Whether performing a new work by The National’s Bryce Dessner or a classic by Steve Reich, Sō Percussion’s “exhilarating blend of precision and anarchy, rigor and bedlam” (The New Yorker) is always a great show.
As part of their current season dedicated to Carolee Schneemann, The Artist's Institute presents a concert of rarely performed works by composer James Tenney (1934-2006), Schneemann's romantic and creative partner during the first decade of her career.
INformances are student-centered group performances and exhibitions that showcase artistic progress and provide a space for creative reflection. All INformances are free and open to the public.
03/27/15 - 03/28/15
This project is part of Wey’s ongoing research regarding the following: asian american, asian, american, aesthetic, white, neutrality, internalized phobias, yoke, shoulders, masculinity, portrayal, girdle, bidgood, narcissus, athletic model guild, stasis, genet ...
Whoop Dee Doo, an artist-led project that works with youth and community members, has been working with teens from the Urban Youth Theater Ensemble at Abrons Arts Center to create a unique, immersive and interactive installation and live performance.
03/19/15 - 04/04/15
Five-time OBIE Award-winning actor/playwright David Greenspan presents I'm Looking for Helen Twelvetrees, the story of a young man’s pursuit of Helen Twelvetrees -- a real-life star of the early talkies -- during her run as Blanche DuBois at a summer stock theater in 1951.
03/14/15 - 03/15/15
CATCH - "everybody's favorite" hydra-headed, multi-disciplinary performance series - takes over Abrons for two nights / two theaters of a rough-and-ready homage to the Mother Road.
02/27/15 - 02/28/15
The International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) presents five free concerts of new contemporary music throughout the year.