Jonathan Cottle and Adam Salberg, in association with Less Than Rent Theater
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HARP is designed to support collaboration across disparate art forms by nurturing hybrid artists in the development of dynamic live performances, providing significant long-term artistic, financial, and administrative support, tailored to each artist's individual needs.Please note: This year's artist selection is focused specifically on dance and puppetry-led works—meaning these genres are primary drivers of the proposed project. Music or theatrical works which integrate these genres will also be considered, but only if one or more of the lead artists have a history of working in these specific genres.
We are currently accepting submissions for HARP. The deadline is February 3, 2017 at 12 noon.
CLICK HERE for the application.
OFF-OFFten Club members spend $60 and receive:
4 Tickets of your choice this season*
4 glasses of wine (one per ticket, just show your stub at the HERE lounge)
A free CULTUREcard, granting you access to ALL CULTUREMART Works in Progress Performances
A Personal Curatorial Survey to help you pick just what to see this season
Click here and join the OFF-OFFten Club. Instructions for the member handshake and your secret decoder pen will arrive in the mail.
*Tickets are flexible; can be used all at once, in pairs, or one at a time, and are subject to availability.
Due to high demand, OFF-OFFten Club tickets are not valid for PROTOTYPE shows. HERE's 2016-17 Season runs Sept 1-Aug 31.
Click to see photos of HERE's 2016-17 season
A new operetta - seen through the lens of the seven deadly sins - about a gambler’s obsession with perfection and the women who shaped his life.
Chiflón, El Silencio del Carbón reflects a creative process of two years, during which the marionettes were also hand constructed. By not using text or dialogue the company connects with a broad public, with no cultural, social or age limit.
UNWRITTEN STORIES is an exhibition by three artists (Chinese-Ecuadorian, Japanese and French) brought together by their exploration of narrative.
How do we define consent? Why are these definitions blurred in our culture and in our laws? BLURRED LINES examines the normalization of rape culture and draws attention to how girls navigate in a world where 1 In 5 college women are raped.
Co-produced with Beth Morrison Projects, PROTOTYPE is the premier global festival of daring opera-theatre and music-theatre in New York City. Now blazing into its fifth season, PROTOTYPE returns January 5-15, 2017. Tickets will go on sale to VIP Members on September 6 and to the general public September 19, 2016. Click here to subscribe to the PROTOTYPE mailing list and be among the first to hear about it.
Photo by Dominic M. Mercier