SHOWS: Show Listing

Current HERE shows

  • Symphonie Fantastique

    June 1 — September 2 | tickets Starts at $35

    A one-of-a-kind under-water marvel combining the magic of puppetry with the powerful suggestions of music, dance and abstract art.

  • Cabaret Fantastique

    July 15 — August 19 | tickets $15

    Christopher O’Riley plays reimaginings of Radiohead and more! Accompanied by the company of Symphonie Fantastique.

  • if you have two legs, borrow another pair and run

    July 19 — September 2 | tickets FREE

    If you have two legs, borrow another pair and run investigates notions of and reactions to singledom and a contemporary life “uncoupled.”


    September 13 — September 29 | tickets $15-45

    SOUNDSTAGE is an audio and visual performance poem created by artist Rob Roth. Using the language of cinema, the piece reflects and refracts a ‘meditation on the muse’ and her remedy for loneliness.

  • Chimpanzee

    March 14 — March 24 | tickets $25

    An aging, isolated chimpanzee pieces together the fragments of her childhood in a human family. Bleak reality bleeds to vivid memory in this non-verbal puppet play. Inspired by true events.

SubletSeries shows

  • The Pattern at Pendarvis

    July 13 —
    August 5

    The Pattern at Pendarvis by Dean Gray, adapted and fictionalized from interviews conducted by Will Fellows as part of the research for his book A Passion to Preserve: Gay Men as Keepers of Culture.

  • Galahad and the Dragons

    August 7 —
    August 8

    A small American town experiences an existential crisis in the wake of a fantastical event.

  • Se Levanta

    August 10 —
    August 12

    As the US turns a blind eye to the pervasive severity of Puerto Rico’s hurricane recovery, a family of visual artists and musicians bands together to illuminate stories of Puerto Rico’s evolving resiliency and irrepressible beauty.

  • VOID

    August 16 —
    August 18

    Void is an exploration of the female body: how it occupies space and how it has been existing throughout history.

  • Thrill / Is She Okay?

    August 21 —
    August 22

    Feminism, mental health, fate, and destiny. In this political and social climate, these topics are particularly important to create art in response to. Mook Dance Company presents two recent works, is she okay? and Thrill, works exploring questions surrounding fate, destiny, and whether or not we have agency over our emotional, psychological, and spiritual selves.

  • Period Sisters

    August 24 —
    August 26

    What do women owe other women? This question confronts the sorority sisters of Theta Beta in Ali Viterbi’s furious, funny, and fiercely feminist new play, Period Sisters (a 2018 O’Neill Finalist).

  • a sex thing

    August 31 —
    September 2

    Pop your preconceived notions of gender roles and queer identity. a sex thing (or a bunch of liberals getting uptight about the sociopolitical implications of their desires) tickles and titillates your already “woke” self with a hearty laugh and a frank look at how our fetishes are tied to our true feelings.


    October 5 —
    October 20

    A new play adaptation of the forgotten 1954 Frank Sinatra film about a botched presidential assassination in California.

  • Medicine the Musical

    November 3 —
    November 18

    This dynamic rock musical follows a group of first year medical students as they grapple with their lives, loves, and the rigors of their education. Join the class!
    “Look to your left. Look to your right. One of you won’t be here to graduate”