This week and next, March (14-17 and 21-24) the Massachusetts-based No Theater return to New York City to perform Richard Maxwell’s Caveman at The Performing Garage ~ 33 Wooster Street Tickets » You may have seen some of No Theater’s prior work. Most recently they
THE PERFORMING GARAGE PRESENTS AN OPEN STUDIO SHOWING OF Jim Findlay DREAM OF THE RED CHAMBER A PERFORMANCE FOR A SLEEPING AUDIENCE Take a deeply ambient journey through Cao Xueqin’s 18th century Chinese novel Dream of the Red Chamber — an epic love story between a stone
An interview with Iver Findlay about “fractured bones/ let’s get lost,” a new work from Findlay//Sandsmark in collaboration with Eric Dyer of Radiohole and video game modder Victor E. Morales
Cuqui Jerez’ “The Rehearsal” is a mind-bendingly good time.
am running out the door. saw the new richard maxwell show people without history last night, i think rachel is going to see it and will write about it at greater length. i liked it a lot. it is surprising in its emotional delicacy and
check it. this is gonna be a good one: The New York City Players presents PEOPLE WITHOUT HISTORY, a new play written by Richard Maxwell and directed by Brian Mendes at The Performing Garage 33 Wooster Street, NYC. March 19 – April 5. With Alex
PEOPLE WITHOUT HISTORY a new play by Richard Maxwell We are glad to announce the opening of “People Without History”. Our new production premieres on Thursday, March 19th, 8 pm at The Performing Garage, New York City. Director: Brian Mendes Writer: Richard Maxwell Cast: Alex