lo Bianco has starred in the Academy Award-winning film The French Connection. He is a Tony-nominated and winner of the Outer Critics Circle Award in A View from the Bridge on Broadway. Obie Award for Yanks-3, Detroit-0, Top of the 7th and NYAA Award for his portrayal of Fiorello La Guardia in Hizzoner! In film, he has starred in The Juror, Blood Brothers, City Heat, Nixon, The Seven Ups, Honeymoon Killers and Kill the Irishman; totaling 102 films. Has directed one feature and 5 television shows.
This special free performance for the LaGuardia family is made possible with support from Robert B. Catell, Peter DiCapua and the LaGuardia Community College Foundation.








Beyond Sacred

























A multimedia dance theater company that utilizes dance, spoken word and projection to create various live experiences.
Shook Ones is a multimedia dance theater company that utilizes dance, spoken word and projection to create live experiences that are visually stimulating, emotionally impactful and socially relevant. Based in NYC, Shook Ones was founded in 2012 by choreographer, Cindy Salgado, and writer/director, Alejandro Rodriguez, both Juilliard alum, who met in South Florida as volunteers for the non-profit, Artists Striving to End Poverty (ASTEP). In January 2014, they were joined by another ASTEP alum, multimedia artist, Yazmany Arboleda, for their debut show at the LaGuardia Performing Arts Center, Rare and Dangerous and Necessary. Their first full-length original work, Sorry, is currently in development at LPAC, with additional support provided by the Center for Innovation in the Arts at The Juilliard School.
Shook One's Company residency at LPAC/LaGuardia Community College is part of the CUNY Dance Initiative, supported by the New York Community Trust, with additional funding from the Mertz Gilmore Foundation. www.cuny.edu/danceinitiative
This project is made possible in part by the Queens Council on the Arts with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.
Produced in part by the incredible generosity of Rutina Wesley, Edward Leung, and Gabriel Dube-Dupuis.