SHOWS: Show Listing

Current HERE shows

  • Send for the Million Men

    December 3 — December 13

    The “crime of the century” of the 1920’s jolts to life in modern day New York City in Joseph Silovsky’s micro-history multimedia tale, Send for the Million Men.

  • Work by John Mosher

    Principles of Invisibility

    October 30 — December 13

    Principles of Invisibility is a two-person show that places art at the junctures between subjective experience and objective reality, between the metaphysical and the physical, and between fact and fiction.

  • Set Pieces

    December 18 — February 28

    The video works by Erin Colleen Johnson and Jessica Hankey presented in Set Pieces explore the unstable relationship between location, image, and perception.

  • The Scarlet Ibis

    January 8 — January 17

    Inspired by the 1960 short story by James Hurst, The Scarlet Ibis is a new American opera that explores the pain and wonder of childhood. The piece fuses singers, puppets, and nimble, multimedia stagecraft to evoke a primal, dreamlike landscape where two brothers struggle over the meaning of normal.

  • Toxic Psalms

    January 8 — January 11

    World renowned for its unconventional choral storytelling with opera, drama, and movement, Carmina Slovenica brings Toxic Psalms, with gripping music performed by 34 young women that mirrors the unspeakable violences and victimizations across our world today.

  • Kansas City Choir Boy

    January 8 — January 17

    Kansas City Choir Boy is a theatricalized concept album about explosive young love tested by cruel fate. Epic and romantic, it is a love-story for the music-video age.

  • Aging Magician

    January 11 — January 13

    A new music-theatre work, Aging Magician is a composite of sonic and visual elements that paints an allegory on time, youth, and the peculiar magic of ordinary life, and, perhaps, the ordinary of a peculiar life.

  • Timur and the Dime Museum

    January 11

    The 2013 PROTOTYPE smash hit dark glam opera band Timur and the Dime Museum returns for a one-night-only presentation at Joe’s Pub. Playing songs from their Requiem for the planet, Collapse (in a preview for the NYC premiere coming up in fall 2015), originals and fan-favorite cover tunes, this will be a night not to be missed.

  • Winter’s Child

    January 13

    Set in a Southern gothic landscape, Winter’s Child is a world of rough earth, quiet prayer, and a mother’s fight to change her youngest daughter’s fate.

  • Sunken Cathedral

    January 14 — January 17

    A musical and archetypal journey through the subconscious, Sunken Cathedral is a multimedia performance by Korean-American composer, sonic surrealist and TED fellow Bora Yoon, fusing voice, electronics, and instruments from various cultures and centuries with evocative video design.

  • HERE Membership

    October 10 — December 31

    Why not pledge your allegiance to your favorite OFF-OFF place to see art and save some cash while you’re at it? Our OFF-OFFten Club is an opportunity for you culture-lovers to get your fix!

  • HERE Membership!

    September 20 — November 30 | tickets $60

    Why not pledge your allegiance to your favorite OFF-OFF place to see art and save some cash while you’re at it? Our OFF-OFFten Club is an opportunity for you culture-lovers to get your fix!

SubletSeries shows

  • You Got Older

    October 29 —
    November 22

    Page 73 presents a brutally funny and tender world premiere about illness, cowboys, and how we cope when our lives fall apart, written by Clare Barron, directed by Obie award-winner Anne Kauffman.

  • Bohemian Lights

    November 7 —
    November 23

    Through a groundbreaking integration of film with live theatre, Bohemian Lights unravels a dark, whirlwind satire of political Spain and her starving artists.

  • A provincial girl loses the grandfather who raised and sheltered her. For the first time in her life, she is completely alone….. until, she falls under the spell of a luminous, mysterious stranger.

  • Kentucky Cantata

    January 22 —
    February 8

    In an innovative performance, actors and musicians share the stage to tell the story of a young actress who leaves her rural Kentucky home for New York, where she is raped in a parking lot.