Now and Then is a reading series featuring performance texts (and texts about performance) from the past in conversation with current writings. Curated and hosted by Sarah Maxfield, each event includes two writer/ readers sharing a recent work as well as an older piece.
Artists are continually inviting the influence of unexpected preoccupations into their practice. This two-session workshop beckons those with a curiosity, passion, and even obsession for tarot.
Learn more about The Symptoms at this special discussion and screening with Reka Szabo, the company's artistic director.
10/09/14 - 10/26/14
OBIE and Bessie Award-winning choreographer Mark Dendy brings his signature wit, intense physicality, and searing social commentary to the Abrons in the premiere of Labyrinth, an autobiographically-inspired retelling of the Theseus myth. Dendy’s tragicomic dance-play explores a world of inner demons and redemption, by way of a midlife crisis.
Breaking down the wall between artist and viewer, Banayan will deliver the idea of food as gift and harmony via performance and celebration of her Persian heritage as it operates today.
Pioneering New York-based theater artist Aaron Landsman invites us to re-imagine urban life outside of commerce in a theatricalized panel discussion.
Purge addresses where online friendship stops and real friendship begins (and if this is a distinction that is possible or important). (Part of the Forest Fringe Festival, 2014.)
A playful, durational event bringing together artists from the UK and NYC to share things that have particularly inspired them. (Part of the Forest Fringe Festival, 2014.)