Kristin Marting & Robert Lyons
In this hybrid response to Dostoevsky’s The Idiot, immersive staging and live cinematography launch you into the mind of a conflicted man in a tug-of-war between desire and compassion.
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Check out this write up of HERE, "a not-just-performance space that fosters new and experimental artists of all kinds," in Washington Square News, Highlighter.
Click to see photos of IDIOT by Robert Lyons and Kristin Marting, which is currently playing through May 21.
Photo credit Carl Skutsch
Check out photos of Science Fair by Hai-Ting Chinn, which ran from April 13-24, 2016.
Photos © Kate Milford
Click to see photos from 2016 PROTOTYPE Festival, which ran from Jan 6-17, 2016.
Gorey centers on the enigmatic and endearing artist at different stages of his life and spans 50 years from young adulthood to shortly before his death.
An ancient magical process of transformation is thriving today at HERE. Celebrate with us.
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SONAE AREBA UREI NASHI: “If you are prepared, you will have no worries”
In Case of Emergency explores disaster-preparedness and our helpless human actions to endure, revealing our struggle and desperate hope to survive each moment, together.
Co-produced with Beth Morrison Projects, PROTOTYPE is the premier global festival of daring opera-theatre and music-theatre in New York City. Having just closed its fourth season this January, PROTOTYPE brought 39 packed houses of 7 productions to over 7,500 audience members at 6 venues all over New York City. David Allen of The New York Times stated, “This vibrant festival becomes more central to the future of opera with every passing year." Click here to subscribe to the PROTOTYPE mailing list and be among the first to hear what's coming in 2017!
Big news friends! The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and HowlRound just announced that grants totaling $5,588,000 have been awarded to support residencies for playwrights at 18 theaters across the US through the National Playwright Residency Program (NPRP), and HERE has been honored with one of these prestigious grants to engage TAYLOR MAC as a Resident Playwright.