(previews start on Wednesday; opens on March 26) The Irish company Pan Pan may ruffle some feathers with a performance inspired by Chekhov’s signature seabird.
(previews start on Thursday; opens on Feb.
“Originators” is part installation, part lecture, and part choreography that draws from Ms.
(performances start on Jan.
This Transport Group production at Abrons Arts Center presents a familiar musical with an unusual cast.
In Lionel Popkin’s “Ruth Doesn’t Live Here Anymore,” the titular Ruth refers to Ruth St.
(previews start on Tuesday; opens on Nov.
This boisterous Irish dance-theater troupe returns to New York as part of Travelogues, a series assembled by Laurie Uprichard, who brings the best of what she’s seen in her c…
(previews start on Oct.
With ever more sophisticated technology at their fingertips, composers of electronic music are producing a dizzying array of works that often draw on video and performance art, too…
The Playhouse at Abrons Arts Center, a wing of the 122-year-old Henry Street Settlement, turns 100 this year, and it holds a rich history of artistic experimentation.
In 2008, Kimberly Bartosik introduced the first and second chapters of her “Ecsteriority” project, a meditation on decay.
The line between normal and outrageous is thinner than you think.
(previews start on Tuesday; opens on May 3) Sibyl Kempson, a playwright of indelible and unforced weirdness, launches a new theater company, the 7 Daughters of Eve Thtr.
(previews start on March 19; opens on March 22) The writer and performer David Greenspan can make Aristotle accessible and Gertrude Stein interesting.
(previews start on Jan.
This riotous camp classic is based on the actual Christmas Eve live radio broadcast from Joan Crawford’s Brentwood mansion in 1949.
In the final installment of Abrons’s series of avant-garde Eastern European artists who like to take their clothes off, RadioBallett — the Hungarian duo Bea Egyed…
Engaging and frustrating, imaginative and jumbled, original and derivative, this piece by the experimental company Sister Sylvester uses both professional housekeepers and professi…
Mark Dendy, a Broadway choreographer who also creates and performs original work, structures this autobiographical piece around the myth of Theseus.
The clouds of mystery never part in this multi-layered, multi-form examination of the real-life suicide pact of four women in a small Irish town.
“Queer” has gained mainstream momentum as an umbrella to capture the ever-shifting terrain of gender identity and sexuality.
For those not familiar with this Shakespearian classic, it opens with a shipwreck which leaves a brother and sister stranded on the coast of an island called Illyria.
Beauty is beautiful. She journeys to a heart of darkness. And she comes back. By any means necessary, Jack Crow re-invents stories and makes them live. This is a show for everyone.
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