A young refugee journeys through the U.S. encountering a wide variety of people.
Separated from his mother, a young refugee called Anon journeys through the United States, encountering a wide variety of people -- some kind, some dangerous and cruel -- as he searches for his family. From a sinister one-eyed butcher to beguiling barflies to a sweatshop, Anon must navigate through a chaotic, ever-changing landscape in this entrancing adaptation of Homer's Odyssey.
Part of the Global Exchange Program. Intended to create new, collaborative theatre with directors based in NYC and international partners.
On a ship, a grandfather and his grandson lie caught in the same time loop that plagues marginalized people everywhere, from refugee camps to major cities. Their endless return is a brutal, cruel, yet often hilarious version of today's present Global condition.
Written by Stefan Ivanov and
Directed by John Michael DiResta
Themes of Power, Privilege and Societal Systems.
Continuing our exploration of the Black Lives Movement.
Intersections is a story that tracks three families as they negotiate the day to day trials and tribulations of life in a complex society. Through a cultural lens we examine the systems established in our country centuries ago, and how the intersectionality contributes to bias. Intersectionality refers to: ”the social, economic and political ways in which identity-based systems of oppression and privilege connect, overlap and influence one another”
Violeta (Fragmentos) is an unpublished multidisciplinary proposal and a trip to discover textures, characters and emotions developed by the artist, where young Chilean and American dancers will be part of the cast. An assembly designed to enjoy the contemporary dance and to know the visuality of Violeta Parra.