What has grown, died, and transformed in my community? How do we share wisdom and grief?
Artistic Instigator & Playwright Liliana Padilla, in conversation with some of their dearest friends, creating something with doodles, poetry, questions and space that we can hold in our hands to mark and ask where we are.
Playwright Aleshea Harris and director & former NYTW 2050 Fellow Shayok Misha Chowdhury's haunting illustrated audio play chronicles the winding road toward success.
Born out of the COVID-19 pandemic, Kristina Wong's newest performance art piece unfolding during the pandemic details how she went from out-of-work artist to overlord of a homemade face mask empire in just ten days!
Created and written by Oye Group’s Modesto Flako Jimenez, TAXILANDIA immerses its audience in the flavors, sounds, sights and dynamic history of a neighborhood confronting social stigmas and the realities of gentrification.
Hilton Als is, and has been, an invaluable contributor to American cultural life for decades. Join this Pulitzer Prize-winning critic, artist, writer and curator as he lifts up and takes a different look at what he considers marginalized classics of the 20th Century. Until now.
With the air conditioner busted and temperatures in the triple digits, the only thing keeping Ebony Hemmings cool is counting down the days to the end of her eight year sentence at Lehigh Penitentiary.
A two-week festival from SAFE HARBORS NYC featuring theatre, music and native dance performances by visionary Indigenous artists from across the country
In these politically tumultuous times, Artistic Instigator, NYTW Usual Suspect & Pulitzer Prize-winning Playwright Doug Wright believes that comedians have become the most potent truth tellers in an era of misinformation, often exceeding news sources in bringing crucial stories to the country's attention and outpacing pundits and elected officials.
Featuring Andy Borowitz, Nancy Giles, Jenny Hagel, Aasif Mandvi & Paul Rudnick
Martha Redbone and Aaron Whitby’s vision is to create a song cycle that is set during the pandemic summers of 1920 and 2020 in New York City.
In THE COOKING PROJECT, travel with the DAC as they travel through time and space to explore their Diasporic journey—where they come from, and how they came to be.
</remnant> is an interactive digital reimagining of the company’s 2018 live theatrical production built from interviews conducted around the world concerning death, loss, and what is left behind.
Artist Celine Song attempts to reenact the classic text on 21st century videogame Sims 4 via Twitch. Join us for a durational installation art piece that explores the newly emerging popular form of live—and interactive—performance.
Hi and welcome to Pinching Pennies with Penny Marshall, an EXTREMELY limited series of financial advice Zoom webinars for OnlyFans content creators, InstaCart executives, and the cleaning staff of a clandestine TikTok Hype House McMansion.
An interactive examination of community, democracy and what made the Roman Republic fall