Performance space is transformed into a black & white world of 1940-50’s film noir with cinematic underscoring, video projection and the gripping drama of the ultimate murder mystery!
“Ladies of the Dead” touts is an extravaganza of theater, visual art, comedy, music, and burlesque. The title of the show pays homage to the Mexican goddess Mictecacihuatl, a signature deity of the holiday Dia De Los Muertos.
Mercy Killers is a one-man play by Michael Milligan. Joe loves apple pie, Rush Limbaugh, the 4th of July and his wife, Jane. He is blue-collar, corn-fed, made in the USA and proud…
Michael Urie, known for his portrayal of Marc St. James on the TV series Ugly Betty, currently stars in “Buyers and Cellars,” at the Barrow Street Theatre, in a one-person production where he plays Barbra Streisand and several other characters.
Each filmmaking collective had eight weeks to create a compelling short form narrative based on time travel. The fact that all ten did so with such aplomb is a testament to their skills and the best of what our community offers.
Two isolated strangers must navigate through an obtuse landscape and its mysterious inhabitants to answer the question: Where did all of these severed feet come from? It is a comedy.
Performed entirely in the dark, Shaun Prendergast’s haunting play tells the entirely true story of sideshow freak Julia Pastrana, often billed as “The Ugliest Woman in the World.”
This past winter sculptor Robert Hickman and co-founder of Bindlestiff Family Cirkus Keith Nelson made history when they unicycled across the Florida Keys as part of Sculpture Key West—over 130 miles and 55 bridges.
Grace Exhibition Space is one of the few performance art galleries in New York City, ridding itself of a stage and focusing on the immersion of artist and audience …. providing several hours of performance by both local and international artists.
A screeching violin can warn us that our favorite actress is in danger; a tapping drum can mimic the hoof beats of a trotting horse, and a sliding horn can tell us when to laugh when Buster Keaton braves death again. On Sunday, May 13, the Nitehawk cinema carried on a musical tradition, screening the F. W. Murnau’s 1927 film “Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans,” and featured Morricone Youth live, accompanying film.